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Residents, city employees and volunteers worked at the Marlborough Community Coalition's third annual Fall Clean Sweep. As many as 600 tires came in during the first hour of the four-hour event. Mark Davis The Kansas City Star
Residents, city employees and volunteers worked at the Marlborough Community Coalition's third annual Fall Clean Sweep. As many as 600 tires came in during the first hour of the four-hour event. Mark Davis The Kansas City Star

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