Thursday, April 06, 2017

Kansas City Residents Won't Notice $800-MILLION GO Bond Road Work

Hype from City Hall claims a rush to start fixing streets and infrastructure . . . The first order of biz is to develop paperwork and signage to assuage constituents who believed City Hall promises. Take a peek:

Kansas City leaders discuss use of GO Bond funds

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City voters passed the $800 million GO Bond on Tuesday. Kansas City city manager Troy Schulte said leaders will try to have $40 million of the $800 million planned out by May 1. They hope the money will be allocated in construction and renovation projects in 2017 to April 2018.

2 Comments:

Hyperblogal said...

This is so much money over so long a time that there could be 50 Beacon Hills and we'll never know it.

Crazy Clown said...

Yup', the MILLIONS upon Millions of YOUR TAX DOLLARS going for Steel Plate in a road way or a Barricade sign in the road.

That's your supposed TAX DOLLARS at work to support those signs & steel plates !!!