What happened last week in Midtown Kansas City?

Last week in Midtown Kansas City, we looked back at streetcar history, ahead at airport plans, and learned that the effort to save the Tivoli Theater was a success.

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We caught up with one of the remaining drivers from the old Kansas City streetcars, 88-year-old Harold Ambrious.  We also reported on planning for the future of transportation, with an airport commission hearing testimony on KCI’s future.

The status of the red light cameras remained in limbo last week.

On the county level, the Jackson County budget began to take shape.

Santa came to Midtown in a big way, with new Westport event called the Santa Dash and a visit to Santa’s Workshop in Gillham Park.

Why should people consider living in Midtown? We got an expert opinion from two local real estate experts.

The Tivoli Theater reached its fundraising goal to covert to digital projection and keep its doors open. And the Historic Kansas City Foundation put out its call for preservation awards.

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