More than 30 business and community leaders gathered in Martin City on March 29th for the fiscal year 2018-19 Martin City CID Board of Directors‘ Annual Meeting. A unanimous vote renewed four existing officers’ terms and we are thrilled to have them continue service on our board!
Congratulations Martin City CID FY 2018-19 Officers!
- Chair: Debbie Van Noy, Jess & Jim’s Steakhouse
- Vice Chair: Mark Nigro, Martin City Paintball
- Secretary: Carol Siegel, Suburban Lawn & Garden
- Treasurer: Steve Okenfuss, Reno’s Powersports
Nilson Goes Jr, President of Infinite Energy Construction and the Martin City Business and Community Association (MCBCA), was also present to introduce the MCBCA’s new FY 2018-19 Board of Directors.
MCBCA works with Martin City businesses and community members to host the Whiskey Run 5K, Martin City St. Patrick’s Parade, Martin City Holiday Lighting, and other public events to bring business into the District.
Congratulations MCBCA FY 2018-19 Officers!
- President: Nilson Goes Jr., Infinite Energy Construction
- Vice President: Stacy Barnhart, Fishtech
- Treasurer: Angie Boehner, LaserEquipment
Martin City Economic Development Update
The new Cable Dahmer Collision Center Headquarters in Martin City has been named an EDC Cornerstone Award finalist and will be honored at the May 15th reception at Union Station Kansas City.
Cornerstone Award recipients provide significant economic stimulus to the city of Kansas City, Missouri, and our Martin City businesses have made a big impression. Their projects have spurred redevelopment and new construction, creating much-needed jobs in our District.
Past Martin City Cornerstone Award Nominees and Winners:
- 135th Street Public Improvement Project
- Bambini Creativi
- Grade A Tree Care
- Hanger Cleaners
- Infinite Energy Construction
- Margarita’s South Restaurant
- Martin City Brewing Company
- Martin City Sports Complex
- MMC Contractors
- Suburban Lawn and Garden
Martin City has seen an abundance of growth over the past few years and we are proud of all our business owners and community leaders who have worked tirelessly – together – to improve the quality of experiences people have when they visit our District.
Remember only five years ago, we had no sidewalks in Martin City! Take a look around now and you’ll not only see sidewalks but new streetscape, beautiful hanging baskets, and additional parking along 135th Street.
Jack Stack Barbecue at 135th Street & Holmes Road is starting an extensive remodel in June, and if all goes according to plans, the Martin City Coffeehouse will open in May or June in their brand new 2,100-square-foot facility off Holmes Road.
The Martin City Animal Hospital on Cherry Street is also planning an expansion, and the O’Reilly auto parts store will break ground in 2019 on a plot in Martin City adjacent to QuikTrip.
We are definitely making progress but our work is far from finished! Over the next year, MCCID hopes to finish the 135th street public improvement project, find new owners and/or tenants for our vacant properties and office spaces, and we will continue to work with local businesses and community leaders to bring the best resources and opportunities to Martin City so we can build on the incredible momentum you’ve all helped us create.
Thank you for supporting the Martin City Community Improvement District!