Friday, March 09, 2018

The Kansas City Friday News Sit Down



Many people don't know that Fern remains one of the TOP RANKING TRENDING HOTTIES on Instagram and we celebrate her body of newsworthy work whilst compiling some of the most important Kansas City news links right now. Take a look:

Money Talks In Kansas City

KCMO hosts final public input meeting for 2018-2019 budget

By Paul Thompson Northeast News Kansas City residents had a final chance to shape the $1.66 billion 2018-2019 KCMO budget during a public hearing on Thursday, March 8, in the Kansas City Police Department's community room. The meeting marked the fourth and final public budget session, as the City Council will now embark on deliberations.


Another Plan For Local Po'Folk

Opportunity zones could prompt culture shift on redevelopment

Startup community stakeholders think opportunity zones in some of Kansas City's poorest areas could work, but only with collaboration between the government and private sector. A number of low-income communities in Kansas City are eligible for designation as opportunity zones - areas in which investors may defer paying capital gains taxes over a certain period of time on business activities.


Epic Pix Of Today's Highway Tribute

Body of slain Clinton police officer returns home with salutes and covered hearts

The body of slain Clinton police officer Christopher Ryan Morton was escorted from Kansas City to Clinton on Friday. It was a powerful moment filled with emotion as his body left the Jackson County Medical Examiner's Office in Kansas City. Drivers pulled over and Kansas City police and fire parked to honor the fallen hero.


Downtown Traffic Hot Mess In The Making

Liberty Memorial hill erosion repair project will constrict Main Street for months

Main Street between Crown Center and the Liberty Memorial will be constricted for as long as eight months while work crews address an erosion problem on the east side of the World War I memorial hill. The $2.5 million project will require the removal of a 21-foot tall layer of shale.


Shutdown Across State Line

YMCA shuts down Kansas City, Kan., facility after inspection - Kansas City Business Journal

YMCA closed its downtown Kansas City, Kan., location after the building was deemed unsafe. YMCA of Greater Kansas City closed the facility at 900 N. 8th St. after an inspection by structural engineers found that the building was not safe, according to a Friday release from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan.


Meth Town Hates History

Historic Bingham-Waggoner Estate vandalized... again

Breaking News Independence, MO - The historic Bingham-Waggoner Estate has been vandalized for the fourth time in a year. Volunteer Steve Schreiber says someone kicked out 18 panes of glass which will cost several hundred dollars in repairs. The mansion dates to the 1820's, is run by a mostly volunteer staff, and is used primarly for events.


The Great Kansas City Eat Out

17 New Developments In Kansas City Restaurants This Past Fall And Winter

A lot has been going on in Kansas City's food scene over the last few months. KCUR food critics Charles Ferruzza, Mary Bloch and Jenny Vergara brought their seasonal roundup of the biggest local restaurant news to Friday's Central Standard. Here's what's been going on: 1. Black Dirt opened in the South Plaza neighborhood.


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1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

I love how the numb-nuts of KC actually believe the city is listening to anyone when it comes to the budget.