Tuesday, August 22, 2017

NEWSFLASH!!! SOUTH KANSAS CITY DESPERATELY NEEDS FLOOD CONTROL!!!

A month of high tide along this heavily populated path has destroyed small biz, endangered lives and caused hundreds of thousands in damage and now DEMANDS attention from City Hall.

Checkit:

To avoid future flooding, Indian Creek will need updates

The General Manager of Ponak's says without similar upgrades to Turkey Creek, his restaurant would likely have flooded Tuesday.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Whenever Johnson County wants to start doing flood control, flooding will stop in SKC. I have not heard Tracy Thomas today advocating for Johnson County to do its civic duty and stop the flooding.

Anonymous said...

Fine. KCMO Water Dept........cha-ching!

Anonymous said...

are these floods the new normal?

if not, what the anomalies that caused three of them?

need info. thanks.