Monday, February 04, 2019

BREAKING NEWS!!! TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE DAMAGE WORSE THAN REPORTED AS SHUT DOWN EXTENDS TO MONDAY!!!



Credit to Courthouse insiders who told us FIRST that the damage inside the Courthouse was a lot worse than what has been reported.

And so . . .

OUR KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY FORCED THE DISCUSSION ON THIS INFRASTRUCTURE FAIL THAT PERSISTS AS INSIDERS HOPE EXEC FRANK WHITE WILL STEP UP & PROVIDE MORE LEADERSHIP!!!

Here's the latest public info that contradicts local MSM fake news  . . .

Downtown Jackson County Courthouse Closed Monday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Due to an additional water line break that occurred, the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City, 415 E. 12th Street, will be closed for business today, February 4. Power to the building is being turned off so that County staff can assess the situation.

The community is reminded that the County’s Collection, Assessment and Recorder of Deeds departments also offer services at the Historic Truman Courthouse, 112 W. Lexington Avenue in Independence, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., exclusive of observed holidays.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. No additional information will be available at this time. Please follow our social media platforms for the latest updates.

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Developing . . .

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Frank can't fix the pipes himself but he's going to need to pass an emergency ordinance to fix this. You're talking about digging up the entire foundation to find the source of the leak.

Anonymous said...

Frank does not have time for this as he is busy trying to refinance his house.

Anonymous said...

The Courthouse is 85 years old, what do you expect? The Courthouse sits above 100 year old water pipes that are failing all over the city. During the Summer,at 8th and Pennsylvania, the Water Department replaced a broken main that had "1865" stamped on the pipe. WTF. But we worried about a toy train, airport and developers.

Anonymous said...

Oh no! A water pipe leak! This can’t be happening! The world is ending! You geezers are pathetic.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Actually it's two water pipes and they're doing a lot of damage. Sorry you are so concenred about social justice. Some of us actually care about real things like maintenance for government buildings.

Anonymous said...

@8:24 Chris is out early trying to push the narrative of the day.

Anonymous said...

Is it river or swamp water ?

Anonymous said...

Right now the County could probably use the space in the Truman Corthouse for offices instead of it still being used to house a private art collection. Of course, the art's owner is the guy who not so secretly helped bail Frank White out of foreclosure.

Anonymous said...

2/4/19, 9:34 AM
You mean the same guy who "hired" Skippy Sanders, or at least made large payments to the corrupt fuck, for about a year before Sanders was carted off to federal prison?

Anonymous said...

Frank is planning on taking out a second mortgage on the courthouse to finance the repairs and pay for a new jail.

Super Dave said...

Flooded office buildings are no fun to deal with believe me I have had to do it. From what I hear the costs for this will be staggering. Water can do a lot of damage and do it fast. Then you have to deal with all the mold issues afterwards if the clean up isn't done right the first time. And we all know how well local government is about doing it right the first time. People time and time again never ever think about a basement flooding till it happens. But there are many ways to prevent a lot of damage if a basement area is properly set up to deal with incidents such as this.

Anonymous said...

County could sure use those 10's of millions wasted on the Rock Island Corridor.

Anonymous said...

I’d like to donate a toaster so Sly and Frank can cook breakfast in the office.

Anonymous said...

It's time somebody goes to jail

Anonymous said...

Jackson county buildings are dangerous to the public. There are inadequate fire exits on the 1st floor/main floor of the downtown courthouse. I once saw a grounding lightning rod stabbed into the roof on 3M from the high roof above so watch yourself. No sprinklers, elevators that violate code, boxes stacked against stairwell exits, fire hazard crap all over the place. They are worried about PAINT COLORS. Try to do all of your business with them online if you have to at all, and AVOID AVOID AVOID going to any of them. The entire county is a MASSIVE code violation because THEY SELF INSPECT and no one cares. Go read "the fall of the house of usher"

Anonymous said...

Courthouse built in ... 1936? That means constant maintenance and also huge costs when something needs fixing/renovation. Not sure what an attack on the elected county executive accomplishes here though...
-radish

Anonymous said...

Is Justice being served.. crooks refuse to give employees raises.

Most barely making 10.12 bucks an hour after being there years especially those in collections and assessment.

No accountability for millions taken in weekly allegedly deposited at umb

Cheating folks ain't cool. Got a judge living in leawood on the bench...

lots of nasty things going on.. pentegrams.devils Mark on floors..

only one health insurance offered allegedly. Bc. Folks suspect kick backs.

God knows all about alleged corruption.

Anonymous said...

Are you black?