Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kansas City Rigged Toy Train Streetcar Extension Vote Complete . . .

The low-rent finale is finally over after a small group of transit enthusiasts hope to tax biz & residents along an increasingly violent part of town with only a small section of Kansas City allowed to weigh-in on the decision. Here's the roundup:

KC Streetcar expansion explained

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ballots were due Tuesday to approve a tax development district to pay for the KC Streetcar expansion. "If the vote is successful, that gives us a local revenue stream to really take the next step and to pursue federal funding.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

BIGGEST. JOKE. EVER.

Anonymous said...

There was a City-wide vote to expand the Streetcar?
Had to be, anything else would be illegal!
Guess I must have missed it, what was the result?
Oh, never mind, the City counts the ballots, anything they're for has to have passed!

Anonymous said...

^^Boring.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Fact you stupid ignorant cunt

Anonymous said...

^^Yawn. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Anonymous said...

The streetcar extension to 51st and Main Street was a done deal years ago when the megadevelopment was leased by UMKC to the huge apartment complex, tons of garage parking and the Whole Foods store at 51st and Main. That developer no doubt had a promise from the city or they wouldn't have spent all that money in that location. They knew it would be the end point or turnaround point for the streetcar. Voters don't matter in Kansas City with voter suppression.

Anonymous said...

^^Wow. Who cares?

Anonymous said...

Very nice, see you guys at the streetcar expansion groundbreaking

Anonymous said...

Toot toot. Hoot. Oops! Federal funding. Clunk.

Anonymous said...

So I guess none of you have talked to your state legislators to change the currently legal voting process?

No?

Well I guess it's still rigged against idiots and morons.