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June 24, 2014 10:22 AM

‘Little Free Libraries’ grow throughout KC area — except in Leawood

About 30 “Little Free Libraries” have popped up in the Kansas City area, but a city ordinance is keeping them from Leawood neighborhoods. One Leawood family plans to challenge the issue at the next City Council meeting.

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