New City Beautiful Movement: Restoring KC’s Parks and Boulevards

Flatland KC wrote about a study that pushes for more a equitable investment citywide

The University of Missouri-Kansas City Center for Neighborhoods opened in April of 2016. While it is still fairly new, the center currently works with 67 neighborhood associations across the city. Writer Mawa Iqbal interviewed Director Dina Newman, who refers to the center as a “one stop shop” for neighborhood associations seeking resources to go back to their communities and do the work that needs to be done.  Read the full article.

Published: Aug 5, 2020

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