Tell the EPA: Don’t leave downtown in favor of sprawl!
Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced plans to move its Kansas regional offices out of downtown Kansas City, KS, to an office park nearly 20 miles outside of the city.
The EPA’s decision contradicts its own mission, hurts employees, hurts Kansas City and wastes taxpayer dollars. Leaving downtown in favor of sprawl will hurt both the environment and the economy of the region.
Speak out for smart growth: Tell the Environmental Protection Agency and the General Services Administration to stay in downtown Kansas City, KS. Send a letter to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and GSA Commissioner Robert Peck using the form below.