A petition drive aimed at putting a new privately-financed KCI terminal on the November ballot is unnecessary, because the City Council is now studying different financing models. And it’s dangerous, because it confuses an already confusing situation.
A petition drive aimed at putting a new privately-financed KCI terminal on the November ballot is unnecessary, because the City Council is now studying different financing models. And it’s dangerous, because it confuses an already confusing situation. File photo The Kansas City Star
A petition drive aimed at putting a new privately-financed KCI terminal on the November ballot is unnecessary, because the City Council is now studying different financing models. And it’s dangerous, because it confuses an already confusing situation. File photo The Kansas City Star

Editorial: How a misguided petition could throw a wrench in the KCI debate

July 11, 2017 05:44 PM