Seen from 93rd Street looking north, construction continues on the first two towers at the $4.45 billion Cerner Innovation Campus in south Kansas City. Only a small share of the construction workers the project are Kansas City residents. The city is now considering creating community benefit agreements, which would let the city negotiate with private developers who seek public incentives such as tax abatement or tax increment financing.
Seen from 93rd Street looking north, construction continues on the first two towers at the $4.45 billion Cerner Innovation Campus in south Kansas City. Only a small share of the construction workers the project are Kansas City residents. The city is now considering creating community benefit agreements, which would let the city negotiate with private developers who seek public incentives such as tax abatement or tax increment financing. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Seen from 93rd Street looking north, construction continues on the first two towers at the $4.45 billion Cerner Innovation Campus in south Kansas City. Only a small share of the construction workers the project are Kansas City residents. The city is now considering creating community benefit agreements, which would let the city negotiate with private developers who seek public incentives such as tax abatement or tax increment financing. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

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