Kansas City is working steadily toward its first-ever housing policy, but a significant challenge remains: how to fund a fix to its affordable housing shortage. One solution, offered Wednesday by Mayor Pro Tem Scott Wagner, would boost Kansas Citians' property tax rate to raise about $4 million per year - or an estimated $41 million over its 10-year life.
Wednesday, December 05, 2018
TKC Told You So: KCMO Councilman Wagner Wants Affordable Housing Property Tax Spike
Last month our blog community reported this news about a horrible property tax plan and tomorrow it will be in the paper. Check a mayoral candidate effectively making himself un-electable in the Northland: