TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! WITNESS ANOTHER VOICE AGAINST THE WAL★OCAUST IN WALDO AND WORRIED OVER THE FUTURE OF WORNALL!!!
Kansas City neighborhoods have been ignored by elected officials and the political elite in this town for quite some time. However, as much as anything else the people of Kansas City are worried about living conditions and the impact of political choices on their quality of life close to home.
To wit . . .
LET'S START THIS SATURDAY WITH A BIT MORE COMMUNITY CONCERN REGARDING THE POSSIBILITY OF A BIG-ASS BOX STORE IN WALDO!!!
Check this important testimony . . .
"I appreciate your time and investment in informing the families of Waldo of what the School District is contemplating. I do not want to see Wal-Mart coming into the neighborhood just like it bothers me tremendously seeing all these used car lots up and down Wornall. Wornall, between 75th and 85th street looks horrible. No landscaping doesn’t help either. When you look at the businesses that have opened up in the last ten years, it begins to worry me about how safe this neighborhood is going to be and just what kind of clientele will be visiting. Personally, I would prefer the school be torn down and make it a practice field for sports. The more green, the better the neighborhood will look."
To try and be fair . . . Folks on the opposite side of this issue cite other biz in the area which seems just as bad if not worse than the cheap Chinese product distributor.
And even this AWESOME TKC READER PERSPECTIVE admits that the argument in Waldo regarding the so-called "WAL★OCAUST" is really about too much consumer biz density and lack of green space in one of our last Kansas City working class enclaves.
Finally, . . . Many reveal that this discussion has more than a few racial and economic undertones . . . Let's face it, if the cheap box store goes up in Waldo - TKC will spend a lot more time in that part of town. So let's not ignore the fact that many people don't want more broke-ass Kansas City denizens in Waldo than those already picking up scripts @ CVS.
And so, neighborhood concerns might be ignored at City Hall but that doesn't stop a great many Kansas City residents from working to protect the areas around their homes from threats both foreign, domestic and quite affordable.
DEVELOPING . . .