“On Kemper Arena in the West Bottoms of Kansas City, we must not destroy such a beautiful and excellent building. For one thing, that land isn’t in all that high demand,” writes Elizabeth Cook of Shawnee. “The entire world saves good buildings, many not nearly as good as Kemper Arena or in as good a shape.”
“On Kemper Arena in the West Bottoms of Kansas City, we must not destroy such a beautiful and excellent building. For one thing, that land isn’t in all that high demand,” writes Elizabeth Cook of Shawnee. “The entire world saves good buildings, many not nearly as good as Kemper Arena or in as good a shape.” File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
“On Kemper Arena in the West Bottoms of Kansas City, we must not destroy such a beautiful and excellent building. For one thing, that land isn’t in all that high demand,” writes Elizabeth Cook of Shawnee. “The entire world saves good buildings, many not nearly as good as Kemper Arena or in as good a shape.” File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Letter of the Week: Don’t demolish Kemper Arena

September 07, 2014 6:50 PM

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