Kansas City Mayor Sly James met Thursday with the new Missouri Senate Republican caucus to discuss the city’s economic development progress and James’ thoughts on education, housing and a smart connected city. James said it didn’t seem like the legislature would continue targeting the city’s earnings tax next year.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James met Thursday with the new Missouri Senate Republican caucus to discuss the city’s economic development progress and James’ thoughts on education, housing and a smart connected city. James said it didn’t seem like the legislature would continue targeting the city’s earnings tax next year. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Mayor Sly James met Thursday with the new Missouri Senate Republican caucus to discuss the city’s economic development progress and James’ thoughts on education, housing and a smart connected city. James said it didn’t seem like the legislature would continue targeting the city’s earnings tax next year. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

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