City Council discusses website makeover (Updated at 9:45 a.m. May 3)
(Local News ~ 05/02/16)
Two weeks after making a successful motion to move the regular meeting time of the Marshall City Council to 6 p.m., recently-elected Councilman Kirk Arends set his sights on another goal. Monday, May 2, Arends invited discussion from the council about potentially altering the city's website to increase functionality and visual appeal...
Marshall food pantry receives funds from KC businesspeople
(Local News ~ 07/17/13)
Marshall City Administrator Connie Latimer and Bill Riggins, executive director of the Marshall Saline Development Corporation, attended a business trip promoting urban/rural alliances Friday, July 12, in Kansas City. During the meeting, Riggins and Latimer received support from several entrepreneurs from Kansas City who stepped forward to help raise funds for Marshall's food pantry, which is currently trying to raise money for its expansion...
MSDC/Zimmer plan: Community conversations
(Local News ~ 03/01/13)
To seek answers to the question posed above and others, we believe that every great idea starts with a conversation. A true community conversation combines imaginative, intense working sessions with public workshops and open houses. A community conversation is a collaborative planning process that harnesses the talents and energies of all interested parties to create and support a report that represents transformative community change...
Zimmer/MSDC economic development plan unveiled
(Local News ~ 02/20/13)
More than 100 people gathered at the Martin Community Center in Marshall for the official presentation of the Marshall-Saline County Development Corporation and Zimmer group's economic development plan during a convention-style event Wednesday, Feb. 20...
County Commission officially endorses Zimmer/MSDC plan
(Local News ~ 02/13/13)
The Zimmer Real Estate Group and the Marshall-Saline Development Corporation received one of their last endorsements requested for their new econommic development plan from the Saline County Commission Wednesday, Feb. 13. The resolution endorses the four areas of recommendations the economic development plan outlines for success: recognizing the forces of globalization, strengthening the quality of education, developing local entrepreneurs and embracing immigration...
Sweet Springs Board of Aldermen hear Zimmer plan
(Local News ~ 02/12/13)
Troy Nash, representative of Zimmer Real Estate Group, and Bill Riggins and Stan Moore, both with the Marshall-Saline Development Corporation, were present to present the Zimmer economic development plan to the Sweet Springs Board of Aldermen at its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Nash, Riggins present Zimmer plan to Slater Council
(Local News ~ 02/05/13)
Marshall-Saline Development Corporation Director Bill Riggins and Zimmer Real Estate Group representative Troy Nash presented the Zimmer economic development plan to the Slater City Council on Tuesday, Feb. 5. The council approved the plan.
Marshall City Council endorses MSDC/Zimmer economic development plan
(Local News ~ 02/04/13)
The Marshall City Council endorsed the Zimmer economic development plan at their meeting Monday, Feb. 4.
Riggins, Nash ask Marshall council to endorse economic development plan
(Local News ~ 01/22/13)
The long-awaited economic development plan created over the past year by Marshall-Saline Development Corporation and Zimmer Real Estate Group is done. MSDC Director Bill Riggins and Zimmer representative Troy Nash spoke at the Marshall City Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 22, asking the council to endorse the nearly 200 page document...
Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission meeting held, testimonies regarding tax credits heard
(Local News ~ 12/03/12)
The Distressed Community Tax Force, a sub-committee of the Bi-Partisan Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission, held a forum on Thursday, Nov. 29, in Marshall.
Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission meeting in Marshall
(Local News ~ 11/27/12)
The Bi-Partisan Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission was created by Gov. Jay Nixon on July 21, 2010, with the mission to review each of the state's 61 tax credit programs and make recommendations for greater efficacy and enhanced return on investment...
MSDC considers proposal for implementation of development plan
(Local News ~ 11/13/12)
Marshall-Saline Development Corporation received proposals that could help the group continue to bring its new economic plan to fruition. During a meeting Tuesday, Nov. 13, MSDC board members had their first glance at the proposals. It's possibly they will hire both Sterling Consulting and Troy Nash of Zimmer Real Estate on retainer after the economic development plan has been finalized in January...
Marshall school board starts laying groundwork for April bond issue | School facility issue tied to economic development efforts
(Local News ~ 10/10/12)
The Marshall school board met in special session Wednesday, Oct. 10, to begin laying the groundwork for placing a bond issue on the April ballot, and it picked up an endorsement for the idea from Marshall-Saline Development Corporation Director Bill Riggins...
