Right now we check more deets on a toy train streetcar extension power play.
Sadly, the report is biased and mostly just promotional garbage put together by former "journalists" who are now paid cheerleaders.
The demise of print journalism isn't too blame, Kansas City is simply getting a glimpse at how easily locals can be manipulated to share a company line . . . Check-it:
The iconic Katz Drug Store at Westport Road and Main Street would be saved as the centerpiece of a 192-unit apartment project proposed by a St. Louis firm, the latest in a wave of streetcar-related development announcements.