Many of the more than 200 persons attending the October 8 third annual SKCA Economic Development Summit at Avila University had questions about the new Cerner Innovations campus being constructed at the former Bannister Mall site which is projected to eventually have about 16,000 employees. Employees are expected to begin moving into the campus in January, creating opportunities for nearby retail business and housing growth.
The over 200 persons attending the October 8 third annual SKCA Economic Development Summit at Avila University heard speakers talk about government programs that can assist businesses and both home buyers and home builders; the experiences of successful area businesses and housing developers; and the latest news about major development projects in south Kansas City.
Luncheon guests at the October 8 third annual SKCA Economic Development Summit at Avila University learned details about the Missouri Housing Development Commission’s programs to assist home buyers, to prevent homelessness and promote affordable housing for low income Missourians from Kip Stetzler, MHDC executive director.
Jackson County Executive Frank White explains the need for voters to renew the county’s quarter-cent COMBAT sales tax that provides funding to 50 agencies to reduce drug abuse and prevent violence to a standing room only crowd at the October 10 South Kansas City Alliance meeting. COMBAT also funds DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) for county middle schoolers and 5th graders. The 9-year COMBAT tax extension will be on the November ballot as Jackson County Question 1.
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