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Rouse Frets White Goss Attorney, Mike Talboy, Secures Shawnee QuikTrip Approval That Includes IRB Funding for Public Infrastructure

By May 18, 2023May 14th, 2024Client Results

Leawood, KS – May 12, 2023:  Mike Talboy, an attorney with Rouse Frets White Goss, helped QuikTrip gain approval for a new location in Shawnee, Kansas, which included the approval of a public-private partnership agreement that will provide funds for long-needed public road improvements, including a new traffic signal at West 83rd Street and Hedge Lane Terrace, near Kansas Highway 7.

The public-private partnership provides that QuikTrip will fund construction of the infrastructure improvements and in return will receive a sales tax exemption on construction materials through Industrial Revenue Bonds issued by the city.

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