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September 3, 2013 12:00 AM

Proposed land swap between two cities should give Northland dogs a place to run leash-free

The Kansas City Council is poised to approve an ordinance that would let the city acquire the property where one of its most iconic landmarks stands, and the deal also could lead to a new dog park for North Kansas City.

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