Hunt Midwest Legacy - Real Estate Development in Kansas City

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... subsidiaries: Hunt Midwest Entertainment, Inc., Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. and Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development. 1982. Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun  ...---



Hunt Midwest Mining Inc - Company Profile and News - Bloomberg ...

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Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. operates as a real estate development company. The Company offers industrial, commercial, retail, mission critical, multifamily, senior ... We've detected unusual activity from your computer network To continue, please click the box below to let us know you're not a robot. For inquiries related to this message please contact our support team and provide the reference ID below. Block reference ID: 2a888ed0-d4f5-11ea-8be3-f3290110ce55



Hunt Midwest sells mining interest to partner - Kansas City Business ...

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Apr 3, 2014 ... Hunt Midwest Enterprises Inc. announced Wednesday that has sold its interest in Hunt Martin Materials LLC, the region's largest supplier of ...---



Company Timeline

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2000 Hunt Midwest Mining acquires Green Quarries, Inc., adding four quarry locations and 800,000 tons of annual sales to the mining company. 1998 Hunt ...---



Crumbaker v. Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 69 P.3d 601, 275 Kan. 872 ...

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May 30, 2003 ... Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., operates a rock quarry in Johnson County, Kansas, on two adjoining tracts of land leased from Hunt Midwest Real ... This case has been cited by these opinions: GENESIS HEALTH CLUB v. City of Wichita (2008) Dillon Real Estate Co. v. City of Topeka (2007) Roger Seherr-Thoss, D/B/A Rst Sand & Gravel And/Or Rst Excavation and Trucking ... (2014) 143rd Street v. Bd. of County Com'rs (2011) Get Citation Alerts Toggle Dropdown Goodwin v. City of Kansas City, 766 P.2d 177 (Kan. 1988) (6 times) Koppel v. City of Fairway, 371 P.2d 113 (Kan. 1962) (4 times) Meegan v. Village of Tinley Park, 288 N.E.2d 423 (Ill. 1972) (3 times) City of Lenexa v. City of Olathe, 660 P.2d 1368 (Kan. 1983) (3 times) County of Du Page v. Elmhurst-Chicago Stone Co., 165 N.E.2d ... (3 times) Crumbaker v. Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 69 P.3d 601 (Kan. 2003) Precedential Status: Precedential Citations: 69 P.3d 601, 275 Kan. 872 MARK CRUMBAKER, et al., Appellees, HUNT MIDWEST MINING, INC., HUNT MIDWEST REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT, INC., and THE ESTATE OF HARRY DARBY, Appellants, and CITY OF DE SOTO, KANSAS, Defendant. Paul G. Schepers, of Seigfreid, Bingham, Levy, Selzer & Gee, of Kansas City, Missouri, argued the cause, and Andrea Gould McCarthy and Jane L. Williams, of the same firm, and Michael G. Norris, of Norris, Keplinger & Herman, LLC, of Overland Park, were with him on the briefs for appellants. John M. Duggan, of Duggan, Shadwick & Doerr, P.C., of Overland Park, argued the cause, and William M. Nelson, of the same firm, was with him on the brief for appellees. The opinion of the court was delivered by Mark Crumbaker and other landowners filed a declaratory judgment action seeking to invalidate the land use provisions in an Annexation Agreement (Agreement) between (1) the City of De Soto (City) on the one side and (2) Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. (3) Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development, Inc., and (4) the Estate of Harry Darby (sometimes collectively referred to as Hunt *873 Midwest) on the other side. The controversy centers on the Agreement provisions that allowed Hunt Midwest to maintain and actually expand its Johnson County quarry operations after annexation by the City. The district court granted summary judgment to the landowners, holding that the Agreement changed the land use without following the procedures established in the Kansas planning and zoning statutes at K.S.A. 12-741 et seq., and in the City's own zoning regulations. Since the district court held these procedures were mandatory, it invalidated the Agreement's land use provisions and ruled the annexed land retained its Johnson County agricultural zoning classification. After Hunt Midwest's appeal, we transferred this case from the Court of Appeals under K.S.A. 20-3018(c). The City is not a party to the appeal.





PRESS RELEASE ***** complex; and Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 50 percent owner of the region's largest supplier of crushed limestone,. Hunt Martin Materials, LLC. The privately held ...

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complex; and Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 50 percent owner of the region's largest
supplier of crushed limestone,. Hunt Martin Materials, LLC. The privately held ...




PRESS RELEASE ***** Three Tenants Renew and Expand at Hunt Midwest SubTropolis ... business complex; and Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 50% owner of the region's largest supplier ...

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Three Tenants Renew and Expand at Hunt Midwest SubTropolis ... business
complex; and Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc., 50% owner of the region's largest
supplier ...



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