Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City

arts barLast week in Midtown Kansas City, the Midtown KC Post reported on new information in the KCI airport debate, advice on staying safe in Midtown, and local nightlife on Broadway.

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In the ongoing discussion of whether it makes sense to build a new airport, experts weighed in, saying a new facility would be affordable. In other city news, the mayor appointed an advisory group to consider developing a streetcar line along the Country Club Right-of-Way south of the Plaza through Waldo and Brookside.

Our Kansas City real estate experts offered homeowners and potential buyers some tips on staying safe. Meanwhile, the police department again warned residents of the dangers of leaving a car warming in the driveway or on the street.

Neighbors of a Catholic dormitory proposed for 52nd and Troost met with the developer, but complained they have little information as a rezoning change goes to the city. And the West Plaza neighborhood celebrated another year of success and honored its volunteer of the year.

We checked in on several local arts venues, including the Broadway Jazz Club and the Uptown Arts Bar.

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