Wednesday, November 16, 2016

KCMO 'Dangerous Home' Demolition Update

Here's an upbeat story about clearing out abandoned parts of Kansas City . . . Sadly, the "broken windows' theory of improved code enforcement has yet to take effect given recent episodes of gunfire and the ongoing homicide spike. Take a peek: Kansas City making progress demolishing dangerous homes


Hyperblogal said...

City Hall said, "800 homes in two years", I'd say they're running behind.

Anonymous said...

Being ugly doesnt mean it's dangerous. City misses the mark yet again.

Anonymous said...

^^^Maybe if we applied that same concept of destroying ugly things, we could elimate city workers and politicians altogether. lol