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October 14, 2013 2:09 PM

Five years on, Power & Light District puts a charge into downtown revival

The downtown revival doesn’t mean that Kansas City still couldn’t be mismanaged and become a Detroit. Taxpayer dollars and incentives should always be used judiciously. But 25 years from now, I bet Kansas Citians will look at the Power & Light District and be glad it’s there.

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