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Lee’s Summit schools to pay $6M for Paradise Park amusement park

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A small-scale amusement park that closed during the pandemic is an acquisition target for the Lee’s Summit school district to turn into an early education facility.

Paradise Park, a 15-acre attraction at 1021 N.E. Colburn Road, was founded 30 years ago but never reopened after the COVID-19 shutdowns. Now, the school district has approved a letter of intent to buy it for $6 million, according to the Kansas City Star. The sale is expected to close in August.

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