A new traffic light at Missouri 291 and N.E. Deerbrook Street was turned on Oct. 3 in Lee’s Summit.
A new traffic light at Missouri 291 and N.E. Deerbrook Street was turned on Oct. 3 in Lee’s Summit. Markl T. Johnson Provided
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