Kansas City Luxury Mini-Golf Tees Up Country Club Plaza Legal Dispute

Sadly, it seems that not even the rich white people can get along in KC's iconic entertainment district.

Inspired by hottie Paige . . . Here are just some of the deets from a recent legal dispute this week . . .

The plaintiffs allege a due process violation from the city's "refusal" to provide timely notice — or a public resource allowing for that notice — on administrative plan decisions, which aggrieved parties must appeal within 15 days under city code.

The Plaza owners and Block Real Estate Services contend that the Jack Henry building's addition of Puttery, an upscale mini-golf attraction, "will result in spillover parking into nearby properties and neighborhoods," including in their garages.

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Country Club Plaza owners, Block Real Estate Services sue Kansas City over parking notice - Kansas City Business Journal

The Country Club Plaza's owners and a Block Real Estate Services entity want timely notice to weigh appeals of parking plan decisions made for the Jack Henry building - and recently took Kansas City to court to ensure they get it.