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  • Condo residents hope to make dark Western Auto sign bright again

    The sign atop the historic Western Auto building has been dark for some time. Residents of the building, redeveloped into condos, want to light it up again.

The sign atop the historic Western Auto building has been dark for some time. Residents of the building, redeveloped into condos, want to light it up again. Jill Toyoshiba, Monty Davis and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star
The sign atop the historic Western Auto building has been dark for some time. Residents of the building, redeveloped into condos, want to light it up again. Jill Toyoshiba, Monty Davis and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star

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