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April 17 The Kansas City Star Kansas City overpaid the Port Authority by more than $135,000 for Richards-Gebaur redevelopment expenses and should be paid back, a city auditor's report said Wednesday. More News The Port Authority had asked for and
The former Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base has added a manufacturing company tenant that will move across the state line from Olathe.Duraseal Pipe Coatings Co., a supplier of products for the oil and gas industry, will relocate 35 employees to
Kansas City Mayor Mark Funkhouser said today that federal authorities have launched an inquiry into contracts involving the general counsel of Kansas City's Port Authority, William Session and construction work at the old Richards-Gebaur airbase.
The Kansas City Star Almost three years ago, a company owned by a prominent Kansas City attorney agreed to move lots of dirt. Not legal dirt, but the real stuff: Tons of clay and soil at the old Richards-Gebaur airbase, on hundreds of acres once
The Kansas City Port Authority is floating the idea of sailing away from the Economic Development Corp., its harbor since 1987. The organization, whose primary responsibility is to spur private investment along the downtown Kansas City riverfront and
Congressman Ike Skelton says the Navy plans to move a construction battalion to Whiteman Air Force Base near Knob Noster in western Missouri. The Naval Mobile Construction Battalion-15 currently is stationed at the former Richards-Gebaur Air