Over the strenuous objections of some major property managers and developers, the Kansas City Council voted 12-1 to require the energy and water use measurements, which are much like mileage disclosures on cars.
Over the strenuous objections of some major property managers and developers, the Kansas City Council voted 12-1 to require the energy and water use measurements, which are much like mileage disclosures on cars. File photo The Kansas City Star
Over the strenuous objections of some major property managers and developers, the Kansas City Council voted 12-1 to require the energy and water use measurements, which are much like mileage disclosures on cars. File photo The Kansas City Star

Kansas City approves requiring owners of large buildings to report energy consumption

June 04, 2015 5:02 PM

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