Pendleton Heights resident Merrie Ford is upset that some neighbors have to comply with the rules, but the Kansas City Historic Preservation Commission waives the standards for others. The commission is allowing the former Don Bosco charter school, which is being renovated by another charter school, to erect chain link fencing around part of the building. The fence around the school now is a construction fence.
Pendleton Heights resident Merrie Ford is upset that some neighbors have to comply with the rules, but the Kansas City Historic Preservation Commission waives the standards for others. The commission is allowing the former Don Bosco charter school, which is being renovated by another charter school, to erect chain link fencing around part of the building. The fence around the school now is a construction fence. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Pendleton Heights resident Merrie Ford is upset that some neighbors have to comply with the rules, but the Kansas City Historic Preservation Commission waives the standards for others. The commission is allowing the former Don Bosco charter school, which is being renovated by another charter school, to erect chain link fencing around part of the building. The fence around the school now is a construction fence. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

School’s proposed chain link fence bothers residents of historic KC neighborhood

June 23, 2014 06:45 PM

UPDATED June 23, 2014 09:38 PM

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