Monday, February 06, 2017

Kansas City Brush Creek Turning Into A Dump

Neighborhood complaints both up and downstream persist as a BILLION DOLLAR FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT has already started to decay under the leadership of an administration that continues to focus on Downtown developer tax breaks before any other part of KCMO . . . Brush Creek trash problem a city 'battle'

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

City Idiot- "Hey, let's spend all this money on a trolley to no where and leave other parts of our city look like a dump!"

Sly- "Now that's a great idea! Stay frosty KC!"

Anonymous said...

And if they got 800 million, they still wouldn't clean it up. Just raise the taxes higher again to pay for anything.

Anonymous said...

The Bond. Vote for the Bond.

Retro ROCKER said...

When the tourist stop coming the money runs out so many city's and towns are in trouble st Louis may be the next

Super Dave said...

Brush Creek has always had a trash issue. Just go back up to where in starts there in Overland Park follow it all through Prairie Village and Mission Hills right along side the so called most elite country club in Kansas City along Ward Parkway through the Plaza and just look at all the trash in it.

Then in a heavy rain just think of all those neighborhood flushing all their crap into it. Wait till a storm happens on trash day in one of those neighborhoods and trash cans and trash blowing everywhere with a good portion of it ending up in Brush Creek.

Not a new story, but a story older than anyone reading this blog.

So now Kansas City wants you to think part of that 800 million is for an issue well over close to 150 years old is now an important issue?

If Kansas City had some smart leaders besides Bullhorn James. they would be filing suits (Which Bullhorn knows how to do very well against a city) against all the rich Johnson County people who through the years have increased the run off and trash issues of Brush Creek that ends up in Kansas City.

Anonymous said...

Stop trying to draw and bend over to Kansas suburbanites who come here and trash the place in one form or the other and the city will become livable again.

Anonymous said...

this story is true. the epa should look into how there's now ALWAYS trash in brush creek. not just sometimes, not just random lost kids' kickballs.

something is going on. not sure if it's dumping at a particular spot.

epa should look into brush creek trash pollution, starting in kansas suburbs.

Anonymous said...

You all left out the Battle Of Westport was fought along the banks and up the hill towards Loose Park. Probably cannon balls & Confederate blood around there.

Anonymous said...

Union blood also 8:00. Maybe Abe was wrong after all. The free people have done nothing since then.