“It’s not that people don’t want to develop on the East Side. It’s that they can’t get a return on investment,” said Mayor Sly James of Kansas City, shown at a recent public appearance.
“It’s not that people don’t want to develop on the East Side. It’s that they can’t get a return on investment,” said Mayor Sly James of Kansas City, shown at a recent public appearance. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
“It’s not that people don’t want to develop on the East Side. It’s that they can’t get a return on investment,” said Mayor Sly James of Kansas City, shown at a recent public appearance. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

Proposal aims to encourage development in Kansas City’s poorest areas

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