Ground was broken May 22 at Main Street and Truman Road for Kansas City’s starter streetcar line. Mayor Sly James listened as John Donnell, a former streetcar driver who recently turned 100, spoke. The group Citizens for Responsible Government has filed a complaint with the Missouri Ethics Commission alleging that public outreach for an engineering study is really electioneering.
Ground was broken May 22 at Main Street and Truman Road for Kansas City’s starter streetcar line. Mayor Sly James listened as John Donnell, a former streetcar driver who recently turned 100, spoke. The group Citizens for Responsible Government has filed a complaint with the Missouri Ethics Commission alleging that public outreach for an engineering study is really electioneering. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Ground was broken May 22 at Main Street and Truman Road for Kansas City’s starter streetcar line. Mayor Sly James listened as John Donnell, a former streetcar driver who recently turned 100, spoke. The group Citizens for Responsible Government has filed a complaint with the Missouri Ethics Commission alleging that public outreach for an engineering study is really electioneering. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Opponents of KC streetcars file ethics complaint, say engineering study is electioneering

June 23, 2014 05:12 PM

UPDATED June 23, 2014 06:13 PM

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