By some estimates it would take $12 million or more to get rid of the backlog of dangerous or abandoned structures in Kansas City.
By some estimates it would take $12 million or more to get rid of the backlog of dangerous or abandoned structures in Kansas City. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
By some estimates it would take $12 million or more to get rid of the backlog of dangerous or abandoned structures in Kansas City. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

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