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  • Mayor Sly James gives details on $800 million 'GO' bond proposal

    Kansas City Mayor Sly James held a Town Hall recently to discuss the city’s $800 million general obligation bond proposal that will be for voters to decide on the April 4 ballot. Dan Coffey of Citizens for Responsible Government had a few observations and concerns about the bond proposal.

Kansas City Mayor Sly James held a Town Hall recently to discuss the city’s $800 million general obligation bond proposal that will be for voters to decide on the April 4 ballot. Dan Coffey of Citizens for Responsible Government had a few observations and concerns about the bond proposal. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Mayor Sly James held a Town Hall recently to discuss the city’s $800 million general obligation bond proposal that will be for voters to decide on the April 4 ballot. Dan Coffey of Citizens for Responsible Government had a few observations and concerns about the bond proposal. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

Editorial: Vote ‘yes’ on bond isssue for a better Kansas City

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