KANSAS CITY, MO - Yvonne Llewellyn has owned the Jamdown Kitchen on Prospect nearly 7 years. "On the menu we have oxtail, curry goat, everything, red beans and rice," Llewellyn said. She's seen the police cars race up and down that corridor, but soon there will be a new plan in place aimed at reducing crime in her community.
Thursday, February 07, 2019
Kansas City Waits For Crime Spike Fix At Embattled Troost Corridor Bus Stops
Here's hope that transit improvements inspire crime cleanup and better neighborhoods . . . On the bright side, urban core public infrastructure investment is a much better strategy than giving away a ton of cash for downtown luxury condos. Checkit: