Leaders are figuring out how to spend the one-eighth-cent citywide sales tax increase that Kansas City voters approved last April to pay for economic development efforts in neglected neighborhoods.
Leaders are figuring out how to spend the one-eighth-cent citywide sales tax increase that Kansas City voters approved last April to pay for economic development efforts in neglected neighborhoods. Shane Keyser File photo
Leaders are figuring out how to spend the one-eighth-cent citywide sales tax increase that Kansas City voters approved last April to pay for economic development efforts in neglected neighborhoods. Shane Keyser File photo

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