Sunday, September 11, 2016

Kansas City Northland Rages Against Plan For More Subsidized Housing

Our blog community gives a bit of background on this controversy . . . Meeting #2: Councilman Scott Wagner and the development team were very unpopular. Mr. Wagner was reminded a couple of times "we vote in this neighborhood "

Read more:

More Opposition Appears to Oppose Maple Corners Development - The Northland News

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Up north used to be nice and peaceful before the city started shoving the mooching blacks across the river.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Maple Corners is going to really be Monkey Corners.

Anonymous said...

Section ape

Northlander said...

Just how close is the grocery store, a lack of public transportation and why are the being put so far away from their neighbors of the past.
Is there no where downtown with all the new housing going on where they would be close to jobs and transportation with the River Market to shop for food. Petty dumb idea to move them so far away.

Anonymous said...

There goes the neighborhood,here comes Blackcomo.

Anonymous said...

Bastards = crime.

Anonymous said...

Makes sense to build sec.8 housing where there is a glut of low income/ fast food/ starter jobs.
Northland's white privileged don't want these jobs, so why not put workers closer to their jobs.
This also breaks the cycle of poverty by allowing disadvantaged children a better education.WIN WIN.

Anonymous said...

8:45 it worked so well in South KC.