Tue July 16, 2013
Top Of The Morning News: July 16, 2013
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and many fields around Kansas City feel the benefits of last year’s Major League Baseball All Star game. Ten recommendations are issued for arts and culture in Kansas City. KCP&L says solar rebates won’t end in the Kansas City area.
The Major League Baseball All-Star game returned to Kauffman Stadium in 2012 after a 39-year absence. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig said in 2010 a footprint would be left in Kansas City long after the All-Star game’s last out. But, besides the memories, what is Kansas City left with after hosting the mid-summer classic?
The draft report, revealed in the auditorium at the Kansas City Public Library's Plaza branch, includes 10 goals, with strategies based on public input and subcommittees of the Mayor’s Task Force for the Arts.
Kansas City Power and Light says it has tried to ease the sting of its request to Missouri regulators for suspension of some popular solar rebates. The stated utility plan would keep the bulk of Kansas City inside payment territory.