Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one apartment owner who is mad that he is paying the earnings tax but no longer gets trash service rebates from the city, something he used to receive. A lawsuit is heating up over whether Kansas City has to provide the rebate for apartment owners.
Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one apartment owner who is mad that he is paying the earnings tax but no longer gets trash service rebates from the city, something he used to receive. A lawsuit is heating up over whether Kansas City has to provide the rebate for apartment owners. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Dennis Walker, owner of Stadium View Apartments in Kansas City, is one apartment owner who is mad that he is paying the earnings tax but no longer gets trash service rebates from the city, something he used to receive. A lawsuit is heating up over whether Kansas City has to provide the rebate for apartment owners. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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