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    Wayne St. Vincent, Barry Harbor neighborhood board member, discusses why his neighborhood and others oppose a mixed-income housing development proposed for Northwest Barry Road and Platte Purchase Drive. They fear the impact on crime and housing values and want commercial development there instead.

Wayne St. Vincent, Barry Harbor neighborhood board member, discusses why his neighborhood and others oppose a mixed-income housing development proposed for Northwest Barry Road and Platte Purchase Drive. They fear the impact on crime and housing values and want commercial development there instead. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Wayne St. Vincent, Barry Harbor neighborhood board member, discusses why his neighborhood and others oppose a mixed-income housing development proposed for Northwest Barry Road and Platte Purchase Drive. They fear the impact on crime and housing values and want commercial development there instead. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

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