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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight will be a featured speaker at a Community Conversation on infrastructure and community development in Johnson County.

The event, sponsored by Indiana Humanities, the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and ASPIRE Johnson County, will be held at the Southland Community Church in Greenwood, IN on Thursday, April 23.  The forum is the first in a series of four Community Conversations. The topic will be how infrastructure and community development are critical elements for managing a city’s growth. Mayor Goodnight will be joined by Sarah Rubin, INDOT Project manager for I-69, and Larry DeBoer, a columnist and economist from Purdue University. Read More
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Chicago based real estate development company plans an 88-unit duplex community to replace an aging mobile home park on Kokomo’s west side.

JCF Real Estate has purchased the mobile home park, known as Kokomo River Estates, located at 1500 W. Markland Ave. The company is redeveloping the thirteen acre site into a duplex housing community. Read More
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Today’s population report from census.gov shows that Howard County gained 230 new residents over the last five years. This population bump defies experts’ forecasts of negative growth for Howard County. The prediction was for a loss greater than 400 residents over a four-year period. Read More
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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and Dr. Steven Laubacher, Interim Director, Family Service Association (FSA) cordially invite the media to a press conference for a special Child Abuse Prevention Month announcement. Read More
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