Renovating the Linwood Shopping Center is on a long list of improvements sought for Kansas City’s core. A group of petitioners is asking Kansas City voters to approve a sales tax that would be used to spur economic development in an area bounded by Ninth Street to the north, Gregory Boulevard to the south, the Paseo to the west, and Indiana Avenue to the east. The Prospect Avenue corridor is the prime focus.
Renovating the Linwood Shopping Center is on a long list of improvements sought for Kansas City’s core. A group of petitioners is asking Kansas City voters to approve a sales tax that would be used to spur economic development in an area bounded by Ninth Street to the north, Gregory Boulevard to the south, the Paseo to the west, and Indiana Avenue to the east. The Prospect Avenue corridor is the prime focus. File photo by The Star
Renovating the Linwood Shopping Center is on a long list of improvements sought for Kansas City’s core. A group of petitioners is asking Kansas City voters to approve a sales tax that would be used to spur economic development in an area bounded by Ninth Street to the north, Gregory Boulevard to the south, the Paseo to the west, and Indiana Avenue to the east. The Prospect Avenue corridor is the prime focus. File photo by The Star

Here’s basic information about the sales tax question on Kansas City’s April 4 ballot

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