High-priced real estate is a now a sketchy proposition in Kansas City as rising crime and pending municipal bankruptcy make living in this violent cowtown even more challenging.
However . . . There are new amenities on the way for the upper-middle-class and their toys.
Check this effort which hopes to plug into a luxury car trend and charge up the cowtown economy . . . Read more:
Kansas City plans to piggyback electric vehicle charging on existing streetlights as a way to improve access in areas currently lacking charging options. The federally funded pilot project is being led by the nonprofit Metropolitan Energy Center, whose partners include the city and utility Evergy.