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Kansas towns receive over $17 million for community projects
13 Feb 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Thirty-nine Kansas communities received over $17 million in Community Development Block Grants.
These grants will be used for critical infrastructure needs such as fire stations, senior centers, libraries, sidewalks and streets.
Kansas launches new transportation planFeb 13 2020
KANSAS — Kansas Governor Laura Kelly is hoping a new transportation plan will restore the health of state highways and improve quality of life. At a press conference, Governor Kelly and KDOT Secretary Julie Lorenz announced the proposal of a plan called Forward. Read full article.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) -- The Chamber of Lawrence and University of Kansas officials sat down with the Governor to get her input on their economic development plans. They said they're making strides to change the image of Kansas. University of Kansas chancellor Dr. Doug Girod said that isn't possible without...
Seaboard Energy Has Been Nominated for the wKREDA Emerging Business of the Year. They were nominated by Jan Leonard of Economic Development. It has just been announced that the 600 million dollar plant that went into bankruptcy has just been sold to Seaboard Energy, this is huge for the state...