A drive around town offers a very real sign that 12th & Oak initiatives are mostly junk.
Take a look . . .
In December, the city passed a resolution giving it permission to help the Missouri Department of Transportation clean up state roads and report back within 60 days.
That came and went, and drivers said there's little difference.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas Citians have probably noticed more trash along our roads and interstates that isn't getting cleaned up. What you may not know is city leaders are at odds with state transportation officials on how to fix it. "There's a lot of trash, debris, all around the city," Ron Stockwell said.