Sunday, November 19, 2017

Kansas City Po'Folk Harsh Times After Missouri Housing Credit Cut

More local arguments against that latest move from Jeff City and Guv Greitens. Read more:

Elimination of state housing credits threatens $80M KC project - Kansas City Business Journal

Kelley Hrabe, a local affordable housing developer, was on the verge of announcing a partnership with one of the nation's largest affordable housing developers that would have led to the purchase of an undisclosed downtown site, where the partners planned to build a mixed-income project including 400 apartment units.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

probably a net gain for KC.

This housing is not needed to be funding with tax payer dollars.

Anonymous said...

another crooked businessman’s scheme of taking free government money go’s down in flames! Poor baby won’t be able to buy that vacation home in the Bahamas now

Anonymous said...

Lol

Anonymous said...

There is affordable housing all over KC, the problem is crime makes it undesirable to live there. So the answer is to build cheap housing in safer neighborhoods so that these neighborhoods can then become unsafe. The only winners are the developers. Time to end this crap once and for all.

Anonymous said...

Get a fucking job already!

Steve Hanson said...

So I guess it's time to raise property taxes on the white working class in order to pay for the low income housing of the po folk. I need to feel guilty of my white privilege and open my wallet for Sly James.