Chuck Caisley (from left) of Kansas City Power & Light; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Dennis Murphey, the city’s chief environmental officer; and Jim Heeter, Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, came together downtown on June 27 to talk about the new Kansas City Energy Initiative.
Chuck Caisley (from left) of Kansas City Power & Light; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Dennis Murphey, the city’s chief environmental officer; and Jim Heeter, Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, came together downtown on June 27 to talk about the new Kansas City Energy Initiative. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Chuck Caisley (from left) of Kansas City Power & Light; Kansas City Mayor Sly James; Dennis Murphey, the city’s chief environmental officer; and Jim Heeter, Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, came together downtown on June 27 to talk about the new Kansas City Energy Initiative. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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