TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY EASTSIDE POLITICAL LEADERSHIP SEARCH FOR A CANDIDATE TO CHALLENGE PASTOR BROOKS!!!
Throughout Kansas City frustration with the City Council seems to be the order of the day.
The current slate of elected leaders might be more united and supportive one another but their camaraderie hasn't translated into much progress for Kansas City neighborhoods.
In fact, dissatisfaction with City Council seems to be a common theme in every district.
To wit . . .
CHECK OUT THE LATEST WORD REGARDING WHAT COULD BE A CHALLENGE TO COUNCILMAN AND PASTOR BROOKS FROM AN EXCELLENT EASTSIDE TIPSTER AND POLITICAL INSIDER!!!
As elections get closer, it's important for 5th District residents to take note of this criticism and its implications:
"Councilman Brooks has been a major disappointment and totally ineffective. At this point he has no accomplishments. If we can identify a good candidate we will challenge him. He spends a lot of time whining about the last election . . . He's still angry that many of us in the Urban Summit and Freedom Inc supported Ken Bacchus. That was an easy choice because Bacchus had served 2 successful terms on the council, knows housing & economic development, and our community needed expertise in those areas on the council after the failures & deficiencies of Sharon Sanders Brooks, Melba Curls and Terry Riley. We don't understand why he's still upset over the last election. He won. He seems to be a sore winner who lacks the character to be magnanimous in victory. So far he is a cipher on the council having achieved little for his constituents. Hopefully, there will be some accountability, ala Sharon Sanders Brooks and Sandra McFadden Weaver, both of whom were thrown out after 1 term of doing nothing."
In fairness, I'll wait for anybody who can tell me ANYTHING that Councilman Brooks has accomplished during his tenure . . . But I won't hold my breath.
DEVELOPING . . .