Keith Spare (right), president of the South Plaza Neighborhood Association, and Francie Hall, who is legally blind and lives in the neighborhood, are opposed to the removal of the traffic signals now operating at 49th and Main Streets. The developer of the nearby Board of Trade building is pushing for the lights to be removed.
Keith Spare (right), president of the South Plaza Neighborhood Association, and Francie Hall, who is legally blind and lives in the neighborhood, are opposed to the removal of the traffic signals now operating at 49th and Main Streets. The developer of the nearby Board of Trade building is pushing for the lights to be removed. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Keith Spare (right), president of the South Plaza Neighborhood Association, and Francie Hall, who is legally blind and lives in the neighborhood, are opposed to the removal of the traffic signals now operating at 49th and Main Streets. The developer of the nearby Board of Trade building is pushing for the lights to be removed. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

The battle at 49th & Main: Should stoplights be removed?

August 01, 2016 01:20 PM

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