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June 20, 2014 4:25 PM

Leawood should drop rules that prohibit lending libraries in front yards

Good luck to the city of Leawood as it attempts to extract itself from the tempest created when a family’s front-yard lending library was found to be in violation of the city code. While obviously the city doesn’t want people constructing carports or dog houses in their front yards, lending libraries are an asset. Complaining neighbors should wander over and borrow a book.

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