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February 17 - February 23

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NEWS & RESOURCES

PUBLIC MEETING TO DISCUSS HONORING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
 

Brush Creek Community Center, 3801 Brush Creek Boulevard, KCMO
Saturday, March 28 at 10:30 am
More info here.

 
KCMO BUSINESS LICENSE
APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 29


All businesses operating in the City are required to obtain a business license. Business licenses are issued for each calendar year and must be renewed annually. Business license applications and payments may be submitted via the City’s online portal, Quick Tax.

Paper forms are available and can be mailed to the address listed on the form. Forms can also be submitted in person to the Business License Office at 1118 Oak St., Kansas City, MO 64106.
 

Register for the session of your choice here.
 
MO PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION
MARCH 10


Polls Open at 6:00 a.m.

Polls Close at 7:00 p.m.

Last Day to Register: February 12, 2020

In Person Absentee Voting Begins: January 28, 2020


For a sample ballot for your party, go here.
 
MIDTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS
Check your neighborhood's site for their meetings & events!

Coleman Highlands
Heart of Westport
Hyde Park
Old Hyde Park Historic District
Plaza/Westport
Roanoke
Rockhill
Southmoreland
Union Hill
Valentine
Volker
West Plaza
EVENTS
FEBRUARY 20
MKCN MONTHLY LUNCHEON


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Thursday, February 20
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
3931 Main, KCMO 64111

Our presenter will be Kelly Lee, Executive Director of Camp Encourage, a Midtown nonprofit that provides youth with autism spectrum disorder meaningful experiences in which they build the knowledge, courage, and skills to be empowered participants in the community.

$15 provides lunch --- pay at door or in advance here: http://tinyurl.com/MidtownkcLunch

REGISTRATION is required for lunch via email or phone ONLY.
RSVP by emailing info@midtownkcnow.org or call 816.753.3820 ext.420

 
 
FEBRUARY 22
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP


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Saturday, February 22
Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
4801 Rockhill, KCMO
 

The annual Community Development Workshop (CDW) is an opportunity to learn with leaders in community development, collaborate with other neighborhood changemakers, and be empowered to transform your community.

The Community Development Workshop offers neighborhood, government, and nonprofit leaders, residents, grassroots activists, and other community stakeholders from both KS and MO, a free opportunity to learn, collaborate, and build new relationships that support community development.

This event is hosted annually for neighborhood, government, and nonprofit leaders, residents, grassroots activists, and other community stakeholders from both KS and MO. Register now!

 
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