Monday, July 28, 2014

TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! MUST READ!!! TESTIMONY: MAYOR PRO TEM CINDY CIRCO SOCCER GAMES FAIL KANSAS CITY FAMILIES!!!



Right now we have a bit of insight on a KANSAS CITY SOCCER FIGHT that's much more interesting than the game of wasted kick . . .

Here's a primer and a sketch of what's happening in this story . . .

Sporting KC, Brookside Soccer League debate increased soccer fees for children's leagues

"Earlier this year, Brookside Soccer League told parents they would have to pay $12 extra to play on the new fields, according to multiple sources. Now, participants in the league may have to pay an additional $8 as part of their league fee, according to a source, after already paying the original fee for this season. The three parties are at an impasse and no deal has been brokered."

Now . . .

EVEN BETTER . . . WE'VE GOT INSIDER KANSAS CITY TESTIMONY THAT CALLS OUT MAYOR PRO TEM CINDY CIRCO AND HER ROLE IN THIS TRAGIC BIT OF SOCCER PANDERING!!!

Here's the word . . . Check it:

"The situation down there is going to get ugly very soon. To the point where the Mayor’s office has said to stop telling people what is/isn’t going on . . .

"The short is Sporting was given full control of the complex, the construction Grand Construction who happens to be a subsidiary of Sporting/Ongoal/Soccer Village Properties), the management etc. As can be seen in their contract.

"The mayor of course as well as Parks and Rec all stated that Brookside Soccer would be the primary tenant with a discounted rate (which continues to go up with no contract signed and the leagues start in 4 weeks).

"A letter is supposed to go out to parents to inform them of this and encourage them to contact the Mayor’s office next week (some have already learned this information and have already contacted hence the original statement).

"Parks has signed a contract with Sporting/Heartland. Yes, Heartland Soccer Association will be the managing entity and bringing in their games, clinics, etc from JOCO and as far as I believe they have been told the rates will be somewhere around $125/Hour. But yes, Circo insisted it was for the under-served youth."

Long story short here is that this IS YET ANOTHER DEVELOPMENT that Kansas City has managed to screw up despite big promises of neighborhood development.

More in a bit . . .

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean those stealy-eyed professionals at city hall got their butts handed to them again by some corporate swells?
What a surprise!
The taxpayers just have to come to grips with the fact that they have to continue to subsidize struggling compani

Anonymous said...

companies like Cerner and Sporting.
It's the least they can do if they want to live in a cutting-edge major league town!

Anonymous said...

Vote NO on all city issues.

Anonymous said...

Cindy is a liar and a scam artist. Hope see runs for something else so I can vote against her.

Anonymous said...

Vote no on all issues ,just say no.

Anonymous said...

Slunt

Polar Bear said...

While the Bear enjoys Cindy's large, flopping fun bags, to rob little kid of their "soccer money" is just plain wrong. Again, a Killa City GRIFTER shows her true color.

Do these ass hat's have no soul ?

Anonymous said...

Omg the travesty! Rich white people gave to pay to play soccer, sound the alarm

Anonymous said...

9:30 sounds like one of those hipster types that thinks toilet paper is optional.

Wipe your ass, smelly hipster deadbeat.

Anonymous said...

4:07 Sporting and Cerner are owned by the same people. And Grand Construction is owned by Sporting KC. this is totally illegal and the sooner we get the attorney general involved the better.

Anonymous said...

Polar Bear the original money that was DIVERTED to the soccer fields was stolen from a nearby neighborhood that was promised by city officials that if they allowed the Winchester TIF development in their backyards (basically screwing up a quiet nice little neighborhood) they would be provided with much needed sewers, street improvements, etc. Instead they were lied to about how much funding was available, the difficulty it would be to put in sewer lines (Time Warner, USDA and KMBC all have sewers not septic tanks). Given a grant to redo the septic tanks and guess what some CANNOT be upgraded due to the lack of space for drain fields. So all the sewage is draining downhill into the very expensive (16 million and rising) soccer fields.