TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! TOP 5 REASONS MAYOR SLY IS LOSING KANSAS CITY NORTHLAND!!!
Over the past couple of weeks we've heard from the Northland regarding increasing resistance to Mayor Sly's rule.
Right now . . .
CHECK THE TOP 5 REASONS KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY FACES INCREASING OPPOSITION IN THE NORTHLAND!!!
Here's a rundown of opposition across the bridge that's trending . . .
Kansas City Northland Isn't Sold On The New Single-Terminal Airport
Opposition from Congressman Graves and other Missouri state officials reveals that the Nothland is skeptical about plans to use the construction of a new airport as an economic development scheme. Some of the strongest airport critics like SaveKCI.org can point to neighborhood concern and overall economic data which offers more than a bit of insight into serious political consequences for the Mayor pushing this plan.
Northland Infrastructure Disparity
Kansas City Northland advocates are fond of pointing out that while KCMO complains about crumbling infrastructure . . . The Northland doesn't have ANY to criticize. There are a few building plans in the works but generally the Northland has long complained that their needs have been neglected.
Police And Public Safety Disparity
Speaking of resources . . . We've noted that public safety continues to be a major concern for folks across the bridge and Insiders tout Northland police allocation to urban core hotspots as one of their top concerns amid the rule of Mayor Sly James.
Kansas City Fire Guy Rebellion
From KCFD outsourcing to station closing . . . Mayor Sly has been on the opposite side of Kansas City Firefighters as of late and the Northland is where all of those angry white dudes live until they soon win the right to leave city limits.
New Council Contenders Aren't Drinking Mayor Sly's Kool-Aid
This is gonna be fun and it's the new trend that nobody is watching . . .
3/4 NEW KANSAS CITY NORTHLAND CITY COUNCIL CONTENDERS ARE TALKING ABOUT OPPOSING MAYOR SLY'S POWER MOVES!!!
Across the bridge it seems that there's a desire among constituents to put a check on Mayor Sly's claims of a creative economy benefit and TIF giveaways. That's right: Opposition to Mayor Sly is becoming a City Council campaign platform given the current rubber stamp crew @ 12th & Oak.
These are all trends to watch as Mayor Sly James and his people fear new political opponents attempting to capitalize on a falling public approval rating from Kansas City's formerly favorite politico.
Developing . . .