TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY PUSHES EVICTION TO MAKE WAY FOR THE NEW KCPD EAST PATROL AMID A SNOW STATE OF EMERGENCY!!!
Kansas City is preparing for a SNOW EMERGENCY right now but one resident is facing a City Hall eminent domain crackdown that could leave her homeless by the end of the week.
To wit . . .
IN ORDER TO MAKE WAY FOR THE KCPD EAST PATROL . . . KANSAS CITY IS MOVING FORWARD WITH AN EVICTION OF A RESIDENT DURING THIS SNOW STATE OF EMERGENCY!!!
We've sent a few messages and here's what we know so far . . .
- Not all residents now making way for the new East Patrol have received the same treatment. In fact . . .
MORE THAN A FEW FOLKS CLAIM CITY HALL HAS NOT PAID OR DISTRIBUTED RELOCATION BENEFITS THAT WERE PROMISED AS PART OF THIS DEAL!!!
- Residents feel like there may be a bit of "payback" at play given an association with the "Recall Reed" movement.
- Finally, this thing is still in court . . . Residents lost a recent motion but there are than a few things to consider before this eviction.
And so . . .
KANSAS CITY IS SET TO ENFORCE AN EVICTION ON 2/28/13 . . . WHICH SHOULD BE LONG BEFORE THE SNOW HAS CLEARED!!!
More . . .
I've spoken with the homeowner in this case and she feels "intimidated and harassed" by the City's use of eminent domain in this instance. As for the pending eviction, she says: "With 10 more inches of snow forecast and two days where everything was down last week; There's no way humanly possible that I can be out by the deadline."
And so while Kansas City stocks up on groceries as the storm approaches, it's important to realize that there are some folks simply attempting to keep a roof over the heads of their family while City Hall refuses to stop an eviction during this Snow State Of Emergency.
DEVELOPING . . .