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  • The Star's Editorial Board with Mark Holland & David Alvey, candidates for Unified Government mayor

    In a Facebook Live broadcast Oct. 25, 2017, Star Editorial Board members talked with incumbent Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kan. Mayor Mark Holland and challenger David Alvey, a dean at Rockhurst High School and member of the Board of Public Utilities. In this clip, the candidates respond to a question about the future of Unified Government property taxes.

The Star's Editorial Board with Mark Holland & David Alvey, candidates for Unified Government mayor

In a Facebook Live broadcast Oct. 25, 2017, Star Editorial Board members talked with incumbent Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kan. Mayor Mark Holland and challenger David Alvey, a dean at Rockhurst High School and member of the Board of Public Utilities. In this clip, the candidates respond to a question about the future of Unified Government property taxes.
Beth Welsh, Colleen McCain Nelson and Steve Kraske The Kansas City Star