The Kansas City TIF Commission voted Tuesday to approve a development agreement for Shirley Helzberg’s project, a new BNIM headquarters at 1640 Baltimore, during a special meeting at the Economic Development Corporation office, 1100 Walnut. Moments after the vote, three commissioners — Debbie Siragusa (standing, from left), Scott Jacoby and Johnny Sweeney (in door) — walked out. Siragusa said they felt there was no point to staying when they were going to lose the vote.
The Kansas City TIF Commission voted Tuesday to approve a development agreement for Shirley Helzberg’s project, a new BNIM headquarters at 1640 Baltimore, during a special meeting at the Economic Development Corporation office, 1100 Walnut. Moments after the vote, three commissioners — Debbie Siragusa (standing, from left), Scott Jacoby and Johnny Sweeney (in door) — walked out. Siragusa said they felt there was no point to staying when they were going to lose the vote. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
The Kansas City TIF Commission voted Tuesday to approve a development agreement for Shirley Helzberg’s project, a new BNIM headquarters at 1640 Baltimore, during a special meeting at the Economic Development Corporation office, 1100 Walnut. Moments after the vote, three commissioners — Debbie Siragusa (standing, from left), Scott Jacoby and Johnny Sweeney (in door) — walked out. Siragusa said they felt there was no point to staying when they were going to lose the vote. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

TIF Commission votes for Helzberg project development agreement

December 01, 2015 11:13 AM