Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads (holding scissors), Water Utilities Director Mark Schaufler (front row, left), city council members, members of Water Utility Advisory Board, and city staff helped cut the ribbon during the grand opening of the new Water Utilities Service Center on Dec. 15. The new building is located at 1200 S.E. Hamblen Road in Lee’s Summit.
Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads (holding scissors), Water Utilities Director Mark Schaufler (front row, left), city council members, members of Water Utility Advisory Board, and city staff helped cut the ribbon during the grand opening of the new Water Utilities Service Center on Dec. 15. The new building is located at 1200 S.E. Hamblen Road in Lee’s Summit. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com
Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads (holding scissors), Water Utilities Director Mark Schaufler (front row, left), city council members, members of Water Utility Advisory Board, and city staff helped cut the ribbon during the grand opening of the new Water Utilities Service Center on Dec. 15. The new building is located at 1200 S.E. Hamblen Road in Lee’s Summit. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com

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