Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for “Little Free Libraries” such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards.
Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for “Little Free Libraries” such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for “Little Free Libraries” such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

‘Little Free Libraries’ legal in Leawood thanks to 9-year-old Spencer Collins

July 07, 2014 08:20 PM

UPDATED July 08, 2014 06:13 PM

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