Working in warm weather

December 4, 2013 

Contract workers from Capital Electric took advantage of the 60-plus degree late-fall weather Dec. 3, using a 10-inch drill to locate and mark utilities at Second and Douglas streets. City of Lee’s Summit workers said new traffic signals are planned for this intersection and at Third and Jefferson streets in the near future. One westbound lane of Second Street was closed during the work and other lane closures will be necessary during the project, city workers said.

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Contract workers from Capital Electric took advantage of the 60-plus degree late-fall weather Dec. 3, using a 10-inch drill to locate and mark utilities at Second and Douglas streets. City of Lee’s Summit workers said new traffic signals are planned for this intersection and at Third and Jefferson streets in the near future. One westbound lane of Second Street was closed during the work and other lane closures will be necessary during the project, city workers said.

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