Friday, March 22, 2019

FLOODING THREATENS KANSAS CITY HOBO CAMPS DOWN THE RIVER!!!

One of the most important service journalism stories we've seen on the local angle of recent flooding . . . Once again Kansas City's most vulnerable residents are in need of help as the SPIKE IN KANSAS CITY HOBOS continues to tax City Hall resources. Read more:

Riverfront Homeless Camps in Harms Way

Michael Bushnell Northeast News KANSAS CITY - Rising waters are threatening those with the least, the most. As the Missouri River continues to rise, residents living near the river are watching and hoping. Hoping flood predictions fall short of expectations given that literally, everything they own is at stake.

10 comments:

Bleach Is The Answer said...

They have internet right?

Anonymous said...

The camps probably need to be flushed anyway.

Anonymous said...

At least the fire department will not be providing the water this time around.

Anonymous said...

Floods are God's way of giving the place a royal douche.

Anonymous said...

Extend the streetcar line to these river camps

Frances said...

Most of them have empty gallon jugs which will serve nicely as improvised water wings. Now if the National Guard will just airdrop a ton or two of Tide, all will be well.

Anonymous said...

Let the water flow. Wash the trash down stream so they go somewhere else.
Real tired of stopping at traffic lights and being pestered for money. Good bye and so long.

Anonymous said...

Drove down 3rd St East from Caddyshack to Knuckleheads a couple of weeks ago. Where 3rd turns into NE Industrial Trafficway and before you get to Guinotte, there is a big homeless camp on the south side of the road. With the leaves off of the trees you can easily see it.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City has $10MM for the Jazz District (without a referendum), so why not spend a few bucks to help these poor people out? where is your compassion, Kansas City? Aren't these folks human beings?

Anonymous said...

Let them live in the 18th and Vine district, get some value out of it