Ruckus Over St. Paul's Site Continues
Plans to create an urban core center for people with a lot of problems are creating a stir . . .
NBC Action News focuses on a bit of local rage: "Some residents of a Kansas City community are bristling after word spread that a coalition that helps sexually exploited women and teens will likely takeover the campus of the St. Paul School of Theology."
Former Newsie Bill Tammeus advocates for development far away from his own neighborhood in his newsie blog post: "The Kansas City Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (KC CASE) hopes to acquire the 10-building campus by the end of the year, pending resolution of financing, zoning and other issues, said Steven Wagner, KC CASE president."
Developing . . .