Here's How Kansas City East Side Tax Funding Fades Fast

Follow-up coverage and a local documentary with soft piano explains how MILLIONS in taxpayer cash still isn't enough to improve the lives of SOME in an urban neighborhood whilst the new gentry thrives nearby and PLENTY of East side small biz hustle their way to success under the radar . . . Check-it:

"In 2017, voters approved a 1/8 percent sales tax with the goal of spurring economic development in disadvantaged neighborhoods of the city. So far, the Central City Economic Development (CCED) sales tax has awarded over $53 million and funded 39 projects. This month, Flatland in Focus investigates these projects and gages their effectiveness in addressing economic disparities in Kansas City."

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