Friday, June 13, 2014

Kansas City East Patrol Construction Creates Jobs And Ongoing Neighborhood Controversy



City Hall features an update on East Patrol construction and development . . . What we want to remind folks about this campus . . .

- $20 Mill Over Budget And Counting - TKC Blog Community Broke That Story . . .

- Some Eminent Domain Lawsuits Still Pending

- Remember that a few music aficionados lamented the loss of Kansas City jazz history in the construction. 

Nevertheless, right now City Hall wants to emphasize job creation in this process . . .



Developing . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG, someone pays that guy to appear in public?! Jesus, he has a face for radio.

Anonymous said...

God, I hate former journos who deflected to traitorous side of communications. Makes me cringe how their former livelihood used to subsist on facts and truth, now just pure bullshit propaganda and rhetoric.

Money will always talk.

Anonymous said...

Chris Hernandez couldn't exist in mainstream given his lifestyle choices. City of Kansas City was happy to welcome him where the dysfunctional roam. Get a bunch of poor Black people to talk up opportunities that have been around for decades; and then use that as a mechanism for pomp and circumstance around a project that nobody wanted. Ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

Once again, Negros will celebrate just about anything. Take from other Negros and celebrate the jobs that comes from the theft. If East Patrol wants to put a dent in crime in this area, it's not the building of buildings or the destruction of neighborhoods that needs to be resolved. Negroes are inherently aggressive towards other Negros; then they jig and jive while cameras are rolling. Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful. Now, City has Hispanics spreading hate by convincing people that Blacks seen on the film, live in this neighborhood. Instead, the folks seen here are people who live in other areas of the City. This is very disturbing.

Anonymous said...

"Chris Hernandez couldn't exist in mainstream given his lifestyle choices."

This may be the dumbest comment on TKC, and that says a lot. Do you have a clue how many gay people there are in local mainstream media?