Forums to be held Tuesday, January 31st at the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy and February 1st at the Midwest Genealogy Center Community Hall in Independence
The Kansas City Royals will hold two additional public community meetings to discuss the development of a new ballpark district in or around downtown Kansas City; one on Tuesday, January 31st, at the Urban Youth Academy and another on Wednesday, February 1st at the Midwest Genealogy Center Community Hall in Independence, Missouri. The meetings will be another opportunity for the public to hear from Royals’ leaders and local experts engaged with the project on the current vision of the ballpark district and the related positive economic and community benefits for the Kansas City metropolitan area. Both meetings will include a session for questions from the audience.
These additional meetings follow the initial public meeting held in December at the Westport Plexpod and reflect the Royals’ ongoing commitment to seek public input on the new ballpark district.
Kansas City Royals Public Community Meetings
Tuesday, January 31st from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm at the the Urban Youth Academy located at 1622 E 17th Terrace, Kansas City, MO (Google Map).
Wednesday, February 1st from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at The Midwest Genealogy Center Community Hall located at 3440 S. Lee’s Summit Road, Independence, MO (Google Map).
Bob Kendrick, President, Negro League Baseball Museum, will serve as emcee on January 31st. The event on February 1st will be co-hosted by the Kansas City Building Trades Council and the Heavy Constructors Association of Greater Kansas City.
Speakers at both meetings will include:
- Royals Chairman and CEO John Sherman
- Royals COO/SVP Brooks Sherman
- Royals SVP/Chief Revenue & Innovation Officer Sarah Tourville
- Architectural firm representatives from Kansas City-based Populous
These events have limited seating capacity. If you cannot attend or want to learn more about the project, additional details can be found on this website.
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