Kansas City, Mo. – November 4, 2019 – Rouse Frets White Goss attorney Bill Moore received the coveted Richard A. King award at the 2019 Missouri Economic Development Finance Association/MEDFA conference held October 3-4 at the Crossroads Hotel in Kansas City.
Bill was chosen due to his dedication to municipal and private developer clients in implementing economic development incentives. Richard A. King was a founding member of MEDFA. The annual award named in his honor is given to an individual or a project making a significant contribution to economic development in Missouri.
Bill is the second Rouse Frets attorney to receive the honor with Michael T. White receiving the award in 2010. The dual awards result in the law firm being the only firm with two winners of the prestigious honor.
The Missouri Economic Development Finance Association (MEDFA) was formed in 2000 to preserve, enhance, and promote the responsible use of economic development financing tools to develop and grow the state of Missouri. The association is governed by a board of directors of local and state officials and economic development professionals. Bill Moore served as a longtime member of the board of directors and was replaced by Rouse Frets attorney Brian Engel in 2015.
About the firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss deploys skilled and client-focused practice groups to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways. The firm’s Economic Development Incentives and Land Use groups have an extensive portfolio of work including the new $1.8 billion Kansas City International Airport, the $1.6 billion NASCAR track in Kansas City, Kansas, the $1 billion renovation at the Kansas City Sports Complex, thousands of apartments and multi-family units, and millions of square feet of office, retail and commercial development. For more information, visit www.rousepc.com.
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