Locals have decided that it's too early to give the new boss any real hassle.
And so, meet and greets aren't really useful but still suffice for community as newsies want to attempt to win influence with a local power player who is at the forefront a political game that's out of their league.
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By Jill Draper and Kathy Feist Repairing potholes and resurfacing streets are two of the key areas in Kansas City's budget that will avoid cuts despite a $70 million shortfall, said city manager Brian Platt at a "6th District After Hours Office Hours" meeting on February 22.