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1. $2.5 Million Grant Benefits Northeast $2.5 Million Grant Benefits Northeast January 26, 2011 The construction of a new Northeast community center is closer to reality with the help of a $2.5 million Economic Development Initiative (EDI) grant. The proposed site at 9th and Van Brunt would also...

2. 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day January 1, 2007 Article describing efforts to develop the 18th & Vine area, including a discussion of retail and restaurant opportunities, as well as residential properties in the neighborhood.

3. 2005 Economic Forecast 2005 Economic Forecast January 1, 2005 This issue's "Industry Outlook" section deals with the 2005 economic forecast as a whole and for this area. A roundtable discussion on the topic was held at Ingram's new offices in the Freight House District...

4. A New Way to Think About Research Parks A New Way to Think About Research Parks December 23, 2008 Map and article about the proposed high-tech development in Blue Springs called the Missouri Innovation Park. In conjunction with the University of Missouri, the Blue Springs Economic Development Corp....

5. Archuleta leads by Example Archuleta leads by Example June 25, 2005 Profile of hotelier Russell Archuleta, also discusses economic development in Kansas City, Kansas. Archuleta is General Manager of the Great Wolf Lodge there.

6. B.E.U. Gearing up for Self-Sufficiency B.E.U. Gearing up for Self-Sufficiency September 23, 1977 News article about the Black Economic Union in Kansas City, a private corporation, but for ten years "supported predominantly by federal funds." The union was included in or affected by revitalization...

7. Biggest Projects & Business Deals of 2004 Biggest Projects & Business Deals of 2004 January 1, 2005 A recap of some of the major business deals and construction starts in the Kansas City metro area in 2004. Includes downtown as well as the suburbs.

8. Biography of Barbara Pendleton (1924-2004), Banker Biography of Barbara Pendleton (1924-2004), Banker 2009

9. Biography of Phillip Curls (1942-2007), Legislator and Political Activist Biography of Phillip Curls (1942-2007), Legislator and Political Activist 2009;

10. Black Economic Union of Greater Kansas City E.D.A. Area Map Black Economic Union of Greater Kansas City E.D.A. Area Map 1971 Street map of a portion of Kansas City, Missouri, primarily north of 39th Street and east of Oak Street, an area targeted for economic development by the Economic Development Administration and the Black...

11. Blue Springs...Creating a Blue Print For Success Blue Springs...Creating a Blue Print For Success September 2008 The community of Blue Springs, located in eastern Jackson County, is profiled in this issue. "Blue Springs is a community of approximately 55,000 residents located 20 minutes east of downtown Kansas City...

12. Boone County Slaves: Sales, Estate Divisions and Families, 1820-1865 Boone County Slaves: Sales, Estate Divisions and Families, 1820-1865 January//1978 Boone County, Missouri, borders the Missouri River and in the pre-Civil War era it was a very prosperous farming area. Slavery was an important factor in the economic development of the area and the majority...

13. Changed Environment Changed Environment June 24-30, 2011 The Environmental Protection Agency headquarters are currently based in Kansas City, Kansas, but plans for a move are underway. The EPA is considering a move into the former headquarters of Applebee's...

14. City Cuts Housing Agency from Beacon Hill Contract City Cuts Housing Agency from Beacon Hill Contract February 12, 2005 Kansas City has terminated a contract with the Housing and Economic Development Financial Corporation to develop Beacon Hill. The cancellation came after the accounting firm of Grant Thornton revealed...

15. City Plans Business Center City Plans Business Center June 21, 2007 A delegation of economic development officials and city leaders from Kansas City attended the Paris Air Show this week to showcase their new master plan for an 800-acre, multi-use development on Kansas...

16. Community Banks and Their Role in Civic Planning: Some Thoughts on Economic Development in Metropolitan Community Banks and Their Role in Civic Planning: Some Thoughts on Economic Development in Metropolitan Kansas City April/21/1998 Lecture concerning the influence of banks in urban planning, especially in suburban versus inner city economic development.

17. Community Development Corp. Receives Grant Community Development Corp. Receives Grant October 17, 2001 Article about a $100,000 grant from the Department of Economic Development to Old Northeast, Inc., designated "strictly for building projects throughout the Sheffield Neighborhood."

18. Company's Border War Move is a Short One Company's Border War Move is a Short One December 6, 2012 Article announces that SelectQuote Senior Insurance Services will be moving from their location at 8900 Ward Parkway in Kansas City to office space just across the state line in Leawood, Kansas. The tax...

19. Cover Story: Blonde Ambition Cover Story: Blonde Ambition November//1991 Photos and biographical article about Marsha Murphy, "Jackson County executive" and former "school teacher turned lawyer turned politician." Discussion of various issues of her administration, including...

20. Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City Culture Economy: The Midwest's New Art City January 2007 A panel discussion about the relationship between art and economic development in Kansas City. Panel included Paul Tyler, David Ford, Porter Arneill, David Dowell, and Brad Nicholson. Article includes...