Wednesday, September 28, 2016

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! BIG MONEY EMERGENCY ORDINANCE FOR KANSAS CITY CONVENTION CENTER ACCESSIBILITY!!!



Here's just a bit of ongoing insight into this move . . . There are HUNDREDS of miles of public sidewalks in Kansas City that do not meet ADA standards but City Hall is starting it's big compliance push with another tourist attraction . . .

Take a look at a big upgrade for Bartle Hall:

#160718: Authorizing a $ 3,439,250.00 contract with Turner Construction for the ADA Facility Improvements at the Kansas City Convention Center project; and recognizing this ordinance as having an accelerated effective date.

Again, accessibility is a good thing and maybe more than a quarter million in signage alone is a good price . . . Meanwhile other parts of KC still go without sidewalks.

You decide . . .

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

the 24 million need a place to go.

Anonymous said...

The convention center has to be one of the ugliest complex of buildings in the world. I drive by there daily and it is frequently deserted. How much longer do the taxpayers in KCMO have to pay for that monstrosity?

Anonymous said...

Ain't it amazing how a one horse town can be one fucking giant emergency and survive? Thank God you are funding it.

Anonymous said...

'Ders mo mony were dat came from.