Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kansas City Dead Letters And Dumb Cards

KC Infozine offers a report that should give Bill Nigro and the "Dumb Cards" that he complains about a moment of hope: "The City of Kansas City, Missouri, is asking the public to suggest timeworn ordinances and regulations that should be considered for repeal or modification. Because the city is more than 150 years old and has dealt with nearly every political, social, economic and environmental crisis during that time, some laws are no longer effective or practical in today's economy.

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Anything goes and nothing matters.

Today's eCONomy

Anonymous said...

Nigro will be bragging about how he saved the city for years. What would we do without egos like his.