Kidding . . . Kind of.
However . . . There are other "problematic" markers out there that locals activists might discover in their next round of protests.
For now, we celebrate a local tradition and notice that about half of local KCMO-operated fountains remain shut down.
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The Kansas City Parks and Rec Department will turn on about 50 publicly operated fountains now that the weather is warmer.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
CODY: TRADITION RETURNS IN A BIG WAY LATER THIS WEEK IN THE CITY OF FOUNTAINS. FOUNTAIN DAY IS TUESDAY IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. A TIME WHEN MORE THAN 40 OF ETH CITY'S PUBLICLY-OWNED FOUNTAINS COME ALIVE FOR THE SEASON. U YO KNOW, THERE'S A LOT OF WORK THAT GOES INTO PULLING TSHI OFF, AND A HEFTY PRICE TAG.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A springtime tradition returns Tuesday morning when leaders in Kansas City, Missouri, flip the switch to activate city-owned fountains on what is dubbed Fountain Day. Tuesday's ceremony takes place at 10 a.m. at the Northland Fountain located in Anita B. Gorman Park. The ceremony will pay tribute to Gorman.
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