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April 29, 2014 5:15 PM

A QuikTrip in my neighborhood? Not so fast, say midtown homes associations

Midtown Kansas City neighborhoods are presenting a united front against a proposal to open a QuikTrip store at 33rd Street and Southwest Trafficway. They worry about the increased traffic, noise and light that a convenience store would generate. A QuikTrip official says the company is still “in the fact-finding stage.”

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