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Unified Government Commissioner, Harold Johnson, held a Community Summit for residents in the fourth district Thursday evening.
There were nearly 125 people in attendance at Northwest Middle School to hear about the most recent developments that are taking place in the northeast area. The topics ranged from public safety and education to updates on the Northeast Area Master Plan and the new downtown grocery store.
“The District 4 Community Summit was a huge success!” says Commissioner Johnson. “The agenda was a comprehensive summary of the hard work of many stakeholders working together to improve quality of life for all of our residents.”
Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Charles Foust and Dr. Greg Mosier, the President of Kansas City Kansas Community College provided opening remarks and an insight on the implementation of initiatives as incoming leaders of their educational institutions.
Residents also heard from the Wyandotte County District Attorney, Mark Dupree, Elnora Jefferson with Ground Works USA, Patrick Sallee provided information about access to healthcare and much, much more about the various projects and initiatives that are taking place in Wyandotte County.
“The community participation was incredible, and their response was well received. Good things are coming for District 4 and the surrounding districts," says Johnson.