FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 21, 2015
City magazine for residents features news, resource guide
See the latest edition at kcmo.gov/kcmore
The latest edition of a special magazine for KCMO residents is out. Some 110,000 households in the City of Kansas City, Missouri, will be receiving the 2015 fall/winter issue of KCMOre in their mailboxes this week. Others can read it online at kcmo.gov/kcmore.
KCMOre is the City’s twice-a-year magazine published by the City Communications Office. Some highlights in the current issue include:
- brownfield experts who are bringing left-behind land back to market
- street-smart stoplights that make it easier to drive through downtown
- visiting nurses who are changing lives of at-risk young mothers
- old schools finding a new course as senior apartments
The magazine also features Kansas City’s growing arts and culture scene, updates on Public Works and Water Services projects, a resource guide and a contact list of City Council members. The back cover shows the fall leaf and brush collection schedule.
Printed copies of the 28-page magazine are mailed to targeted households on a rotating basis. Residents without Internet access who have not received the latest issue may request a print copy by contacting the 311 Call Center at 311 or 816-513-1313. Or look for copies at your nearest library, community center or grocery store.
KCMOre magazine was first published in fall/winter 2011 as an effort to enhance resident communication and engagement. KCMOre stands for “Kansas City, Missouri, Resident Engagement.”