Sunday, May 17, 2015

RAYTOWN'S LEADING NEWS SOURCE

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BY PAUL LIVIUS
A Recycling Center
in Raytown’s Future?
SPG Solutions, a small Raytown business owned and operated by Greg Walters, has made an application for a $100,000 Grant offered by Chase Manhattan, to help fund and operate a Recycling Center in Raytown.

The stated purpose of the grant application would be used to develop a community recycling center in Raytown, Missouri. The grant application is the first step for Raytown to have and keep a viable Recycling Center.

Chase Manhattan, through its Foundation, Mission Main Street Grants, will give two million dollars to 20 eligible recipients this year. Chase Manhattan is accepting applications from eligible business from across the country for 20 awards of $100,000 each for a start-up business.

The application process and acceptance to the program uses a three part process. Part 1 is the application, which has been completed and accepted by the Mission Main Street Program. The second part requires the applicant to receive a minimum of 250 “likes” on its Facebook Page by June 13th.
How You Can Help . . .
You can help bring recycling to Raytown on a professional and permanent basis by simply casting a “like” vote on SPG Solutions via social media.

To cast your vote, use these simple instructions.
1. Click on the vote now link following these instructions.
2. It will take you to a page with the words "vote for your favorite business" across the
    middle of the page.
3. In the dialogue box it will ask you to "enter company name, city or zip code".
    Type in 64133.
4. You will be ready to cast your "like" vote at the bottom right hand corner of the page.
    USE THIS LINK . . . VOTE NOW

The "like button" appears at the right hand side of the page. Please "click" it!
All votes must be cast by June 19th, so please get the word out through social media contacts. If all goes well, by this time next year, Raytown will have a recycling center we can all be proud.

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6 comments:

Andy Whiteman said...

Raytown needs a recycling center! I tried to click on VOTE NOW, but the mouse icon didn't change to a hand to click the VOTE NOW. The Face Book page it took me to was nationwide. Did I achieve the intended goal? 2 votes are registered.

Andy Whiteman

Greg Walters said...

Andy, I checked the counter and your vote was counted. Thank you for your help.

Dana said...

I'm glad to see the new city council is listening to the people. A whole lot better than the other regime. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Hey, does anyone know if the city is going to do the right thing and quit with that low grade street repair that uses gravel and tar? A lot of the winners in last April's elections talked like they wanted to go back to using asphalt. I hope it was not just a lot of political hype at election time. If any of them are reading this, please don't put that gravel and tar on our neighborhood streets. I went over to Southbrooke and saw what a mess it left behind. It doesn't look like it is holding up very well either. Whoever tells you it lasts longer than asphalt is full of it. And I don't mean they're full of asphalt!

Anonymous said...

I agree about the light aggregate or slurry seal. the surface is uneven and rough. The main problem is that you cannot tell if the gravel they put down is loose or stuck in place. I saw a kid go down on his bicycle the other day. Scraped him up pretty badly. A word advice to parents. Do not let your children ride their bikes on this junk. It is not safe for anything on two wheels. That includes motorcycles.

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Wed, May 27th from 2PM to 6PM
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