Monday, February 11, 2019

Season Of Kansas City Busted Pipes Cont'd

More insight into MASSIVE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FAIL over the weekend which continues to impact locals across the Midtown corridor as late winter often showcases this town's very fragile management of resources and the continued neglect of a MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR EPA Sewer mandate that's often politely ignored. Read more:

Water main breaks in Kansas City impact families, businesses

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT DO. THEY ARE STILL THERE. >> THAT'S RIGHT. THEY ARE STILL AT WORK TRYING TO FIX THAT WATER MAIN. ONE OF THE DELAYS WAS THEY FOUND A TREE HAD GROWN ON TOP OF THAT WHERE THAT WATER MAIN WAS.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What’s sLIE’s plan to fix all these broken pipes? Spend more money downtown just like he has been doing for seven years

Anonymous said...

The primary theme of KCMO, failing or already failed, is being played out in many ways.

Anonymous said...

^^^...and yet, KC is still here. Weird.

Anonymous said...

See! It's the trees fault!

Anonymous said...

@7:46 is right, who knew there were trees in Kansas City?
Obviously not the Water Department's Administrative Staff over the past thirty years!

Anonymous said...


Sly has given all of your go bond tax money to the developers new infrastructure. With all of these new water main breaks count on another tax or maybe he will just flat out charge the residents to fix them.

Kansas City has some huge rocks. Sly and his gang crawled out from under several of them.

Anonymous said...

This has been a HUGE problem for decades in this city--yet we have to drop everything and and spend millions on a new airport...