City of Kansas City, Mo.

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Author
Stuart Gano
Description
Updated daily. Dangerous Buildings are scored according to several objective criteria. The higher the score, the more likely it is that the City will be forced to demolish the property, and the shorter the timeline the property owner has to avoid this. Non-emergency cases start with the owner being given a 30 day Order to Repair or Demolish.
Category
Property
Tags
neighborhood, dangerous buildings, demolition, property, bdkc
Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Data Provided By
KCMO Neighborhoods and Housing Services
Source Link
http://kcmo.org/CKCMO/Depts/NeighborhoodsandHousingServices/HousingPreservation/DangerousBuildings/
License
Public Domain
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Field Names:

Case Number
casenumber
Address
address
ZIP Code
zip_code
Case Opened
case_opened
Kiva PIN
kivapin
Status of Case
statusofcase
Location
location
Neighborhood Census
:@computed_region_kk66_ngf4
Council Districts
:@computed_region_9t2m_phkm
County Boundary
:@computed_region_my34_vmp8
Zip Codes
:@computed_region_w4hf_t6bp

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