Lenexa, Kansas

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Lenexa (pronounced /lɨˈnɛksə/) is a city in the central part of Johnson County, located in northeast Kansas, in the central United States of America. The population was estimated to be 43,434 in the year 2005.[3] It is the fourth most populous city in the county. As a satellite city of Kansas City, Missouri, Lenexa is included in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. It is bordered by the cities of Shawnee to the north, Overland Park to the east, De Soto to the west and Olathe to the south. In July 2009, Lenexa was named the #26 best small town to live in the United States by Money magazine.[4]

Applebee's, Bats Exchange, Inc, and Westlake Hardware are headquartered in Lenexa.

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National Archives Facility

Lenexa is the home of a Records Center managed by the National Archives and Records Administration. The facility stores federal records from agencies in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska including Department of Veterans Affairs and the Internal Revenue Service.[5] The facility is also known informally as "The Caves" and is known to store items from the trauma room at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas where John F. Kennedy was pronounced dead following his assassination.[6]

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