Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (March 22 – March 29)

untitled-(247-of-260)Last week we brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about recycling, urban gardening and the debate over liquor cards.

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At city hall, debate over a proposal to eliminate the city permit cards required for anyone working with liquor continued.

The city council approved a measure declaring the Kemper Arena surplus property and directing the city manager to take the first steps toward selling it.

As it starts its third year, the Giving Grove has planted 754 trees that will produce more than 200,000 pounds of fruit annually for hungry people in the city.

Several Midtown KC Post readers recently asked whether its ok to put waxed milk cartons in our blue recycling bins, and we got them an answer.

In our weekly look at the history of one block of Midtown, we featured the area from 52nd Street south to Concord Avenue, and Wyandotte Street east to Main Street, part of the Countryside neighborhood.

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