Kansas City officials are looking into asking voters to approve an $800 million bond plan in 2017. It could include repaired sidewalks along with new ones.
Kansas City officials are looking into asking voters to approve an $800 million bond plan in 2017. It could include repaired sidewalks along with new ones. FRED BLOCHER File photo
Kansas City officials are looking into asking voters to approve an $800 million bond plan in 2017. It could include repaired sidewalks along with new ones. FRED BLOCHER File photo

City Hall has to set top priorities to justify $800 million in higher taxes

October 01, 2016 12:43 PM

UPDATED October 01, 2016 12:43 PM

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