Requests for ballots were due last week for the proposed next phase of Kansas City’s streetcar line. But meeting that deadline was just step one. For the uninitiated, casting a vote for or against streetcar expansion is an onerous undertaking that requires planning, patience and plenty of spare time.
Requests for ballots were due last week for the proposed next phase of Kansas City’s streetcar line. But meeting that deadline was just step one. For the uninitiated, casting a vote for or against streetcar expansion is an onerous undertaking that requires planning, patience and plenty of spare time. File photo
Requests for ballots were due last week for the proposed next phase of Kansas City’s streetcar line. But meeting that deadline was just step one. For the uninitiated, casting a vote for or against streetcar expansion is an onerous undertaking that requires planning, patience and plenty of spare time. File photo

Editorial: Process to expand Kansas City’s streetcar line is exhausting

May 28, 2017 03:30 PM

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