Zimmer rep reviews nearly finished economic development plan
(Local News ~ 10/09/12)
Troy Nash, of Zimmer Real Estate Group, presented a rough draft of the company's research on economic development for Saline County on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Their recommendations are based on a year's worth of documentation, 70 stakeholder interviews and four community-wide meetings held in towns throughout the county...
Fitzgibbon to construct new medical office building
(Local News ~ 09/28/12)
Fitzgibbon Hospital officials announced Friday, Sept. 28, plans to build a new 16,000-square-foot medical office building on its campus in Marshall. The new facility is intended as a response to a changing health care environment and growing trend toward more "patient-centered" care, officials said in a news release. Ground-breaking on the project, which will house more than 25 exam rooms, will be Thursday, Oct. 4...
Regional tourism group holds development summit
(Local News ~ 08/03/12)
Although there are more than 100 wineries in Missouri, the "wine cluster," as Brian Dabson calls it, is still growing. Dabson, of the Rural Policy Research Institute, noted when one thinks of Napa Valley, in California, wine is the first thought to come to mind. A wine cluster refers to the surrounding businesses that benefit from the success of a winery. It may take time, but Missouri's entrepreneurs are making strides toward that as well...
Riggins named Citizen of the Year by Marshall Chamber of Commerce | Salt Fork YMCA honored as Business of the Year (Updated noon June 20)
(Local News ~ 06/19/12)
The Marshall Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year is someone who trusts himself, gets things done, isn't afraid to fail and is driven to serve others. His name is Bill Riggins, executive director of Marshall-Saline Development Corporation. Zimmer Real Estate Group representative Troy Nash, who has spent a considerable amount of time with Riggins as Zimmer works to develop a new economic development plan for Saline County...
MSDC supports mission, receives data
(Local News ~ 06/12/12)
Marshall-Saline Development Corporation discussed the old hospital building and space in the industrial park during the regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, June 12. MSDC Director Bill Riggins expressed his uncertainty regarding potential plans for both buildings. ...
Fourth county development meeting reveals community's priorities
(Local News ~ 03/27/12)
Tuesday evening marked the fourth public meeting hosted by Marshall Saline Development Corporation in an effort for Zimmer Real Estate to gather some final input for the direction of county development.
Zimmer gears up for 4th public economic development meeting
(Local News ~ 03/26/12)
Throughout the past month, Zimmer Real Estate Group's Troy Nash has toured Saline County gathering the people's perspective of their own community. On Tuesday, March 27, the community will have a chance to review some of Nash's findings. "Tomorrow's meeting will verify and validate what we heard at the last meeting," Nash said. "It will give the opportunity to make any necessary revisions to the information that we received."...
Marshall hosts third economic development meeting
(Local News ~ 03/13/12)
Marshall-Saline Development Corporation Executive Director Bill Riggins held a microphone up to each of the 45 participants at the Marshall economic development meeting on Tuesday, March 13. After Zimmer Real Estate Group's Troy Nash led a dialogue regarding the area's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, he asked the community to list the attributes of a Marshall utopia. ...
Slater hosts second Zimmer econ development meeting
(Local News ~ 03/12/12)
Troy Nash of Zimmer Real Estate called out the seemingly youngest person in the crowd at the economic development meeting on March 12, and asked him why he stayed in Slater. Tedd Wiseman pointed to his boss and said "this guy." Wiseman had found a comfortable job in his hometown as the location manager for Central Missouri AGRIservice He'd stayed in Slater, furthermore he never intends to leave...
First MSDC/Zimmer meeting generates ideas for Sweet Springs economic development (Updated 8:58 a.m. March 8)
(Local News ~ 03/06/12)
"How do you create jobs?" That was the first and most often repeated question during the first in a series of four public meetings on economic development in Saline County, and Troy Nash of Zimmer Real Estate, who posed the question, was there to listen to the responses Sweet Springs residents had...
MSDC report: Company expresses interest in I-70 junction
(Local News ~ 06/14/11)
The Marshall-Saline Development Corporation has inspired a business to consider building at Marshall Junction. At the MSDC regular board meeting Tuesday, June 14, Executive Director Bill Riggins announced a company expressed interest in building at the Interstate 70 and Highway 65 junction if another company would as well...
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