Friday, August 08, 2014

Final Push For Petition To Stop Kansas City Ambulance Billing Outsourcing

Regarding an KCFD Ambulance Billing Outsourcing move: "The group turned in its first batch of signatures July 29. They needed 7,143 signatures, but a count so far by local election authorities has found only about 4,000 valid signatures, City Clerk Marilyn Sanders said.

"The group now has 10 more days to try to collect the balance of signatures needed. If they succeed, it could place the measure on an upcoming city ballot."

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Just read Jan Marcason's imperious op-ed. It actually made me WANT to sign the petition. If anyone knows how, Id love to hear where to go to sign it.

Anonymous said...

Just carve your signature into her back, 12:38.

Anonymous said...

Just another example, as though we needed another, of the notion that government exists as a giant jobs program whether or not people are qualified or even actually interested in productive work.
In this case the folks who would be replaced by the contractor aren't even going to lose their jobs, but the narrative is just to ingrained and hard to resist.
Millions spent on make-work nothing.
What could possibly go wrong?

Anonymous said...

While John Sharp wastes time on ambulance billing and other BS, his public safety committee has not held meaningful hearings on the continued violence on the Plaza and Westport.I guess the City will wait until it's too late.