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September’s curiousKC Voting Round Focuses On KC’s Urban Planning

Vote On The Question Our Team Investigates Next

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Above image credit: Kansas Citians, we turn to you to select the question to report on next. (Kansas City photograph, 1946 | Library of Congress)

Flatland folks are fascinated by all sorts of environments – including the built environment. The way communities are designed and function affect our lives on a daily basis. That’s why we’re turning to you to select one question in September’s voting round. We present you with four fabulous questions submitted to curiousKC by Kansas Citians about urban planning – past and present.

Past decisions have left lasting impressions on Kansas City, so we have several history questions. The question-askers already know they’re in the running for upcoming reports inspired by their queries. Now I’m curious. What piques your interest? 

Need more information? Reach out to me, Vicky Diaz-Camacho, community reporter and curiousKC liaison. 

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