DeKalb water system focus of study
DeKALB – By the end of this year, City of DeKalb leaders should know what repairs its water system needs and whether water rates need to change to pay for those repairs.
Tony's Kansas City
Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar Receipts
Yesterday TKC was the FIRST to report deets of campaign finance notices from all of the interesting races and now THE KC BIZ JOURNAL offers more detailed accounting of the toy train contest .
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Emails show KC's scramble to land RNC 2016
Emails between top officials pursuing the 2016 Republican National Convention on Kansas City's behalf show a scramble in the final weeks of the city's bid effort to address concerns over the venue and the issue that would ultimately become Kansas City's downfall: hotel space.
Chilean visit to Elgin last year sparked interest
Although it wasn't a boon of economic opportunities, a visit to Elgin by a delegation of Chileans a year ago set in motion wheels that keep turning.
Skanska constructs power plant in the Midwest, USA, for USD 78 M, about SEK 510 M
Skanska has signed an engineering, procurement and construction contract for a co-generation plant with an existing power client in the Midwest region of the United States.
First in Print: KC's Fast 50
When you think about companies likely to see rapid revenue growth, visions of youngish startups probably come to mind.
Columbia City Council responds to concerns about automated electric meter
Some Columbia residents are so adamant about their disdain for automated electric meters that the city has created an option for them to choose an old-fashioned analog meter instead.
Streetcar: An honest debate gets drowned out by annoying peripheral issues
Kansas City, Missouri, leaders must feel like they can't win for losing. When city leaders try to move a big-dollar idea along, they get accused of cramming pet projects down everyone's throat.