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  • Brookside residents detail flooding woes

    Brookside resident Lea Murphy talks about dealing with serious flooding in her basement from torrential rains in recent years. The city is proposing an $800 million general obligation bond package on the April 4 ballot that includes $150 million for flood control in Brookside and throughout the city.

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Brookside resident Lea Murphy talks about dealing with serious flooding in her basement from torrential rains in recent years. The city is proposing an $800 million general obligation bond package on the April 4 ballot that includes $150 million for flood control in Brookside and throughout the city.
Allison Long and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star