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PUBLIC WORKS? THE COST OF OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE

Public Works: The State of Our Metro's Infrastructure

  • Aired: 04/28/2017
  • 58:11
  • Rating: NR
Nick Haines moderates a discussion with Kansas City policymakers about what city leaders call a $4 billion headache – the cost of fixing a crumbling sewer and stormwater system and deteriorating roads and bridges. The panel includes Troy Schulte, City Manager; Brian Kidwell, MODOT; Joe Reardon, Greater KC Chamber President & CEO; Quinton Lucas, KCMO Councilman & Patrick Tuohey, Show-Me Institute.
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Nick Haines moderates a townhall discussion about the metro's infrastructure needs.
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