These are the kinds of houses Kansas City needs to tear down.
These are the kinds of houses Kansas City needs to tear down. Courtesy of Police Chief Darryl Forté
These are the kinds of houses Kansas City needs to tear down. Courtesy of Police Chief Darryl Forté

Demolish dangerous buildings and renovate houses to revive Kansas City

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