Thursday, February 28, 2019

Kansas City Politicos Making More Pothole Promises Despite GO BOND CASH Dwindling

Remember that KCMO taxpayers passed more than $800-MILLION worth of funding for better streets and sidewalks less than two years ago. Now politicos running for office are ready to talk more taxes and make new promises before the next election cycle. Checkit:

KCMO committee seeking to remedy potholes meets today

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's a bumpy ride on several streets in Kansas City. Due to the seemingly never-ending winter weather, more and more potholes continue to pop up. On Thursday, the Kansas City, Missouri, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will discuss a number of items on the agenda, including an update on the pothole issue.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will not be voting on any further requests for money until we get some new leadership in this town. The leaders currently serving are all corrupt!

Anonymous said...

Wow, they have created a committee on pot holes, you don’t need a committee to know we have 1.2 billion potholes, everybody in killa shitty already knows.

Anonymous said...

^^...and yet they don't bitch about it everyday like you do. Weird.

Hyperblogal said...

The best time to hire pot hole crews is in February. I guess.

Anonymous said...

12:14 and yet they don’t come on here everyday and bitch like you do. Weird.