Monday’s Jackson County Legislature meeting was at John Knox Village in Lee’s Summit, part of the legislators’ schedule this year to have some meetings away from the courthouses in Independence and Kansas City.

It was also, in effect, Lee’s Summit Day, as legislators passed several courtesy resolutions congratulating high school robotics teams, a top student, one of the school’s wrestling teams, a former school board member and the city’s assistant parks administrator for various recent accomplishments.

Legislators scheduled half an hour to take any comments from the public on any issue. Only one resident spoke, a Lee’s Summit man concerned about the sinkhole that appeared last week near a lake dam, causing a voluntary evacuation of the area.

Although that’s a city, not county, issue, Public Works Director Jerry Page and Legislator Fred Arbanas answered what questions they could and directed the man to officials would could address others.