Martin City Says Goodbye To Missy Wilson, Outgoing MCCID Executive Director

Missy Wilson

Who remembers this day….December 1, 2013, MCCID Transfer of Power from Barb Engel to Missy Wilson?! The official story is still out there on the original Martin City WordPress blog! Wilson accepted a wonderful new position with the City of Raytown and began her new role on April 1st. She will continue working with the […]

2017 Irishpalooza Wrap-Up!

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The 30th Annual Irishpalooza St. Patrick’s festivities in Martin City kicked off Sunday, March 12th following the 5th annual Whiskey Run 5k race. It was a CHILLY day, to say the least, but thankfully, the weather didn’t stop people from coming out to play! After the early morning race, it went to the dogs… the […]

2017 Martin City Whiskey Run 5K Wrap-Up!

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BIG Thank you to everyone who participated in our 5th Annual Whiskey Run 5K in Martin City on March 12th! The Whiskey Run 5K race was held on at 8:30 a.m., March 12 (Irishpalooza day) in front of KC Running Company in Martin City. Over 800 registered runners and walkers braved the freezing cold weather to come out and […]

Martin City Businesses Prepare For Irishpalooza!

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The 30th Anniversary of Irishpalooza is just around the corner and Martin City businesses have been busy making preparations for the March 12th event. Whether they are Irishpalooza sponsors or they’ve entered a float in the parade, our local businesses are coming out with a bang to support our Martin City community. Grade-A-Tree Care has plans […]

Congratulations to #KCCornerstone Finalists MMC Contractors and Fishtech!

Martin City Cornerstone Finalists 2017

We are honored to once again have a few of our Martin City businesses recognized as Cornerstone Finalists by the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, Missouri. Congratulations to MMC Contractors and Fishtech for making the 2017 Finalist list! We are proud to have these two incredibly valuable companies in Martin City, and especially appreciate […]

Martin City CID Board Presentation On Go Bond: KCMO Capital Improvements Proposal

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The Kansas City Missouri City Council has passed an ordinance placing an $800 million infrastructure repair plan on the April 4 ballot, seeking resident approval for a comprehensive capital improvements program. The CID Board is concerned about the impact property tax increases would have on Martin City businesses, however, they also recognize the passing of […]

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