The Westwood City Council has scheduled a public hearing for May 11 to consider creating a 22-year, 0.9 percent Capital Improvement District sales tax on the Woodside Health and Tennis Club. The club is part of the Woodside Village development south of 47 th Street.
The Westwood City Council has scheduled a public hearing for May 11 to consider creating a 22-year, 0.9 percent Capital Improvement District sales tax on the Woodside Health and Tennis Club. The club is part of the Woodside Village development south of 47 th Street. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
The Westwood City Council has scheduled a public hearing for May 11 to consider creating a 22-year, 0.9 percent Capital Improvement District sales tax on the Woodside Health and Tennis Club. The club is part of the Woodside Village development south of 47 th Street. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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