Legal fight brewing over KC’s trash policy for many apartments, condos (MO)

Free trash pickup has been one of the big selling points with Kansas City’s 1 percent earnings tax, from the 1970s to just this month, when voters overwhelmingly approved the tax renewal. It has been a major convenience for city residents of single-family homes. But for owners of multi-family buildings, a different approach to trash has applied, and that’s at the heart of a brewing legal fight.       Read the article………….


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