Ultimately, Locascio said, the center's success will depend heavily on partnerships that add more housing - including drafted plans for some renovated apartments, and using vacant Land Bank property to build cottage housing.
"If I knew you didn't want to do sports with kids, I would have assigned you to pick up trash on the highway," Mr. Locascio told Johnson during a 20-minute hearing, according to The Kansas City Star. "That's what we typically have defendants do."
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