The city council revised Kansas City's billboard restrictions yesterday. The changes will allow billboard companies to move a billboard a short distance rather than have it torn down if it is condemned for a public works project.
The Kansas City city council approved about $2 million in spending on a proposed downtown streetcar line Thursday, declaring that enthusiasm has not been dampened by failure to get a $25 million federal grant.
Monday marked the launch of the City of Kansas City, Mo.'s new community notification service. Called Nixle, the service will provide neighborhood-specific information down to the 1/4-mile via emails and text messages.
A first look at the proposed budget for Johnson County shows no property tax increase. Ameristar Casino is looking to raise the sales tax on its customers and use the money for improvements. That and more news from KCUR.
Kansas City, Missouri finally has a pension deal with MAST ambulance employees. Or more accurately, two pension deals. And an overall contract deal is in the works with Firefighters Local 42, but not official yet.