KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A major employer’s move across the state line from Lenexa, Kan., into Kansas City, Mo., became official on Tuesday. Governor Jay Nixon and Mayor Sly James welcomed shipping logistics company Freightquote to south Kansas City at a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning.
The Marine Corps is staying in Kansas City, preserving more than 400 high-paying civilian jobs for at least the next 30 years.
Kansas City beat out New Orleans for the long term offices of the Marine Corps information technology center. The Marines’ decision extends its commitment to Kansas City well beyond its current lease that expires in 2017.
Article from the Kansas City Star about the South Kansas City Alliance and it’s positive impact on united South Kansas City.
News and information about the South Kansas City Alliance and the projects and issues we are working with our community on!
SKCA Launch Party was a huge success! More than 100 people converged on Faulkner’s Ranch Friday, February 8th, to celebrate the launch of the South Kansas City Alliance. It was covered by many media outlets, and this is the segment that aired on Channel 41 News.