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Gerald E. McCush

Community Development Manager

St. Joseph Area Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (816) 232-4461

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St. Joseph Area Chamber of Commerce

3003 Frederick Ave.

Saint Joseph, Missouri,64506

United States

Company Description

St. Joseph is committed to quality education from K-12 and beyond. Lifelong learning is encouraged, with a variety of post-secondary institutions offering associate and bachelor's degrees, along with several master's level programs. Our city's central locati...more

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Manager, Community Development

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andalyze.com

Residents take pride in preserving old homes, said St. Joseph's community development manager, Gerald McCush.
But many aren't aware children can be poisoned during renovations. Others ignore explicit warnings. McCush, a certified lead inspector, says his office told one family that sanding paint off their walls was poisoning their son. "The dad said we were full of baloney," he said.


www.politifact.com

The martini bar owner, who had been awarded $25,000 to expand his existing business, withdrew his application for the federal funds on Jan. 21, 2010, after it was discovered that the company had liens placed against it by the IRS and the state for failing to pay a little more than $8,000 in taxes, said St. Joseph's Community Development Manager Gerald McCush.
"You get no funds from the stimulus if you owe the IRS money, sorry," McCush said. So, the martini bar is getting no stimulus. As for the steakhouse, a city committee awarded $75,000 in Community Development Block Grant recovery money to ECBG LLC, a private company, to build a Brazilian steakhouse downtown. "We are trying to revitalize the downtown," McCush explained. The steakhouse was selected not only because it met the city's priority for revitalizing the downtown, McCush said, but also because it would result in a number of new jobs. The steakhouse will anchor a downtown building that includes several other retail spaces. Construction of the building employed roughly 60 construction workers, McCush said, and the restaurant is expected to employ 30 people full time.


www.politifact.com

The martini bar owner, who had been awarded $25,000 to expand his existing business, withdrew his application for the federal funds on Jan. 21, 2010, after it was discovered that the company had liens placed against it by the IRS and the state for failing to pay a little more than $8,000 in taxes, said St. Joseph's Community Development Manager Gerald McCush.
"You get no funds from the stimulus if you owe the IRS money, sorry," McCush said. So, the martini bar is getting no stimulus. As for the steakhouse, a city committee awarded $75,000 in Community Development Block Grant recovery money to ECBG LLC, a private company, to build a Brazilian steakhouse downtown. "We are trying to revitalize the downtown," McCush explained. The steakhouse was selected not only because it met the city's priority for revitalizing the downtown, McCush said, but also because it would result in a number of new jobs. The steakhouse will anchor a downtown building that includes several other retail spaces. Construction of the building employed roughly 60 construction workers, McCush said, and the restaurant is expected to employ 30 people full time. Interview with St. Joseph's Community Development Manager Gerald McCush, Feb. 19, 2010


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Helping launch the bus tour was David Jones, St. Joseph Mayor; David Bahner, U.S. Bank market president; Mary Carol Schriefer, U.S. Bank Home Mortgage regional manager, and Gerald McCush, St. Joseph community development manager.


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Mr. Gerald E. McCush, Manager
Community Development 1100 Frederick Avenue, City Hall, Room 101A St. Joseph, MO 64501-2341 Phone: 816-271-4646 Fax: 816-271-5365 Email: gmccush@ci.st-joseph.mo.us


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