Remember that on Aug. 4, 2017, Kansas City residents passed an ordinance, brought to the city through an initiative petition, that prohibits city officials from moving forward with any streetcar extension without first gaining citywide voter approval. That included any planning or preparation for construction.
Tragically, this group doesn't care enough about Democracy to stop their building plans and NOBODY has stepped up to stop them . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some changes are coming to Kansas City's Historic Riverfront. Port KC has updated plans for a number of development projects near the River Market and Berkley Riverfront Park worth more than $225 million, including an option for affordable housing in the district.