Sky Zone Lee’s Summit completes major renovation, holiday hours added
Sky Zone Lee’s Summit announced recently that it completed a major renovation and added new attractions — including a warrior course, a warped wall, a sky ladder, a climbing wall, and jousting.
In addition, Sky Zone Lee’s Summit and Kansas City announced that both locations will have extended hours for children and teens this holiday season. Park hours are listed on the Sky Zone website.
Sky Zone Lee’s Summit is located at 2801 N.E. McBaine Drive, while Sky Zone Kansas City is located at 6495 Quivira Road in Shawnee, Kan.
Right lane closure at Raytown Road over I-470 to end Dec. 22
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced this week that it would have a right-lane closure along northbound and southbound Raytown Road over Interstate 470 in Lee’s Summit from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily starting on Dec. 18 until Dec. 22.
The lane closure is for signal-lighting repairs. All work is weather permitting.
LS Lion’s Club, VFW place wreaths on graves of veterans
Members of the Lee’s Summit Lion’s Club recently helped the VFW Post of Lee’s Summit place wreaths on the graves of veterans buried at the Longview Cemetery.
The cemetery is located at 12700 Raytown Road in Kansas City. The holiday wreaths were placed Dec. 16 on the graves.
Commission to interview 16 for Jackson County Circuit Court vacancy
The Sixteenth Circuit Court Judicial Commission will interview 16 applicants for its vacancy in Jackson County Circuit Court Division 26.
The opening was created when the Honorable Jalilah Otto was appointed to Division 15 in October.
Among the applicants who are set to be interviewed — Cory L. Atkins, Kenneth M. Campfield, Bryan O. Covinsky, P. Benjamin Cox, Jo Leigh Fischer, Kimberley R. (Cox) Fournier, Michael J. Hunt, Justin J. Kalwei, Marilyn B. Keller, Leslie Leigh Lawson, Elizabeth S. (Betsy) Lynch, Kyndra James Stockdale, Brady X. Twenter, Eric E. Vernon, Brian D. Webb, R. Travis Willingham — there are six women and no minority candidates.
The average age of the applicants is 46 years old, including nine who work in the private sector and seven in the public sector.
The Judicial Commission is required to announces the names of applicants who will be interviewed and provide demographic information under Missouri Supreme Court Rule 10.28(d).
The interviews, which the public may attend and observe, are set to begin at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 16, 2018, in the courtroom of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, 1300 Oak St. in Kansas City, Mo.
Immediately after the conclusion of interviews, the Judicial Commission will meet to determine three finalists to send to Gov. Eric Greitens, who will have 60 days to appoint one of the three nominees as Associate Circuit Judge in Division 26.