Wednesday, November 28, 2018

NEWSFLASH: KANSAS CITY SNOW & ICE REMOVAL STAY LOSING!!!

We talked about this in the morning update and even a bit of a warmup hasn't helped much for local streets packed in ice and broken promises from City Hall.

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Kansas City Residents Are Frustrated That Neighborhood Streets Are Still Icy

Kansas City residents are still dealing with the aftermath of a winter storm that dumped inches of snow across the city and has resulted in icy road conditions, closed schools and delayed travel. On Wednesday, three days after the storm hit Kansas City, many residential roads were still iced over and had not been properly plowed.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Everything was clear Monday in the golden ghetto.

Anonymous said...

City board balks at, then approves, tax incentive deals for new KC hotel, apartments - Star


Priorities folks. Basic Services isn't one of them.

Anonymous said...

GopherKC was on television claiming that a lack of population density was to blame for the poor snow removal, that this storm was a special case, and that in the past KCMO did great work clearing the streets.
Delusional would be kind.
Blatant lying would be more accurate.
What kind of job does Hernandez think he's going to get after carrying water for Sly all these years?
Maybe he'll become a local politico!

Anonymous said...

sLIE doesn’t want to spend money on snow removal, this is his give away money to the developers, he’s worried if he doesn’t keep giving them hundreds of millions of dollars they won’t be able to have christmas.

Anonymous said...

7:10 he’s vested with the city now so he’ll get his $75,000 a year retirement and he’ll go back to doing tv.

Anonymous said...

I for the life of me can’t figure out why the city refuses to put salt down on these icy streets, the temperature is perfect for doing this but they refuse. Can anyone tell me why? Gopher boi?

Anonymous said...

Salt goes into the Missouri River and fish and other life forms die. I know it's complicated and you should't trust scientist or doctors or anything like that. Just go with your gut feeling that Jesus is coming sooner than you think and this crumbling infrastructure is all Gods plan.

Anonymous said...


You voted for it Kansas City. Suck it up!

Quinton Tellis said...

The roads are clear where the nice, employed White People live, so what's the problem ?

Anonymous said...

True. And blacks typically don’t come out in the cold anyway.

Woody Pfister said...

Yeah the salt is highly diluted by the melt water and the existing river flow, then flows into the Gulfnof Mexico. Very dangerous for the fish 🎣

Anonymous said...

But the trolley is running!

Anonymous said...

@7:14pm
If Hernandez will get a $75K/year pension and return to local television, that goes far to explain BOTH why KCMO is going bankrupt and why local TV news sucks.
It's like going through a recycling bin looking for valuables.

Anonymous said...

I want to know why they haven't cleared the bike lanes yet? Priorities people, priorities!