KANSAS CITY, Mo. - City leaders in Raytown, Missouri approved a budget that includes nearly $3 million in cuts for the police department, which could lead to 30 positions being eliminated. City leaders were expected to vote last week but tabled the issue. Raytown leaders estimate city revenue to be about $11 million next year.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
DISGRACE!!! RAYTOWN SLASHES POLICE BUDGET AMID REVENUE CRISIS!!!
Harsh financial times for the local inner suburbs create tough decisions for elected officials. And so, last night Raytown politicos budgeted their police budget because the enclave simply doesn't have enough cash. Check the report for a litany of outrage, disbelief and the lowered expectations of American middle-class life: