We start the week with a new level of silly promoted by insiders in order to distract from all the homeless trash dumps that they habitually ignore . . .
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"KC Parks and Rec says replacing annuals and grass with native plants can help conserve water and other resources. It's one of several initiatives by the city to combat climate change."
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Kansas City Parks and Recreation employees and volunteers spent all morning Sunday pulling weeds on the Mamie Hughes Bridge to make way for native plants. It's part of a city-wide initiative to replace annual plants along roadways and in parks with native perennials to increase sustainability.