Kansas City infrastructure moving to Green

Here is a post on the Smart Growth America web site:

City officials in Kansas City recently announced that they have completed an $80 million green infrastructure investment, which includes new rain gardens, curb extensions, and other green solutions. But the green infrastructure completed so far is just a start. Over the next two decades, Kansas City plans to spend nearly $4.5 billion to implement its sewer overflow control plan, the largest capital project in the city’s history.

Here is another article, Green Infrrastructure Passes KC Test, posted on Sustainabilty City Network web site.