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Raytown is a reasonably well-to-do city in Jackson County, Missouri. Raytown is home to 30,000 residents who love to visit places like Super Splash USA water park in the summer. Raytown hosts a number of annual festivals and street fairs like the Show-Me Gourd Festival.
Raytown is a popular suburb of Kansas City among professionals and is home to many reputable lawyers. Lawyers in Raytown advise residents on a wide variety of cases like immigration, bankruptcy, automobile injury, divorce, and criminal cases such as DWI and felony charges.
Recently, Raytown was awarded a piece of the $17 million AT&T will have to pay to 10 total Kansas City area municipalities. AT&T was named the defendant in the lawsuit that alleged they were underpaid their 2004 business taxes. Raytown will get $483,000 from AT&T while a staggering $12.5 million will go to Kansas City and Independence to settle the class action lawsuit. Raytown official reported that the money will go directly back into financially strapped city municipalities and programs.
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