Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit being tried in court this week. Apartment owners say they pay the earnings tax and are entitled to trash rebate payments from the city, but city officials disagree and say the payments are no longer justified.
Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit being tried in court this week. Apartment owners say they pay the earnings tax and are entitled to trash rebate payments from the city, but city officials disagree and say the payments are no longer justified. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit being tried in court this week. Apartment owners say they pay the earnings tax and are entitled to trash rebate payments from the city, but city officials disagree and say the payments are no longer justified. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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