Kansas City road reconstruction projects are on the list for the first year of general obligation bond projects, following voter approval April 4.
Kansas City road reconstruction projects are on the list for the first year of general obligation bond projects, following voter approval April 4. Kansas City Star file photo
Kansas City road reconstruction projects are on the list for the first year of general obligation bond projects, following voter approval April 4. Kansas City Star file photo

Animal shelter, sidewalks, key roads top the first list of Kansas City bond projects

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