While Kansas City officials argued about which street to name for Martin Luther King, Jr. - and didn't even get that done - young professionals already priced out of the downtown area were moving in east of Troost and gentrifying neighborhoods like Beacon Hill and Squier Park.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Hey Everybody, Here's A Silly & Clueless Kansas City Star Editorial On Housing
The list of objectionable misconceptions in this garbage content are too many to name . . . What's most important is that this piece is only written for about 2 dozen people and nearly half of them are running for Mayor . . . Meanwhile, the rest of KCMO lives their lives and surfs social media without depending on the "brain trust" of 12th & Oak when it comes to their living conditions. You decide . . .