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March 15 North Kansas City City Council Recap

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Thanks to Rich Groves of the North Kansas City Business Council for this report. Agenda Topics Massage Establishments Following up on a previous week’s agenda topic that was postponed in order to get more information, Police Chief Steve Beamer offered revised City Code’s affecting massage establishments. This came after extensive …

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Four local governments recognized as Solar Ready Communities

Four local governments — the cities of Kearney, North Kansas City and Independence, Missouri, and Johnson County, Kansas — have been named Solar Ready Communities. The Mid-America Regional Council’s Solar Ready Community Recognition Program honors cities and counties that implement best practices to increase the use of solar energy and …

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May 2016 North Kansas City Hospital Calendar of Events

SIMPLE DIET CHANGES EQUAL BIG SUCCESS LUNCH AND LEARN Friday, May 20, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. North Kansas City YMCA, 1999 Iron Street in North Kansas City, MO, 64116 Your daily food choices impact your health today and down the road. Simple diet changes can boost your energy level and have …

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February 26 North Kansas City City Council Recap

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Thanks to Rich Groves of the North Kansas City Business Council for this update on the North Kansas City City Council. Special City Council “Work Session” beginning at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of this work session was to discuss suggestions from Community Development Director Sara Copeland for addressing possible future …

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Citizen Voices: Councilwoman Heather Hall: Standing up for the Northland

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  Councilwoman Heather Hall’s motto is “Standing Up for the Northland.”  She is halfway through her first year in office and the Councilwoman has proven when it comes to the city spending millions on downtown “luxuries” like the convention hotel and street car she lives up to that motto. This …

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North Kansas City City Council February 5 Recap

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Recap courtesy Rich Groves of the North Kansas City Business Council. To learn more about the Business Council please CLICK HERE. Special City Council “Work Session” beginning at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of this work session was to discuss whether the current contractor for residential trash pick-up should be offered …

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NKC Hospital Announces March and April Events

EXERCISE AND AGING: MEDICINE FOR EVERYONE LUNCH AND LEARN Friday, March 11, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. North Kansas City YMCA; 1999 Iron Street in North Kansas City, MO, 64116 Regular exercise is healthy for our hearts, but it can also help us grow older gracefully. Join Samantha Fawcett, MD …

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She Keeps a Roof Over Their Heads

Nicole Thomas may have one of the most challenging jobs in the Northland. As the housing specialist for Tri-County Mental Health Services, Thomas ensures that nearly 100 Northland residents with a mental illness have a home, no small feat considering that some estimates show up to one-third of those living …

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North Kansas City Hospital and North Kansas City YMCA Announce New Partnership to Promote Healthy Living

North Kansas City Hospital (NKCH) is partnering with the North Kansas City YMCA to serve as the facility’s onsite medical wellness partner. Expected to open this spring, “The NKCH Wellness Corner” is an open-concept gathering space designed to bring additional programs to YMCA members and Northland residents. Remodeling is currently …

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Shield Casework product manager, Lauren Lee, named to the “Women in Engineering” awards

Lauren Lee Shield Casework

North Kansas City, Mo. – Shield Casework’s product manager Lauren Lee was named the November Solidworks Women in Engineering honoree this week. Lee worked at Dimensional Innovations, the company that developed Shield Casework, for five years before becoming the head of the engineering department at Shield. Since moving over, she …

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