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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight urged business and community leaders to continue the city’s pace of progress which has resulted in billions of dollars of private investment from Kokomo’s leading manufacturers and local businesses.

Mayor Goodnight identified the city’s need to continue investing its resources in order to transform Kokomo as a place where people want to live. Read More
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Mayor Greg Goodnight will host his next “Mayor’s Night Out” on Wednesday, March 4th from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Taylor Elementary School cafeteria, 5500 Wea Drive in the Indian Heights subdivision.

The purpose of these quarterly forums is to provide residents with a current status of the city and provide an opportunity for citizens to discuss their concerns. Read More
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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight has set the date for his annual State of the City presentation. The address will take place at 6:00 PM, Monday, February 23rd at Kokomo’s City Hall, 100 S. Union St., prior to the Common Council meeting.

The State of the City address is free and open to the public and will be rebroadcast on KGOV Channel 2, the City of Kokomo’s governmental access channel. Read More
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Ridership on Kokomo’s City Line trolleys in 2014 increased by more than 35 percent over the previous year. Although nearly 297,000 passengers boarded the trolleys in 2013, that number was eclipsed by the 403,000 riders in 2014.

“City Line helps ensure people have access to jobs, schools, grocery stores and doctor appointments regardless of where they live,” said Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight. Read More
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