Lee’s Summit Town Hall
One final look at Tuesday’s ballot

One final look at Tuesday’s ballot

May 29, 2020

If this spring's municipal election season were a baseball game, we'd now finally be heading into the bottom half of the 27th inning. Lee's Summit Town Hall hosts Nick Parker & Jason Norbury take one final look at the ballot issues, as well as Board of Education and City Council candidates.

The changing polling locations and a look at the LSR7 bond issue

The changing polling locations and a look at the LSR7 bond issue

May 27, 2020

A two-month delay combined with changes to many polling locations has Jason and Nick worried (more than usual) about voter turnout next week. And a conversation about the LSR7 bond issue.

Monday NewsLink: Phase 2 is coming & so is the local election

Monday NewsLink: Phase 2 is coming & so is the local election

May 25, 2020

Your weekly quick look into the news, events and happenings from around Lee’s Summit. On this Monday we’re looking at the next phase of reopening for Jackson County, the changing of polling locations for the upcoming election, some new courses through UCM and the City is asking for residents’ input.

Sculptures invade downtown; the school year is ending; & some of the candidates talk

Sculptures invade downtown; the school year is ending; & some of the candidates talk

May 20, 2020

Have you seen the new sculptures in downtown? Well, you should! And as we approach the June 2 municipal election, hosts Nick Parker and Jason Norbury continue to revisit City Council candidate interviews. Today, we hear from District 3 candidate Rocco Florio and District 4 candidate Donnie Funk. In case you find yourself wondering why District 3 and 4 incumbents Phyllis Edson and Fred DeMoro aren't interviewed you're not alone. The two would not respond to multiple requests for an interview or to participate in Link 2 Lee's Summit's candidate questionnaire. 

Monday NewsLink: The return of the Farmers market; a new trail and other news & notes for the week

Monday NewsLink: The return of the Farmers market; a new trail and other news & notes for the week

May 18, 2020

Your Monday NewsLink for the week of May 18, 2020... Downtown Lee's Summit Farmers Market; Summit Christian Academy; Municipal election; Lee's Summit R-7 Board of Education; Lee's Summit Parks & Recreation

Meet the candidates for City Council, District 2

Meet the candidates for City Council, District 2

May 15, 2020

On today's episode, hosts Nick Parker and Jason Norbury revisit conversations with Timothy Shrout, Andrew Felker and Steve Lee, candidates for Lee's Summit City Council, District 2. Candidate Roberta Gough did not respond to multiple invitations to participate in interviews with Link 2 Lee's Summit or the Lee's Summit Town Hall podcast.

The reopening begins and we revisit our District 1 City Council candidates

The reopening begins and we revisit our District 1 City Council candidates

May 13, 2020

Everyone may be talking about the start of Jackson County's reopening plan, but Nick and Jason want to remind you we're only a few weeks away from Election Day. The duo revisits conversations with Hillary Shields, Steve Lambert and Robert Dye, candidates for Lee's Summit City Council — District 1.

Monday NewsLink: Awards given to local teachers & students; Covid AB Testing; new City water bill system & more

Monday NewsLink: Awards given to local teachers & students; Covid AB Testing; new City water bill system & more

May 11, 2020

Lee's Summit and the rest of Jackson County begin Phase 1 of reopening this week. Today's episode of the Lee's Summit Town Hall podcast offers a few other tidbits of information from local schools, the business community and the City to get you started for the week. For more on the reopening procedures, check out the Friday, May 8 episode of the podcast.

A look at phase 1 of reopening

A look at phase 1 of reopening

May 8, 2020

Nick Parker and Jason Norbury take a look at the phase 1 reopening guidelines for Jackson County, Mo and ask listeners for some feedback on what the procedures mean for them.

A creative turn for the greater good

A creative turn for the greater good

May 6, 2020

Ronnie and Rachel Dyer, of Dyer Oil Graphics, met up with Nick Parker during the Together We Can craft brew even last week to talk about their company and a new side project, Quarantine Brewery & Taphouse, raising funds for hospitality workers and Lee’s Summit Social Services.

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