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The plan to put a green space and a parking garage with apartments advanced at Thursday night’s Unified Government Commission meeting.
The Unified Government Commission voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a STAR bond district for the American Royal project.
A digital services app run by Wyandotte County and Kansas City now allows users to access state government services.
But officials shouldn't stop there. A proposed grocery store in downtown Kansas City, Kan will address the nutritional needs of Wyandotte County residents. But local leaders should not abandon the other components of the healthy campus initiative proposed by the former mayor.
Still under construction, Amazon is looking to hire on over 1,000 new employees
An article recounting the unification by former mayor, Carol Marinovich
Marking 20 years of progress with the WyOneDotte celebration
"A new grant will help Kansas City, Kansas resurface and extend a walking trail to help people live healthy lives..."
Moody's Investors Service has assigned an A1 rating to the Unified Govt. of Wyandotte Co./Kansas City's (KS) $36.7 million General Obligation Improvement Bonds, Series 2018 A&B, and a MIG 1 rating to the Unified Government's (UG) $65 million Municipal Temporary Notes, Series 2018-I. We have also assigned an A1 rating to the $33.8 million of Series 2018 Revenue Bonds issued by the Public Building Commission of the Unified Government of Wyandotte Co./Kansas City, KS for which the Unified Government is the obligor. The MIG-1 on the Series 2017-I Municipal Temporary Notes was affirmed. We also maintain an A1 rating on the UG's outstanding long-term GOULT debt and an A1 rating on more essential lease revenue debt not subject to annual appropriation. The outlook remains stable.