Overland Park, KS – May 11, 2023: Greg Musil, a shareholder with Rouse Frets White Goss, was honored by the Economic Development Council of Overland Park for his continued commitment to the improvement of the city.
The 2023 EDC Honors recognize businesses and leaders who have helped make Overland Park a nationally-ranked city in which to live and work. Musil is the recipient of this year’s Ben Craig Vision award which recognizes individuals demonstrating a legacy of civic and business achievements in the community.
Greg’s long-standing commitment to Overland Park has been a driving force in much of the area’s recent development. As a former city council member and Forward OP steering committee co-chair, he noted development “when done right is a team effort and a community benefit. Good growth requires active participation of the city’s elected leaders and professional staff, the business community through our Chamber of Commerce, and engaged citizens. Everyone benefits from responsible development that brings jobs, services, hospitality, and vitality to the community.”
His efforts continue to drive Overland Park forward, making it a great community in which to live and work.
About Greg Musil: A seasoned trial lawyer, Greg has decades of experience in successfully resolving business and commercial disputes for clients. He also has an active practice assisting clients in public law matters before governmental agencies and bodies. Among many other honors, Greg was selected by Ingram’s as among 50 Kansans to Know.
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