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curiousKC | Your Questions On Homelessness Are Up For A Vote

What Issue Should Our Reporters Investigate Next?

Lulu Livingston explains how the unhoused community survives, despite having to constantly move around the city. Lulu Livingston explains how the unhoused community survives, despite having to constantly move around the city. (Vicky Diaz-Camacho | Flatland)
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Flatland reporters have been tracking housing insecurity, evictions, affordable housing and homelessness for years. 

In the past two years, Flatland has made a concerted effort to dig deeper to better understand root problems and the impact on the Kansas City community. Then at the height of the pandemic — which continues to rage today — these issues and solutions have become even more urgent. 

That was the focus in “Houseless in KC,” episode 2 of The Flatland Show. In response, many of our viewers sent in questions that sought even more information on leadership action, available resources and whether transportation has a role to play. 

This is where we put our next steps in your hands. You decide. Which of the following should our team answer? 

Vicky Diaz-Camacho covers community affairs for Kansas City PBS.

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