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    Kansas City is hoping "internet of things" technology will improve municipal services.

Kansas City is hoping "internet of things" technology will improve municipal services. Scott Canon The Kansas City Star
Kansas City is hoping "internet of things" technology will improve municipal services. Scott Canon The Kansas City Star

KC smart-city efforts could save sewers, smooth traffic, fix potholes before they pop

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