Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (June 12-June 19)

church-from-streetLast week, the Midtown KC Post brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about redevelopment plans in Midtown and the east side, the streetcar expansion proposal, and the history of 30th and Troost.

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The city council moved forward with plans for redevelopment the Linwood Shopping Center in an effort to boost the east side.

In Westport, the Westport Presbyterian Church prepared for its rededication after a 2011 fire. And a developer continued meeting with Westport neighbors to discuss replacing the notorious XO Club with an extended stay hotel.

A court set a hearing date for testimony on the proposed expansion of the streetcar system to Midtown.

Jackson County prosecutors announced a Kansas City man has been charged in connection with a series of Midtown armed robberies.

In our Monday history feature, we looked back at the block around the historic Campbell Bakery Company site at 30th and Troost.

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