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The Local Investment Commission (LINC) is a non-profit organization that works with state and local government, businesses, community and civic leaders to improve the lives of children and families in the Kansas City region.
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Community groups are planning to kick off the 2016 tax season with a community event on Saturday, Jan. 30, 10 am to 4 pm, at Union Station.
Those attending will have an opportunity to have their taxes completed for free (incomes of $53,000 or below).
Fifty snowmen have been placed in the community around Wheatley Elementary School in Kansas City Public Schools. "Kindness is COOL" reads the sticker placed on the snowmen to encourage positivityand awareness in the community.
Kansas City area residents are invited to The Crime Caucus: A Citizen Summit on Crime to explore and discuss issues regarding the increase in crime and how to make neighborhoods safer. Atteendees will also be the first to view extended scenes from the latest K.C.P.T. documentary: Our Divided City.
The City of Kansas City has appointed 250,000 dollars to create sidewalks around Maplewood Elementary on 52nd Street and Freemont Ave. in the North Kansas City School District. Sidewalks would allow a safer route to and from school for students.