TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! EMERGENCY: KANSAS CITY CHANGING THE RULES TO PAY POLSINELLI PC FOR EVEN MORE TOY TRAIN STREETCAR WORK!!!
The Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar money grab is right on track and here's the latest tidbit that garnering a great deal of attention from local critics but remains almost completely unreported by mainstream media.
CITY HALL WILL SOON CHANGE THE CITY'S CHARTER IN ORDER TO HIRE THE POLSINELLI PC LAW FIRM FOR MORE KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR WORK!!!
It's not really pretty but the sitch remains a captivating look at how local government really works . ..
Here's the proof . . .
"Waiving a requirement of Section 2-83(a), Code of Ordinances, and authorizing the City Attorney to execute a contract with Polsinelli PC, for the provision of legal services in connection with the creation of one or more Transportation Development Districts; and recognizing an emergency."
The new contracts should cover streetcar expansion, new lines and even more elections that smarter people than TKC have called corrupt.
WHEREAS, Polsinelli PC, occasionally represents clients in litigation or negotiations with the City and is willing to represent the City in any TDD efforts only if the law firm is able to continue to represent those clients and other such clients in the future; and
WHEREAS, the Council does not believe that the City’s interests in any TDD efforts will be adversely affected by Polsinelli PC’s representation of other current or future clients in matters adverse to the City . . .
TKC Talking Points . . .
- Tossing aside the City Charter to pay Polsinelli for more toy train streetcar work is yet another example of local democracy corrupted for the sake of shaky eco-devo schemes.
- The sweetest way for local lawyer sharks to get paid is to work both sides of any argument . . . A devil's threesome with City Hall and their multi-billion dollar budget might make an EPIC windfall for generations.
- So far the Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar has subsidized PR consultants, marketing groups and law firms but we still haven't learned the names of any new biz that it has attracted to Kansas City.
Developing . . .