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Secretary Shaun Donovan on Green Impact Zone tour in Kansas City, Missouri. [Secretary Donovan was accompanied on the tour of the urban-core neighborhood, targeted for energy-efficient development under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,  by Missouri Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, White House Urban Affairs Director Adolfo Carrion, Jr.,  Department of Transportation Deputy Secretary John Porcari, and Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council Director Margaret May.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan on Green Impact Zone tour in Kansas City, Missouri. [Secretary Donovan was accompanied on the tour of the urban-core neighborhood, targeted for energy-efficient development under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, by Missouri Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, White House Urban Affairs Director Adolfo Carrion, Jr., Department of Transportation Deputy Secretary John Porcari, and Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council Director Margaret May.]

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Photographer: HUD Staff

Photo Creation Date: 9/9/2009
Secretary Shaun Donovan on Green Impact Zone tour in Kansas City, Missouri. [Secretary Donovan was accompanied on the tour of the urban-core neighborhood, targeted for energy-efficient development under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, by Missouri Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, White House Urban Affairs Director Adolfo Carrion, Jr., Department of Transportation Deputy Secretary John Porcari, and Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council Director Margaret May.]

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