What happened last week in Midtown Kansas City?

Last week in the Midtown KC Post, a view of the “city” built in the caves under Midtown, Boulevard Beer is sold, expanding transit options and the sweet potato harvest at the police station.

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In city issues, the mayor weighed in on charter changes, and the council considered a fix for a state law that makes it easy for thieves to shred old cars before the owners know they are gone.

With a vote coming up on a health tax, we showed you the base tax rates for Kansas City and surrounding cities.

As the first fall frost threatened, volunteers dug sweet potatoes from the front of the police department’s Central Patrol Station, a demonstration of using lawn areas to grow food.

Hometown beer maker Boulevard Brewing announced it has been sold to a Belgium brewer.

The Historic Kansas City Foundation offered a tour of the underground city that lies beneath 31st Street.

We profiled the man named transit advocate of the year who is pushing for transit system unity and expansion. And we introduced you to the Kansas City race coordinator whose job it is to make sure events are coordinated and communicated.

On the arts scene, we previewed Day of the Dead activities, and featured new photos of Pablo Picasso  donated to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

We also celebrated our continued growth as the Midtown KC Post hit 3000 Facebook likes.

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