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    A tour in May gave City Council members and residents a chance to see inside the mothballed Kemper Arena. Steve Foutch, managing partner of the development company Foutch Brothers, outlined his plans to convert the building.

A tour in May gave City Council members and residents a chance to see inside the mothballed Kemper Arena. Steve Foutch, managing partner of the development company Foutch Brothers, outlined his plans to convert the building. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
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