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  • Take a short tour and see some of Kansas City's sidewalk woes

    The $150 million in planned sidewalk repairs on the April 4 election ballot would take homeowners off the hook for the cost of repairs, but the city will have to convince Kansas City voters the work is critical and can be done fairly across the city.

Take a short tour and see some of Kansas City's sidewalk woes

The $150 million in planned sidewalk repairs on the April 4 election ballot would take homeowners off the hook for the cost of repairs, but the city will have to convince Kansas City voters the work is critical and can be done fairly across the city.
Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star