After more than 40 years of waiting for a promise to be fulfilled, on September 8, 2011 the Kansas City, Missouri City Council authorized over $45 million in funding through the KCI Corridor TIF plan to construct long awaited and sorely needed infrastructure improvements in the First and Second Creek Watersheds which are located east of I-29, south of I-435, west of 169 Highway and north of 152 Highway in Kansas City, Missouri. The construction of a new pump station and sewers will open up over 15,000 acres for development. Jim Bowers and Patricia Jensen were instrumental in securing the approval of these incentives.
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