Fear The Kansas City Budget Deficit
Our blog community told you cuts where coming . . . Here's the how/why confirmed and better explained . . .
"Manager Troy Schulte explained to the City Council that the raise for public safety ($19 million) is bigger than the increase in total revenue for the General Fund ($6.7 million) — which means there’s a deficit that they’ll have to make up for elsewhere."
Public Safety Top Priority In Proposed KCMO Budget