INSURANCE PLAN FOR KANSAS CITY OLD AND BUSTED INFRASTRUCTURE SUCCESS!!!
So much for "Reform and Repair" from Mayor Sly and City Council . . .
The new plan to fix Kansas City's old and busted infrastructure seems to rely on a somewhat complicated insurance scheme . . . That's working quite well!!!
Northeast News Update On The Service Line Warranty: More than 8,170 Kansas Citians signed up for the coverage, and to date, 42 claims have been filed.
As usual, the City Council seems pleased with higher fees . . .
"One advantage of the program is that Kansas City receives royalty fees and to date has accrued $95,152.41. That funding will be used to help indigent individuals pay their water bills and keep their services turned on, said City Council member John Sharp.
“I think the program is certainly proving its worth,” John Sharp said."
Meanwhile . . . Kansas City is breaking ground on the Toy Train and has completely forgotten about our longstanding storm sewer, water infrastructure problems and the EPA mandate that says this town has to spend BILLIONS to fix it.
Developing . . .