Friday, August 18, 2017

Coach's Owner: No Kansas City Solutions After Flooding Destroyed Southland Biz

Whilst social justice warriors crusade against evils identified by cable news . . . Closer to home, busted infrastructure remains a costly problem. Checkit:

After losing business, Coach's Bar and Grill owner voices concerns about future flooding

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Restaurants came together on Thursday night to help out former employees of Coach's Bar & Grill who are now out of jobs following bad flooding in late July. The restaurant on 103rd Street had to close its doors following damage to the inside of the facility after heavy rain and flooding from Indian Creek on July 27.

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Hasn't he been flooded out about six times?

Some people never learn.

Anonymous said...

Why is it the City's problem to try to control nature for his business? Let's say they widen the creek through their City. The water now just gets to the next bottle neck that much quicker, then backs right back up in the new creek they just spent millions on "controlling". How about the City do the correct thing and condemn the land and raze the buildings? No more building in the floodplain, insured or not.

Anonymous said...

No longer a story. The car salesmen and bar sluts have found other places to get drunk at.

Anonymous said...

Take out the building and don't put anymore buildings up its a flood zone.

I mean are people not that stupid to figure that out? I felt bad for the people whose businesses went under but not really if you know what I mean.

Anonymous said...

Know your history or you are damned to repeat it. This place has flooded multiple times. If you like the area move down the street by price Chopper. Ground is higher and does not flood. Simple solution.

Anonymous said...

Wonder where all the whores who used to go there are drinking at now?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Your dad's place.

Anonymous said...

12:47 Bahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

Good one.

Anonymous said...

This is been happening since before 1970

Anonymous said...

If the area where you build is prone to flooding, it might NOT be a good idea to re-build in that same area.

Same old crap said...

Move all the buildings by flush creek too. No more worries.