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KRMC proposes solutions for Kingman Crossing

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The Mohave County Administration Building’s meeting chamber can hold more than 300 people, whereas City Hall can hold 62. Tuesday’s council meeting was the third since the city moved to the county building./Photo by Aaron Ricca

By Aaron Ricca | Kingman Daily Miner

Despite a City Council vote last month to increase the TPT tax, some of which could be used on the Kingman Crossing project, Kingman Regional Medical Center is still willing to play ball in the Kingman Crossing game.

KRMC CEO Brian Turney spoke before the council to state KRMC’s case on purchasing city-owned acreage on the south side of Interstate 40. Council made no direction or decision, but merely listened to Turney’s proposition.

Turney said KRMC’s health and Kingman’s economy are dependent on each other and that KRMC is the largest economic driver in the area, having added 800 direct and 765 indirect jobs to the local economy in the last 10 years.


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