Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (Sept. 15 – Sept. 21)

playground-dedicationLast week we brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about Midtown school expansion, crime stats and a major show at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

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At city hall, the mayor appointed his second challenge cabinet, charged with helping him with technology, innovation and new ideas.

Police Chief Darryl Forte reported that violent crime is down across the city.

Tipis on the lawn of the Nelson-Atkins Museum and other places around Kansas City signal the opening of the big Plains Indian show.

The University of Kansas Hospital continued to fight for donated livers from the Midwest staying in the Midwest, rather than becoming available to those needing transplants of the east and west coasts.

And Academie Lafayette, the Midtown charter school, broke ground on a six-classroom 7,150 square foot addition that will serve 115 kindergarten through third grade students.

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