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  • Priorities For KC East Side Development

    A civic partnership called KC-CUR aims to revitalize three priority areas of Kansas City's East Side: parts of Troost Avenue, the Prospect Corridor, and the Ivanhoe neighborhood.

A civic partnership called KC-CUR aims to revitalize three priority areas of Kansas City's East Side: parts of Troost Avenue, the Prospect Corridor, and the Ivanhoe neighborhood. Lynn Horsley lhorsley@kcstar.com
A civic partnership called KC-CUR aims to revitalize three priority areas of Kansas City's East Side: parts of Troost Avenue, the Prospect Corridor, and the Ivanhoe neighborhood. Lynn Horsley lhorsley@kcstar.com

KC civic partnership aims to give ‘kick in the pants’ to East Side development

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