Bentley leads the charge in mowing lot of vacant building in Warrensburg

Tarl Bentley mows the lot that was formerly the home of Aaron’s at 121 E. Cooper Boulevard in Warrensburg. Bentley started the project on June 7 by using his push mower before he was joined later on by Michael Slavych and Zack Pearson. Bentley referenced a complaint about the city on Sunday on social media as the reason for helping mow the tall grass that had grown up at the vacant building. Bentley said the project took two days to complete, Sunday and Monday, June 8.

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