A new survey shows Kansas City’s infrastructure questions on Tuesday’s ballot are too close to call. Question 1 would provide $600 million for street, bridge and sidewalk upgrades.
A new survey shows Kansas City’s infrastructure questions on Tuesday’s ballot are too close to call. Question 1 would provide $600 million for street, bridge and sidewalk upgrades. Kansas City Star file photo
A new survey shows Kansas City’s infrastructure questions on Tuesday’s ballot are too close to call. Question 1 would provide $600 million for street, bridge and sidewalk upgrades. Kansas City Star file photo

New poll shows Kansas City infrastructure questions too close to call

April 03, 2017 09:35 AM

UPDATED April 03, 2017 11:02 AM

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