Kansas City voters may be asked this spring to borrow $800 million for public improvements to help fix the city’s crumbling infrastructure.
Kansas City voters may be asked this spring to borrow $800 million for public improvements to help fix the city’s crumbling infrastructure. File photo
Kansas City voters may be asked this spring to borrow $800 million for public improvements to help fix the city’s crumbling infrastructure. File photo

Haggling over $800 million bond package threatens voter approval in Kansas City

January 17, 2017 04:45 PM

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