- Pole 195297 – On 67th Ter across from Wal-Mart entrance
- Pole 195306 – On Lane at 66th (Flickers off and on)
- Pole 321912 – On Rose Lane near Laurel
- Pole 195329 – On Laurel near Rose Lane
Day 50 - Time to Get Serious About Cleaning up Raytown: The proliferation of large trucks using our city as a parking lot. It is especially noticeable along 350 Highway.
Day 50 – Stop the Mosquitoes: The breeding ground for mosquitoes still remains and the forest of high grass has returned. Day 50 – Green Space: The grass areas that were damaged by the chamber event still remain unrepaired. At a BOA meeting prior to the SummerFest event Alderman Charlotte Melson said the Chamber would repair damage to the grass.
Day 29 – Crescent Creek: Wires still dangle from the pole.
Day 22 – Former Religious Store: Allowed to decay. We have learned part of the issue is the children of the prior owners can not seem to come to an agreement on which one of them needs to make a decision to repair the property. It seems the only clear answer is for the city to act upon ordinance on the bookstore and address the problem.
Day 1 – The burned home at 8510 Stark, which has been the eyesore for the neighborhood for many years. Last year the city set aside funds to address structures like this one. So one has to wonder why it still remains and has not been demolished. Maybe this explains why those in our downtown business district are waiting on the former religious store to be addressed.
Local Meetings and Events: July 30th – Human Relations Commission is have a goal setting retreat 5:00 PM at city hall.