Saturday, August 1, 2009

And some more...

On Thursday, July 30, a resolution and two ordinances needed to permit construction of the Kansas City Missouri Temple went before the Kansas City Council. The Council adopted the resolution and passed the two ordinances on to the next phase of the approval process.

During the Planning and Zoning Committee meeting the day before, the project representatives noted that the Church wished to begin site construction by the end of this year with construction on the temple beginning likely in April or May of next year, though no groundbreaking date has been announced. Please follow the link below to watch video of the proceedings.

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE MEETING VIDEO:http://kansascity.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=3530

You really ought to watch the video...it is fascinating and you will have a great view of the proposed temple site. Now we can imagine what it will be like!!

6 comments:

Dennis and Cherise said...

Yippie! I'm so Excited for you wonderful Kansas City Latter-Day Saints! I wish I could be there with you guys to watch the Temple be built; I am sure millions upon millions will be Blessed because of The Temple that will soon stand on that empty lot!
Hugs
Cherise

Here at home said...

I'm so excited to hear this. It just can't come fast enough, can it.

Danyelle Ferguson said...

I really enjoyed the video! I've been following the proceedings. It was awesome to see the layout and really figure out where the temple is going to be located. Thank you for the link!

Sam said...

Two spires, reminiscent of Manti or Logan.
Just shy of 40,000 sq. ft.

KC Mom said...

I talked with Bro. Barzee and he saw preliminary plans for the temple. He said he saw the two spires and it reminded him of Manti as well...just not as ornate. Sounds like it will be very well organized as well. Pretty exciting!

Kelli said...

Thanks for the link!!! Very interesting. Next time i drive by there, i will go a little further down that street and see where i think the temple will be.

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