TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! UNCOVERING THE MORNING STAR CONNECTION TO KCPD EAST PATROL EMINENT DOMAIN PUSH BACK!!!
Here's what we know for sure . . .
TKC HAS RECEIVED A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS COMPLAINING ABOUT THE MORNING STAR CONNECTION TO THE EAST PATROL PROJECT THAT HAS USED EMINENT DOMAIN TO CONDEMN PRIVATE PROPERTY!!!
In a complaint that seems like it's destined for local courts there are a number or references to Morning Star connections to this controversial land deal.
THERE ARE ALSO QUESTIONS ABOUT CONFLICT AMONG HIGH RANKING AND INFLUENTIAL CLERICS ON KANSAS CITY'S EASTSIDE!!!
Now here's the image that ties this all together . . .
KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS DON'T LIKE THIS SIGN THAT SHOWS MORNING STAR SOON TO DEVELOP RECENTLY DISPUTED PRIVATE PROPERTY!!!
A great deal of this is part of what they're calling: "The Morningstar Urban Renewal Plan."
From another top secret memo . . . Here are the deets on that development . . .
"The Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority (LCRA) is currently seeking proposals for the preparation of a blight study for the proposed Morningstar Urban Renewal Plan. The proposed boundaries are E. 23rd Street on the north, Prospect Avenue on the east, E. 31st Street on the south, and Brooklyn Avenue on the west. This includes the proposed East Patrol/Crime Lab site, which is bound by E. 26th Street on the north, Prospect Avenue on the east, E. 27th Street on the south, and Brooklyn Avenue on the west; the LCRA would only conduct a basic blight study and would not have the power of eminent domain within this portion of the proposed Morningstar Urban Renewal Plan. The LCRA would conduct a more intensive blight study within the other portions of the proposed Morningstar Urban Renewal Plan. To the north and south of the proposed East Patrol/Crime Lab site. The LCRA would consider amending the existing Urban Renewal Areas located partially or wholly within the proposed Morningstar Urban Renewal Plan to allow for ease of administration."
So, the new site for the Kansas City Police Department East Patrol already seems to be embroiled in neighborhood real estate controversy that could thwart so-called "community cooperation" that so many local politicos believe will help thwart local violence.
DEVELOPING . . .