The Kansas City Council is debating asking voters to support a big bond proposal to pay for infrastructure projects including road resurfacing.
The Kansas City Council is debating asking voters to support a big bond proposal to pay for infrastructure projects including road resurfacing. File photo by Lynn Horsley lhorsley@kcstar.com
The Kansas City Council is debating asking voters to support a big bond proposal to pay for infrastructure projects including road resurfacing. File photo by Lynn Horsley lhorsley@kcstar.com

KC Council kicks off debate on bonds for streets, sidewalks and flood control

November 10, 2016 05:17 PM

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