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New Kickapoo Tribal Administration Building Set to Open

(KNZA)--The Kickapoo Tribe will formally dedicate its new $1.6 million tribal administration building Wednesday morning.  

The public is being invited to the grand opening ceremony at 10:00 at the new state of the art complex located at 824 111th Drive on the reservation west of Horton.  

Kickapoo Tribal Chairman Lester Randall says the new building will allow the tribe to better serve its members with centralized operations in an easily accessible location.  

The 13,000-square-foot complex will consolidate several tribal programs that are housed in various buildings on the reservation. The new facility includes a storm shelter and other crisis mitigation components.  

The project was in the planning stages for many years, with groundbreaking formally occurring on November 2nd, 2015.  

Construction of the building was made possible with funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Federal Management Agency, tribal funds and private donations.  

Red Circle Development of Merriam, Kansas was the contractor on the project.

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