Recap: last week in Midtown Kansas City (Feb. 1- Feb. 8)

untitled-(26-of-26)Last week we brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about taxi cab regulation, an increase in car theft, and the history of North Hyde Park.

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At city hall, a controversial proposed taxicab code rewrite continued to stir controversy.

Police once again warned Midtown residents to be careful about leaving cars to warm up in driveways: it not only has led to increased thefts but it is illegal.

Our real estate experts recapped the year 2014 and what it meant to buyers and sellers.

In our regular history feature, we looked back at a block of North Hyde Park, the 35oo block of Campbell, about which we didn’t find much information. We’re still hoping you have some history of the block to share with Midtown readers.

In other history, the Kansas City chapter of the Sons of the Revolution raised a toast for the last time, but set up a fund that will carry its legacy into the future.

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