Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Kansas City Westport Neighbors HATE Upcoming Quiktrip Expansion Plans

We broke news of the Westport QuikTrip redevelopment and now locals are pushing back. Take a peek: Neighbors push back against QuikTrip renovation plan on Westport Road

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

A freaking giant truck stop. Will they put up golden arches with a sign saying QT Village! The Gateway to Fabulous Westport?

Anonymous said...

Tell them good luck, the residents at 102nd & Wornall can testify to being on the losing end of a similar expansion.

Anonymous said...

The Volker West Plaza batch about everything.
They had no issues with Andy's Custard across the street.
What they are really objecting to , is corporate businesses who employ a large demographic of desperately needed Midtown jobs that offer healthcare , jobs with benifts such vacation ,profit-sharing an opportunity for advancement.
Many of us are tired of have to drive out of Midtown for basic conveniences .
This a beautiful plan to clean up a VERY BLIGHTED area .

Anonymous said...

Convenience stores, as most people know, attract a discerning clientele, generally ranging from riff to raff.

Anonymous said...

As long as QT continues to provide those tasty tacquitos, this can happen.

Anonymous said...

Haha just wait till the 3:00 AM rolling gun battles start in this area. Living on Holly Street should be a real hoot!

Anonymous said...

The residents at 102nd & Wornall did not have Midtown/Plaza Plan.

If City Hall approves this there will be no further proof required that they don't give a shit about anything or anybody.

Anonymous said...

The neighborhood is going up against the biggest gluttons on earth.

Anonymous said...

City Council is probably all ready bought off on this deal.

Otherwise this proposal would have never seen the light of day.

Anonymous said...

The new QT's are awesome! Wish I had one near me. I usually skip the Westport store because there's no place to park. QT ROCKS!!

Anonymous said...

Hey "anonymous". Maybe try looking up the word blighted in the dictionary before using it incorrectly. This is not a blighted part of town and suburban development has no place in our neighborhood. They can take their tasteless designs and shoddy architecture to Overland Park where it belongs.

Anonymous said...

Agree