Thursday, September 07, 2017

Despite Kansas City Blight Fight: Urban Core Vacants Still Burn . . .

Another promise from City Hall as the cold weather approaches and local hobos threaten to turn a great many neighborhoods into kindling. Checkit:

Vacant home along Brighton burns, cause of fire still under investigation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A house fire with people trapped inside--that's what Kansas City firefighters thought they were responding to early Thursday morning. When they got to the scene, neighbors told them the house was vacant. The battalion chief said they got a 9-1-1 call around 4 a.m.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Just one of the average 42 daily evictions where the ex occupant set the house on fire because the owner had them legally thrown out for not paying their rent. But kcur wants everybody to think it's racism

Anonymous said...


That's O.K. let them burn the places down and then maybe we can get them out of here. Maybe they could move to Virginia??

Anonymous said...

So the City is powering ahead with it's Dangerous Buildings program. Let's see, that's one building every 4th Tuesday in months that have an X in them.

Anonymous said...

Urban renewal.