Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Kansas City Tuesday News Clearinghouse

Hottie Bridgette B. inspires this afternoon collection of all the important Kansas City mainstream media links related to local news and real estate hotness. Take a look:

Kansas City Urban Core Storm Cleanup

Kansas City Museum works to restore power, clean up after storm

After weekend storms left nearly 140,000 Kansas City Power & Light customers without power, Northeast residents are still working to repair damages made to homes, cars and trees. The Kansas City Museum, 3218 Gladstone Blvd., was one of the many properties affected in the area.

Embarrassing Northland Debate

Tempers flare in Clay County commission feud

Exchanges like this one between Clay County Presiding Commissioner Jerry Nolte and Eastern Commissioner Luann Ridgeway back in February have become more common in the past year. At that meeting, Ridgeway became upset when Nolte questioned a change in the meeting schedule, accusing him of raising the issue for the sake of controversy.

JoCo School Election Lesson

Why This Year's Shawnee Mission School Board Primary Is So Unusual

You don't often see a school board election as contested as the one percolating in the Shawnee Mission School District (SMSD) but that's exactly what's happening this year. There is a primary election on Tuesday, August 1 for two of the three seats up this year.

Kansas City Football FAIL Coming Soon

Kansas City Chiefs projected to go 8-8 in 2017 by USA Today

As Kansas City Chiefs fans, we're all used to our team being overlooked time and time again. It's no different this offseason, as the latest to doubt the Chiefs comes in the form of Nate Davis of USA Today. Davis pegged the Chiefs to finish at 8-8 and miss the playoffs this season.

Summer Buying Season

June 2017 Real Estate Market Update - Prices are Still Rising - At Home in Kansas City

by Sarah Snodgrass · July 25th, 2017 · Filed Under Real Estate Business · No Comments Prices are still rising, properties are still scarce, and homes are selling at a faster pace than ever.

EXCEPTIONAL Midtown Drone Pix Chronicle Kansas City Building Boom

Brookside 51 Construction in Kansas City MO - Photoblog

Brookside 51 Construction in Kansas City MO; Whole Foods has been listed as primary tenant therefore it sounds like we will have an Amazon Grocery here.

The Big Local Workout

Kansas City group aims to set world record for largest coworking event

The organization binding Kansas City's coworking businesses hopes to set a world record for the largest single gathering of coworkers. Organized by the Kansas City Coworking Alliance, KC Coworking Day will gather hundreds of entrepreneurs, freelancers and others to set the coworking world record at Plexpod Westport Commons on Aug.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will everybody get a trophy!