GO Bond Question 5 deals with lowering the fine and punishment for marijuana possession.
Question 4 includes a sales tax for economic development for a distressed tract in the inner city.
John Sharp addresses Question 3 regarding a new animal shelter and ADA-compliant buildings.
GO Bond Question 2 deals with Flood Control and will target the Blue River at the 85th St. and 71 Hwy.
John Sharp analyzes Question 1 on the April 4 ballot: infrastructure and sidewalk repair.
The City invests money in 135th St. Phase III and designs for Holmes, Red Bridge and Blue River roads.
Awestruck 13-year-old Drake Taylor shares photos of the glitzy event.
Officials praised the work and thanked the workers and patrons in the ribbon cutting celebration at 135th Street on Monday, October 24.
KCMO City Councilman Scott Taylor with Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Taylor spoke at a Small Business Owners Council session at the DNC Wednesday.
The approximately $230 million the earnings tax generates annually is a little more than the entire budget of the Kansas City Police Department – Mayor Sly James
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