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Your chamber at Work - January 24, 2022

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FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO “I feel like we won the Super Bowl!” No, the woman who said that last week wasn’t talking about football, she was talking about the news that Kansas City Public Schools had been awarded full accreditation by the Missouri state school board. Read Article
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Wayside Waifs’ President Geoff Hall Moves On

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Wayside Waifs’ longest tenured President, Geoff Hall, has announced his resignation from Wayside Waifs. His last day with the animal shelter is February 11. Hall has accepted the job of General Curator at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Read Article
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Dysart Taylor Announces Office Move to West Plaza

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (January 21, 2022) – Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Brumitt, P.C. is pleased to announce it has moved its office to the West Plaza after more than two decades on Madison Avenue. The firm is now located at 700 W. 47th Street, Suite 410. The firm was originally founded in downtown KC in 1934 by Lee Reeder and then moved to the outer edge of the Country Club Plaza in the 1990s. Read Article
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Kansas City Public Library Board of Trustees Appoints New President

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(Kansas City, Mo.) - The Kansas City Public Library’s board of trustees has chosen its first new president in 17 years. Pete Browne, co-founder and president of Kissick Construction, was elected during the panel’s monthly meeting Tuesday, January 18. He succeeds Jonathan Kemper, who had served as president since 2005. He remains a member of the nine-person board. Read Article
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Leeds named Kansas City Water Team Leader

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Terry Leeds, PE, former director of KC Water and a Kansas City native with more than three decades of water, wastewater, and stormwater experience, has been hired to lead Garver’s Water and Wastewater Teams in our growing Kansas City, Missouri, and Overland Park, Kansas, offices. Read Article
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Your Chamber at Work - January 18, 2022

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FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO It’s one of the most moving ceremonies one can witness – and you’re invited. On Thursday, January 27 at 10 a.m., people from 61 different countries will become United States citizens, and the ceremonies will be live-streamed on YouTube. Their countries of origin include Afghanistan, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, India, Mexico, Nepal, South Korea, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Vietnam, and Venezuela, just to name a few. Read Article