Friday, December 29, 2017

Kansas City Keeping GO BOND Promises???



An enthusiastic message from City Hall worth a look:

"Voters approved $800 million in bonds for projects across the City in April 2017. Projects have already underway throughout the metro with more to come in the first quarter of 2018."

Meanwhile . . . Busted streets, rising water bills and protest against the new doggie shelter reveal that upholding commitments to taxpayers will be harder than most politicos realized.

Still, here's a nice clip from City Hall offering reassurance. Take a look:



Developing . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

How bout them sidewalks?

0 miles installed so far.

The progress is unbelievable.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter to Northlanders, we don't have curbs and sidewalks anyway.
Any part of the money going to fix potholes?
How about streets that are more "patches" than pavement?

Anonymous said...


He hasn't done it in Midtown, Southtown, or Downtown either, and you won't see it. He threw that bond out there and most people fell for it, now the first year isn't so bad but that bond money will roll in a little more each year for the tax payers. The go bond money is probably going for the infrastructure of the new condos that no one will buy, and so will the new downtown parking money!

Anonymous said...

There are still stoplights on Felony Freeway.

Anonymous said...

Prospect Ave aka suspect Ave has had a bunch of work done to it again, they redo suspect Ave every four or five years to “make people that live there feel better about themselves” I’ve been working in the hood since 1999, I know I know, not very smart but this stretch of road has been completely repaved, new sidewalks and curbs five times since 1999. The rest of the city has been screwed over especially under tyrant bow tie the clown sLIE’s regime

Anonymous said...

The voters get what they deserve

Anonymous said...

My diaper is so full right now, I need to take a break from all this complaining we've been doing this morning to change it. How about you guys?

Anonymous said...

You have question ones intelligence that lives in Jackson County.

Anonymous said...

I love the bit about Anne Garney Park way up north of the river (almost to Liberty/Smithville). We attended a meeting about a new park that was going to rival Loose Park. All the pretty pictures showed a wonderful plan, but as of right now, there is a walking path, a small parking area next to an even smaller playground. Woo hoo. Where is the rest of the magnificent plan we were shown? It's been 3 or 4 years.

Anonymous said...

Troy Schulte strikes again! He needs to go!