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KCPD Crisis Intervention Team Helping those with Mental Health Issues

Please see the link below on a great 10 minute story detailing the work being done by KCPD’s Crisis Intervention Team to assist the homeless and mentally ill in KC. The pro-active, cooperative effort of KCPD’s Crisis Intervention Team, area … Continue reading

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Public Works and KCPD partner to improve downtown parking access

As Kansas City’s downtown momentum continues to attract more residents, visitors and businesses, the Parking Services Division of the Public Works Department and the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department have partnered to support downtown businesses and residents through a parking … Continue reading

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ER of Brookside Grand Re-Opening on April 21st

Come see the newly expanded ER of Brookside and enjoy food, fun and prizes! Research Medical Center – Brookside Campus has also welcomes two new Orthopedic Surgeons:

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Waldo Neighbors in Need

The following information was taken from the Go-Fund-Me Campaign for Bob and Ardythe: Ardythe and Bob (Christiana and Chabala ) ARE HOME!! This couple {80 and 85 years young} have been married over 55 years!! Help us show them the … Continue reading

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KCPD Warning regarding Package Bombs in Texas

In light of the recent package bombings in Austin, the following bulletin was sent to us by KCPD and asked to share: As of yet, these incidents have been isolated to Austin, TX. NETF Awareness Bulletin Two Fatalities in Austin … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] General Meeting from March 10, 2018

Special Guest- Councilman Kevin McManus and Councilman Scott Taylor Update on PIAC sales tax renewal on the April Ballot Update on what’s being done on Wornall Road and around Waldo. Website for info – http://kcmo.gov/wornall Phone numbers are attached to … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] KCMO Weekly Video Update

Here is the Weekly Report by KCMO on various projects and announcements: The Weekly Report provides news and insight about Kansas City, Mo. programs and services provided by City departments. For more information, visit kcmo.gov/weeklyreport.

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General Meeting Coming up on March 10th, Saturday at 10am

Please join the Waldo Tower Neighborhood Association for our next General Meeting, happening on Saturday, March 10th, at 10am in the Waldo Public Library. We’ll be in Meeting Room A. We’ll welcome a representative from Spay & Neuter Kansas City to have … Continue reading

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Wornall Road Improvements Announcement from KCMO

The following information is located on the city’s website at kcmo.gov/wornall but they do not include information for the CURRENT construction, which is actually being done by Infrasource, the contracting company for Spire. THAT work is scheduled to end in … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] Town Hall with Missouri State Rep Greg Razer

My phone wasn’t acting very well for me this morning so the video is broken up into two parts (below):

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[VIDEO] Public Forum to Discuss Economic Incentives in Kansas City

The public meeting we held last week to discuss economic incentives for big developers in Kansas City was well-attended with a number of folks showing up to learn how their tax dollars are affected. We learned how each of our … Continue reading

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Video of Public Meeting to Discuss Water Main Replacement and Sewer Rehab in Waldo

Click the image to read the full .pdf that was provided at the meeting, including the contact info for the project managers. Should you have any questions or concerns it is recommended that you reach out to the project managers directly … Continue reading

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Waldo Neighborhood Unites with Advocacy Groups in an Effort to Educate Voters about Economic Incentives

Millions of Kansas City, Missouri tax dollars are given away to developers each year in the name of economic development but does this help or hurt tax payers? This is the question that one neighborhood group hopes to answer with … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] Really long but informative video from KCMO

This week we found a KCMO update that had a lot of little updates in one including an update on Go Bond projects, two announcements regarding the budget finance public feedback meetings, an announcement about the renewal of the PIAC … Continue reading

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Town Hall with Missouri State Representative Greg Razer

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Public Meeting to Discuss Sewer Main Replacement February 26th

Representatives from the City of Kansas City, Missouri, are hosting a meeting on Monday, February 26 at 6 p.m. at Keystone United Methodist Church to discuss sewer separation and water main replacement project. The City is working to construct important … Continue reading

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Public Forum to Discuss the Use of Economic Incentives for Development in Kansas City

Please join us for an open forum aimed at learning the pros and cons of using our tax dollars for big development in Kansas City and how it affects us both in the short-term and long-term. Tuesday, February 27, 2018 … Continue reading

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Please support local businesses affected by construction on Wornall Road.

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Robeson Re-Use Proposal Update [VIDEO]

The community center is still being planned exactly as it was originally. The new component is that they want to add apartments for folks that are 55+ and older who are aging out of their home. This helps them to … Continue reading

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Free Tax Assistance

Tax season is here and all low- and moderate-income families and most retired families can have their taxes completed by experts for free if their household income is $60,000 or less. You can complete your taxes yourself for free onlineif you make less than … Continue reading

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