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  • Brookside residents detail flooding woes

    Brookside resident Lea Murphy talks about dealing with serious flooding in her basement from torrential rains in recent years. The city is proposing an $800 million general obligation bond package on the April 4 ballot that includes $150 million for flood control in Brookside and throughout the city.

Brookside resident Lea Murphy talks about dealing with serious flooding in her basement from torrential rains in recent years. The city is proposing an $800 million general obligation bond package on the April 4 ballot that includes $150 million for flood control in Brookside and throughout the city. Allison Long and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star
Brookside resident Lea Murphy talks about dealing with serious flooding in her basement from torrential rains in recent years. The city is proposing an $800 million general obligation bond package on the April 4 ballot that includes $150 million for flood control in Brookside and throughout the city. Allison Long and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star

Does your street, basement or business flood? Kansas City voters to decide on solutions

March 15, 2017 02:17 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2017 04:21 PM