Waddell & Reed was just granted $62 million in state subsidies, but apparently that is not enough; now they want more. Kevin Hardy at The Kansas City Star reports: The company is seeking a major property tax abatement to move into a new office tower in downtown Kansas City, according to economic development documents posted online .
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Will Kansas City Refuse Ever Corporations?!?
Developer news tells us that Waddell & Reed Nears Decision on Downtown Office Tower meanwhile this tax fighter report reveals that, of course, they want broke-ass locals to help pay for their new digs . . . Read more: