Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for Little Free Libraries such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards.
Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for Little Free Libraries such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards. Kansas City Star
Spencer Collins, 9, got a handshake and a book from Mayor Peggy Dunn on Monday night after the Leawood City Council unanimously approved a temporary exemption for Little Free Libraries such as his from an ordinance that prohibits structures in front yards. Kansas City Star

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