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is a substation a good real estate investment

Is a substation a goodreal estate investment?

Please push your ENTER key to advance thru this slide show!

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

Kansas City has been a central point in the railroads since their inception.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

Since the mid-1800s, this portion of the Westside has been the realm of the railroad.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

As we suggested in another slide show, the railroads abused the land rather severely.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

For more than a century, the railroad dumped fuel and wastes on the ground. These waste soaked the soils.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

The federal Environmental Protection Agency and Economic Development Agency

recognize there are contaminated places that can be brought back into better use.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

This redevelopment of polluted land is part of the brownfield redevelopment process funded by you, the taxpayer.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

First, your tax dollars were used to assess the extent of the soil contamination.

Once that was defined, your tax dollars were used to pay for the removal of contaminated soil.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

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The removal of contaminated soil was no small task!

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

100 MILLION pounds of soil contaminated with arsenic had to be dug-up and trucked away.

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What is the history of where they want the new substation?

Six MILLION pounds of petroleum fuel contaminated soil also had to be removed.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

Your tax dollars paid for much of this work – testing soil, safely excavating the pollution and then finding a safe means to dispose of the contaminated soil.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

It didn’t end there - your tax dollars were also used to create incentives for DST to bring a rehabilitated structure on the site.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

Let’s tally the investment of your tax dollars to remove pollution from this Westside property.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

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We will be very conservative, adding neither private nor in-kind government investment/ resources.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

First, $100,000 of your tax dollars were spent to investigate the property (“environmental due diligence”).

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

Next, $2.3 MILLION was spent to excavate the contamated soils & cinders and dispose of that 60,000 cubic yards of hazardous material.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

And not least was the funding for the revitalized real estate.

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Look at our taxpayer investment!

A $7.1 MILLION grant and another $7.1 MILLION loan were invested to bring establish this ‘new’ valuable real estate.

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Save our investment!

And guess what – everyone did such a GREAT JOB that this project (now known was the Westside Business Park) won the national 2003 Phoenix Award!

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Save our investment!

So we have this beautifully decontaminated site.

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Save our investment!

It has been resurrected from a polluted industrial site to a wonderful business park.

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Save our investment!

So WHY should we let KCP&L dump their environmental junk onto this site?

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Save our investment!

KCP&L has said they want to site this substation on the Westside because it is “cheap and easy” to dump it on the Westside.

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Save our investment!

KCP&L is WRONG!

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Save our investment!

We have been workingtoo hard and too long to let KCP&L destroy the residential and community fabric of the Westside with their environmentally stressful substation.

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Save our investment:

Say NO! to another Westside substation

Substations threaten our health & safety.

Substations blight our neighborhood with ugliness.

Substations hurt our property values.

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Save our investment:

Say

NO!

to another Westside substation

who needs to hear you say
Who needs to hear YOU say

“NOSubstation on the Westside”

Councilman Terry Riley Chairperson (816) 513-1629

gets email at schylon_clayton@kcmo.org

CouncilwomanCindy Circo Co-Chair(816) 513-1633

gets email at gina_boucher@kcmo.org

Councilwoman Beth Gottstein(816) 513-1616

gets email at jim_giles@kcmo.org

Councilman Ed Ford(816) 513-1601

gets email at lisa_minardi@kcmo.org

Councilman John Sharp (816) 513-1615

gets email at araceli_gallegos@kcmo.org

KCMO

Plans & Zoning Cmte

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who needs to hear you say1
Who needs to hear YOU say

“NOSubstation on the Westside”

Michael Chesser

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Great Plains Energy & KCP&L

P.O. Box 418679 Kansas City, MO 64141-9679

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who needs to hear you say2
Who needs to hear YOU say

“NOSubstation on the Westside”

Michael Merriman

Chairman & President

Financial Holding Company

300 W 11th St

Kansas City, MO 64105-1618

Thomas A. McDonnell

Chief Executive Officer & President DST Systems Vince Dasta President DST Realty

333 W. 11th Street

Kansas City, MO 64106

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Save our investment:

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Say

NO!

to another Westside substation

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