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TheNorthlandReport – January 5, 2017

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North Kansas City council approves $134 million plan for major development project

The North Kansas City Council approved financing for a multi-million dollar development Tuesday night. The development will sit on 210-Highway, east of Interstate-35.

To be called “One North” will include 2 hotels,  conference center, restaurants, a grocery store and apartments.

A Driv golf driving range would anchor North KC development PAYWALL

$35 million entertainment anchor, similar to TopGolf concept.

QuikTrip construction in Platte City still on hold despite final building plan submission

No representatives from QuikTrip showed up before or during a 30-minute Platte City Planning and Zoning Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 3. City officials received the final building plan and informed the company that the approval process would be put on the next available agenda.

Burglars ransack Northland home, leaving woman heartbroken after taking her mother’s ashes

A Northland break-in left one woman heartbroken. She realized when she discovered the crime that the burglars stole irreplaceable items, including her mother’s ashes. Valuable Chiefs memorabilia also taken.

Zaxby’s near Liberty opens to significant following PAYWALL

Opened January 2nd to long line

Northland Wedding Expo coming March 4 PAYWALL

A group of Northland business owners and leaders are planning on changing the wedding landscape this spring. For the first time since the old Metro North Mall served as a host site, the Northland will again have a wedding extravaganza – specifically titled “Northland Wedding Expo: Passport to Happily Ever After.”


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