Friday, February 03, 2017

Kansas City Hobo Lady Burned Mayor Sly's Blight Fight Along With 18th & Vine

The big picture here is that poverty, unfulfilled promises and misplaced priorities contribute to a tragic situation that sparks dangerous Kansas City fires. #NeroHadThisTroubleToo

Read more: Suspected squatter fire in Jazz District highlights reasons behind KCMO's battle against blight

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Was she Black?

Anonymous said...

Could be undocumented workers sleeping nearby working labor on the Vine projects who set a fire to stay warm.

Anonymous said...

battle against blight


Lol right let's just keep raising taxes on the poor and people whose incomes haven't risen in 20 years so they can't afford to keep their houses up.

Anonymous said...

They should give her the keys to the city and a fresh box of matches.

Anonymous said...

Toy trains, a new airport, a new dog kennel will certainly make the city safer.

Anonymous said...

This is an example among many of how you know your politicians are full of shit. Third District Clown show has hosted dozens of press conferences at 18th Vine and not one thing was mentioned about homeless living in those building. Its not time to be harsh on homeless its time to hold Third District politicians accountable. This happened on their watch and shows that their focus is not on the people they allegedly serve.

Anonymous said...

Something strange is going on.

That's obvious


Anyway whens the pitch for more money to repair our beloved 18th and Vine coming!!!!

Anonymous said...

When they figured out a way to bilk us for more millions.

Anonymous said...


How is Sly James going to clean up abandoned buildings and make neighborhoods safer when he is out protesting and causing division instead of bringing the city together and doing his job? K.C. needs to clean house.

Anonymous said...

Just urban renewal. Move on.

Anonymous said...

Hey now there is an idea. we need to hire some of those snowflake imported and paid protesters to make a stop at 18th and Vine.