Thursday, December 14, 2017

BLAST FROM THE PAST: KANSAS CITY HAS ALWAYS HATED LOW INCOME HOUSING!!!

Great old school lesson in income disparity and longstanding complaints against providing po'folk the opportunity to move ahead. Read more:

Roanoke property owners took a stand against apartments in 1920s

In the 1920s, the owners of single-family homes in the Roanoke neighborhood took a stand against the growing number of apartment buildings being erected across the city. Their concern about development of multifamily housing has been a constant theme across the history of Midtown.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ask the people north of the river how they like their new Section 8 friends. Lot more crime up north than they had before.

Anonymous said...

Lot mor hood rats than before so of course more crime

Anonymous said...

Yes, but they're working on a solution, there are flyers being printed right now...

FREE RAP CONCERT, 23rd & CLEVELAND, DECEMBER 20th! !
BEYONCE TO MAKE AN APPEARANCE, TOPLESS!
FREE NIKES OR AIR JORDANS FOR ALL!

That should result in a reduction of the crime level north of the River pretty quickly.