Wednesday, July 05, 2017

TKC Blog Community Fact Check: Fear KCI Porta Potty Publicity Stunt

The water is back on and the need to remodel KCI is clear while locals and some media use the inconvenience to justify handing over BILLIONS worth of revenue to local corporations. Checkit:

Water service restored at Kansas City airport terminal

Crews at Kansas City International Airport have restored water service to one of its terminals after a water main broke. Officials say the 12-inch pipe failed Tuesday afternoon, forcing crews to shut off water to the airport's Terminal B. Water services were shut off for nearly 15 hours.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The Aviation Dept hasn't been maintaing KCI for years, in spite of having plenty of money in the Maintenance Fund. This is a con job by Dept employees who want to go to work for Burns & Mac. They should all be fired.

Anonymous said...

GET A CLUE!

It was Mayor James in the basement with a wrench!

Anonymous said...

Just another part of Sly's ceaseless effort to make KCMO a class city.
World class!
Third World.
What will those 24 million tourists and the tens of thousands that the Star claims will be visiting just to see Mike's new hotel think?
You really can't make this stuff up!

Anonymous said...

Save KCI!

Vote no!

Anonymous said...

Sly went up there and sat his fat lard ass on a toilet and took a massive dump and that was it.

Anonymous said...

His fat roll of payoff money must have fallen out of his pocket after taking that big shit. That's what really happened.

Anonymous said...

Next thing you know mayor bullhorn will be plastering porta potty pictures all over the place so he can convince people to vote yes for the mayor sLIE James International Airport

Retro ROCKER said...

You Can't visit MISSOURI WITHOUT VISITING A OUT HOUSE. A CEMENT POND,AND EATING CRAWDEADS, ASK GRANNIE, AND ELLY,MAY,

Anonymous said...

Too quote some Winny the Poo: curiouser and curiouser. Does not BM have the city water department maintenance contract? How funny, a gigantic main breaks and water is shut down. Yet, on a main that large, it would be looped. That is: if you have to shut off one end, it can be supplied on the other. Same concept with electric power. On critical infrastructure like an airport I find it inconceivable that the water system would somehow not be looped.