Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (Oct. 5 – Oct. 12)


Last week we brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about vacant properties, economic development policy, and Ebola preparedness.

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At city hall, Mayor Sly James has announced major changes related to tax breaks for developers and other economic development issues.

The city council got an update on the land bank, which is selling properties, but running in place as new ones from tax sales replace them.

Kansas City’s Digital Sandbox has helped establish 23 new companies in less than two years.

With concern about the Ebola outbreak in other parts of the world and the country, the Kansas City Health Department says it has ruled out any presence in Kansas City.

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