KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Affordable housing, public transportation, job location and creation all play a part in making a city greener, and vice versa. City leaders say if we want to address one, we need to address them all. Making KC more dense could be a solution to making it greener and more accessible.
Thursday, December 27, 2018
Kansas City Green Hype Persists
Not so long ago Mayor Kay Barnes championed 10,000 rain gardens in order to save this town from impending sewer FAIL . . . Her effort was ahead of its time and mostly clowned by locals. Here's the latest "green" initiative that doesn't even provide a fun weekend project but instead only offers talking points for the politicos running for office. Read more: