Kansas City Residents Won't Notice $800-MILLION GO Bond Road Work

Hype from City Hall claims a rush to start fixing streets and infrastructure . . . The first order of biz is to develop paperwork and signage to assuage constituents who believed City Hall promises. Take a peek:

Kansas City leaders discuss use of GO Bond funds

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City voters passed the $800 million GO Bond on Tuesday. Kansas City city manager Troy Schulte said leaders will try to have $40 million of the $800 million planned out by May 1. They hope the money will be allocated in construction and renovation projects in 2017 to April 2018.


  1. This is so much money over so long a time that there could be 50 Beacon Hills and we'll never know it.

  2. Yup', the MILLIONS upon Millions of YOUR TAX DOLLARS going for Steel Plate in a road way or a Barricade sign in the road.

    That's your supposed TAX DOLLARS at work to support those signs & steel plates !!!


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