Saturday, February 23, 2013

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY URBAN CORE NEIGHBORHOOD STOPLIGHT REMOVAL FORUM COMING SOON!!!



A bit of good news for Sunday . . .

KANSAS CITY'S URBAN CORE IS STARTING TO ORGANIZE AGAINST STOPLIGHT REMOVAL THAT THREATENS THE SAFETY OF NEIGHBORHOODS!!!

Check it:

What's up with the blinking traffic lights???

Mark your calendar:
Feb. 28th 6:00pm
Central Christian Church (DOC)
3801 E. Linwood Blvd.
KCMO, 64128

What is this all about?
On behalf of the Public Works Department, the Neighborhoods and Housing Services is coordinating a meeting with east area neighborhood presidents and other key east area stakeholders to discuss the removal of traffic signals at the following locations:

18th & Brooklyn Ave.
18th & Woodland Ave.
24th & Hardesty Ave.
27th & Jackson Ave.
27th & Cleveland Ave.
27th & Benton Blvd.
27th & Brooklyn Ave.
Linwood Blvd. & Jackson Ave.
Linwood Blvd. & Cleveland Ave.
Linwood Blvd. & Walrond Ave.
35th & Indiana Ave.
35th & Benton Ave.
39th Street & Indiana Ave.
39th Street & Cleveland Ave.
39th Street & Benton Blvd.
43rd and Cleveland Ave.


Who is invited?
Presidents from the Boston Heights-Mount Hope, East 23rd Street PAC, Key Coalition, Oak Park, Palestine Neighborhood, Santa Fe, Seven Oaks, South Round Top, Vineyard, Washington Wheatley, Wendell Phillips Neighborhood Association, along with representatives from the faith based community, the Kansas City School District and several non-profit organizations.


Who from the City will attend?
City Manager, Troy Schulte
Assistant City Manager/Public Works Department Manager, Sherri McIntyre
Public Works Project Manager, Sean Demory

What is the agenda?
In this meeting, Public Works staff will solicit your input and identify your specific traffic needs, provide information on process and purpose of the traffic signal changes and discuss the transition to stop signs.

Where and when is the meeting?
The meeting will take place at Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 3801 E. Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64128 on Thursday, February 28th at 6:00pm. Light refreshments will be served.

Questions?
If you are unable to attend the meeting, or you have questions about the meeting please contact Sean Demory at (816) 513-0059.

Thank you and we look forward to meeting with you on Thursday, February 28th at 6:00pm
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5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Tony- look at the list. They are removing traffic lights from those intersections to prevent service people from having to work on them in areas that are unfit for human (Caucasian) habitation.

The residents have engaged in choices that disqualifies their neighborhoods from being classified as civilization. So fuck them. 805 of them are cruising around in stolen or improperly registered vehicles anyway. And auto insurance?

"It's mah Auntie's car, officer..."

LMAO

Anonymous said...

Please come down and remove the stoplights. Some idiot at City Hall sets them on long cycles. Traffic flows much better at the intersections with 4-way stop signs.

Anonymous said...

I hope the participants don't leave anything of value in their vehicles, cause the NIGGERS in the area will steal it..

Anonymous said...

Great. I hope the City doesn't let the inmates (neighborhoods) run the asylum.

Anonymous said...

Why is this event being held at a Church when there are plenty of City buildings that are empty that can host this event?