April 8, 2021

Yes for Proposition S

On Tuesday, April 6, Raymore residents hit the ballot box for the general municipal election. In addition to several open seats, voters said “Yes” to Proposition S, but “No” to the local use sales tax and Metropolitan Community College question.

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Vaccination Clinic conducted at Ray-Pec High School

Emergency Management Director Ryan Murdock participated in the Missouri National Guard Vaccination Clinic at Ray- Pec High School.

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“Old Town Belton” gets final approval

BELTON, MO – The Belton City Council approved the proposed Chapter 353 Old Town Belton Redevelopment Plan at its March 30 meeting. The program’s intent is to stimulate revitalization within the 111-acre district using this funding mechanism that gives property owners real property tax abatement in exchange for significant improvements to their structures.

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National Vietnam War Veterans Day

The Ray-Pec Sunrise Optimist Club met March 30th at the Belton VFW in a joint meeting to recognize those who served in Vietnam. The occasion was National Vietnam War Veterans Day. March 29th is the official day to commemorate the service and sacrifices made by the nearly 3 million service members who served in Vietnam. President Barack Obama signed a presidential proclamation in 2012 designating the annual observance of Vietnam War Veterans. Those Vietnam Veterans in attendance were recognized as from Grandview, Raymore and Belton. All enjoyed a pot-luck dinner and several gifts raffled to all who attended. Ray-Pec club member Janet Jones organized this very successful evening. One of the purposes of Optimism is to promote patriotism and respect for those who have served our country.

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Cass County high school teams in full swing for 2021 Spring

As the weather continues to turn towards spring time, the Cass County high schools teams continue to swing into full participation in the 2021 spring season.

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