Seminary's Truman Road campus included in TIF development plan
The Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, Missouri announced this week that the Saint Paul School of Theology seminary property at 5123 E Truman Rd can be included in the proposed Truman Road TIF Plan, which includes property facing Truman Road between Van Brunt and Belmont. Tax increment financing (TIF) is a public financing method that is used for subsidizing redevelopment and community improvement projects. For more information on the Truman Road TIF Plan, contact Development Services Specialist Bob Long at 816-691-2104 or email@example.com.
A pre-submittal bidders conference and the opportunity to tour the campus and buildings will be held during the first week of February. Only qualified bidders may attend the conference. In order to qualify as a prospective bidder, please state, on your organization’s letterhead, your organization’s mission and intended use of the Truman Road Property. Letters of Intent will be reviewed by the Truman Road Campus Committee. Upon approval of your letter of intent, you will receive an invitation to the Bidders Conference and Tour.
For additional information, please contact Leigh Precise at 816-245-4819 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters of Intent should be submitted to Ms. Precise at the email address above or mailed to her attention at 5123 E. Truman Road, Kansas City, MO 64127.
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