The Kansas chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses said last week it was "shocked and disappointed" at a city's imposition of a transportation utility fee on property owners based on how much traffic the property generates.

The plan adopted by the Mission City Council is expected to generate $1.2 million a year. It is scheduled to go into effect in December and would help finance a proposed 10-year, $38 million street improvement program.

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