Wednesday, July 13, 2016

TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY CROSSROADS COPES WITH MUDSLIDE CITY HALL WON'T CLEAN!!!



An important community complaint from our neighbors offers a look at a lingering mess in the Crossroads. Checkit:

"If you think the rain storms are blowing down tree limbs and it's hard to get KCMO to clean them up. Take a look at the mud in the streets at 18th and Central and adjoining street in the Crossroads. The city has been notified several times to no avail, if it rains again tonight no streets will be left."

UPDATE . . .

THE KANSAS CITY CROSSROADS MUDSLIDE CONTINUES!!!

Take a look:



Developing . . .

14 Comments:

Anonymous said...

City Hall wont5mow their own grass unless they're getting bad press. Then, it will be a matter of "we lost the paperwork but they're on it now". It never changes...look at the toy train, though!

Anonymous said...

I expect so very, very little from KCMO City Government. I'm rarely disappointed.

Anonymous said...

The toy train causes mudslides, too!

The devastation is those pictures is beyond words! It's like Haiti.

Anonymous said...

8:05 is likely one of those cocksuckers who uses the term "first world problems" any time someone complains about something that isn't an earthquake, tsunami or the like.

Anonymous said...

5th worst run City in the U.S.


What else do you expect?

Anonymous said...

Well if the Streetcar ran past this part of the Crossroads, I'm sure it would be spotless. Maybe the Mayor would be standing on the corner of 18th and Central discussing the importance of this part of town.

Anonymous said...

Who needs erosion control when you've got art and vibrancy all around you?!

Anonymous said...

The issue isn't that the streets need cleaning. We actually need a much bigger landslide in that area.

Anonymous said...

41 News was there today doing a story. Should be on tonight.

https://twitter.com/ali_hoxie

Anonymous said...

KSHB is doing a story about dirt being washed into the street?
Another example of the kind of hard-hitting "journalism" we've all come to expect from our local teleprompter readers.
Weren't there any three-person protests that they could have covered instead?
Small market doesn't even begin to describe the local media scene.
And it's sure clear as to why all the serious reporters and investigative types at Channel 41 bailed out for greener pastures.
World class!

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, but that is not mud in the streets!

There was a large group of performance artists in the Crossroads who were debuting a work entitled "Take This Job And Shove It: The Enema Experience"

Anonymous said...

Gosh, I sure hope they can rebuild after that level of devastation. Kansas City Strong!

Anonymous said...

If the basement dwelling beaner had any knowledge of city codes and the gis system he would know that this is the property owner's responsibility to clean this up, and the property owner is affiliated with his claimed alma mater-UMKC-more specifically the much anticipated downtown music campus.

Anonymous said...

^^^ I think that is implied. The City also has a responsibility to enforce codes.