Tuesday, March 11, 2014
IS RACISM KILLING THE P&L DISTRICT AND COSTING KANSAS CITY MILLIONS?!?
Once again Kansas City witnesses the devastating economic impact of institutional racism and a culture of bigotry among local party people.
Check the latest round-up of TKC BREAKING NEWS revealing more discrimination:
KCTV5: "A class-action lawsuit alleges that there is repeated and systematic racial discrimination against African American patrons at the Kansas City Power and Light District."
Fox4: Second discrimination suit filed against P&L District, this time in federal court
KSHB: P&L developer: discrimination claims far-fetched
Now . . .
TKC EXCLUSIVE: LOOK FOR A CITY COUNCIL CRACKDOWN AGAINST P&L DISTRICT RACISM WHICH CITES MILLIONS THAT THE PARTY PLACE IS COSTING THIS TOWN!!!
Really . . . This town loses ALMOST $15 MILLION A YEAR on the P&L District and some political denizens believe that cash on top of ongoing racism charges is a slap in the face to all local taxpayers.
But think about this, basically the main point . . . Overall, it's this hot mess over racism leading to so much divisiveness from both sides that there's no way that any party in this pricey location could ever turn a profit.
To wit . . .
CITY HALL HUMAN RELATIONS INSIDERS ARE PREPARING FOR MORE P&L DISTRICT MONITORING AND REGULATION THAT MIGHT SAVE KANSAS CITY FROM EXPENSIVE INSTITUTIONAL RACISM LAWSUIT SETTLEMENTS!!!
Furthermore . . .
CHECK EVEN MORE EMPHASIS ON EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY FOR UPCOMING TAXPAYER SUBSIDIZED CORDISH CONDOS!!!
Reality . . .
TRANSLATION: KANSAS CITY COULD HELP BRING SECTION 8 HOUSING TO THE DOWNTOWN NIGHT LIFE SCENE AS AS A RESPONSE TO SO MANY CHARGES OF RACISM AGAINST CORDISH!!!
This will probably make Downtown worse over the long term . . . Which is saying something for a place that already loses a great deal of cash every year.
One way or another KCMO is on the hook for racism charges against the P&L Party Place and now City Hall is being called to talk for a permissive policy that let racism linger in a taxpayer subsidized district.
Developing . . .