Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (May 29 – June 5)

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Last week, the Midtown KC Post brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about payday loan reform, the Center for Neighborhoods, and the history of Armour and Tracy.

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As a federal agency came to Kansas City to consider changes to payday loan laws, local folks crowded Barney Allis Plaza in support of reform.

Broadway Boulevard was closed from 27th to 31st Street and is expected to remain closed until the end of July.

And the newly-opened Center for Neighborhoods began work with its first class for neighborhoods.

Our Monday history feature was a Memorial Day tribute to pioneer George Segewick and the block where he once lived, from Tracy to Virginia, from Armour Boulevard to W. 36th Street.

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