Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Cerner Employees Snub South Kansas City

Kansas City's favorite corporate giant isn't going to revive this neglected part of town in an overbuilding and EPIC tax break scheme that's only going to really help a few lucky gas stations given the fortress like facility commuter campus coming soon. Checkit: South Kansas City Alliance asks Cerner employees what they want in a community

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Until crime goes down in the southeast part of the city no one is going to want to move there.

The Hickman Mills area, Ruskin and Grandview have become huge areas of crimes....one only has to look at the demographic to find the answers.

The south and southeast were known as safe havens for years, not any more

Crime stats support my statements and you only have to look at the news when crimes occur in those areas to see

Anonymous said...

What do Cerner employees want in a community? Johnson County. If they make less than 6 figures Lee's Summit. For their drive home they want freeways and no stoplights.

Anonymous said...

The six things on that list are not provided by South Kansas City. Who is stupid enough to think anyone from Cerner will live in SKC. Even the janitors will live in Raytown.

Anonymous said...

c'mon this is all about that area being infested by niggers

Crazy Clown said...

Everything South of 87th Street & I-435 is now Crime Ridden, Shootings, Car Jackings, Armed Robberies, Rapes, Car Thefts

mainly run & controlled by Degenerate Gangsta' Hood Rats !!!

Cerner bought that property without much fore thought and its going to be a losing proposition for them, they'll find out soon enough !

I suspect, and mark my words that soon enough that property will be up for Sale in due time !!!

Since KCMO City Leaders can't get a Handle on CRIME with their Gangsta' Hood Rat population and they have a Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker who "CATERS & Panders" to Criminals, Thugs & Terrorists , the entire project of Cerner will lose !!!

Soon those office buildings will be turned into Section 8 Housing and become Slums , just a matter of time !!!

Anonymous said...

Paul's Pizza will do ok

Anonymous said...

But, but KCPD built a police station on Bannister Road. That was supposed to ease the craze, lunatics and/or white people scared of their shadow. The building was also intended to cause blacks to work with the police and spur economic development. You mean white people are still afraid? Somebody black is headed to jail because of white fear. Dontcha just love this City. It cries for Orlando but not for its own misguided, divisive standards of living.

Anonymous said...

The majority of Cerner employees fit the under 35 demographics.
They are seeking homes and rentals in Midtown

Anonymous said...

This is an odd case study. While a few food options might do ok, how many employees of any company shop enough during/after work to keep retail stores open? Most people I know shop on evening or wknds with their family in tow. I'll be very surprised if this place ever becomes even half of what they want it to be.

Anonymous said...

in da ghetto...

Anonymous said...

Kevlar vests or full body armor maybe?

Anonymous said...

5:28 - That's true for singles or private school families, maybe. The married millies at Cerner that I know are burbies--Liberty, west Dotte, and SoJoCo. Those burbies with babies (or soon-to-be parents), desired select school districts--public and private. Home values, amenities, safety, and other preferences guide this choice. Bigger yards, attached garages with private driveways (shared drives and street parking--NOPE!) is kids and parties preferred.