Breaking ground Wednesday (from left) were Mike Downing, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development; Katie Chaffee, Cerner senior vice president; Gov. Jay Nixon; Zane Burke, president of Cerner; Cerner co-founder Paul Gorup; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Max Reinig, Cerner senior vice president; William Dunn Sr. (blocked from view); Chris Wolfe, director of Trails Development; and Tony Rory with Gould Evans.
Breaking ground Wednesday (from left) were Mike Downing, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development; Katie Chaffee, Cerner senior vice president; Gov. Jay Nixon; Zane Burke, president of Cerner; Cerner co-founder Paul Gorup; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Max Reinig, Cerner senior vice president; William Dunn Sr. (blocked from view); Chris Wolfe, director of Trails Development; and Tony Rory with Gould Evans. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Breaking ground Wednesday (from left) were Mike Downing, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development; Katie Chaffee, Cerner senior vice president; Gov. Jay Nixon; Zane Burke, president of Cerner; Cerner co-founder Paul Gorup; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Max Reinig, Cerner senior vice president; William Dunn Sr. (blocked from view); Chris Wolfe, director of Trails Development; and Tony Rory with Gould Evans. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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