Friday, July 07, 2017

KANSAS CITY SOUR NOTE: CITY HALL COVERS JAZZ FEST BOUNCED CHECKS!!!

The latest hit from an ongoing urban core disaster that has cost KCMO $100 MILLION over the years. Take a look:

Checks bounce for performers at Kansas City Jazz Fest, city provides money to cover it

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- City leaders say they were surprised to learn that several performers at Kansas City's Jazz and Heritage Festival received checks that bounced. The city had to bail out the festival to make sure the performers got paid, spending more than $100,000 of taxpayer money.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Which pension fund did they steal the money from to pay the performers?

Anonymous said...

Who do you think? The POLICE PENSION SYSTEM.... On a handshake to pay it back by 2050

Anonymous said...

Niggers are responsible for this. Don't have the fucking festival anymore.

Silverback Sly said...

Redistribution of wealth

Mad Dog said said...

Johnny Joe Rizzo is the only guy in this town who can bounce a $100,000 check and walk away without any shit on his shoes

Anonymous said...

Four years ago, an organizer left the contract employee sheet containing the addresses, social security numbers, etc. on the back of a golf cart during the festival. It was either lost or stolen and every persons information was compromised to include off duty police, medics, etc. the employees weren't paid for four months which ended up coming from the city as well because the festival didn't make enough profit through attendance to pay people.

This is nothing new

Anonymous said...

FOR SALE - One Plastic Saxophone! Never Played! Original Cost $250,000, asking $50 obo. Contact "Half The History Of Jazz Museum", Kansas City

Anonymous said...

Backing the irresponsible actions of a woman who is dishonest in her dealing or she wouldn't be whining about the weather.