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The National Association of Home Builders/Well Fargo Housing Opportunity Index ranks Kokomo highest on its housing affordability index among smaller housing markets. 

According to the index, 94.8 percent of the home sold in Kokomo during the April-June period, were affordable to families earning Kokomo’s median income of $56,900.

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The City of Kokomo is accepting applications for permanent part-time senior bus drivers/trolley drivers. Applicants must be eighteen years of age or older, must have an acceptable driving record, and will be subject to regular random drug screenings. Read More
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The empty acres along the US Highway 31 interchanges leading into the City of Kokomo will be the planting grounds for nearly 300 native and ornamental trees, as part of the state’s $155 million Freeway Project at Kokomo.

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will soon place dozens of Bur Oaks, American Sycamores, Eastern Redbuds and other native species in the public right-of-ways. Read More
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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight has been invited to be a panelist at the annual Indiana Economic Forum’s (IEF) conference, “Creating Opportunities for Growth.”

Former Indiana University Economist Morton Marcus invited Mayor Goodnight to participate at the annual conference. Other guest speakers include Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann, Indiana Economic Development Corporation President Eric Doden and Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Vice President William Testa. Read More
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