Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Global Climate Change Kills Kansas City Cars

Misplaced priorities from City Hall & local leadership organizations have created pothole crisis soon to be followed by EVEN WORSE SEWER FAIL that poses a clear & present danger to residents almost every time in rains . . . Sadly, corporations and touting support for the "Green New Deal" is more socially acceptable than talking about the curious decisions from the City Manager's office. Take a look:

Rain in KC this week will lead to rising water levels

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Following a busy winter and ahead of heavy rain forecast for this week, crews monitored metro rivers on Tuesday with rising waters expected over the next few days.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I live in leavenworth on the river and I call tell you it’s already swelling up. What’s sad is how polluted the Missouri River is. Not just from Omaha dumping sewage and all the other towns dumping sewage but the pesticide runoff and all the trash and plastic in it. Then it hits Kansas City and who knows how much illegal dumping of waste is going into it from that city.

Anonymous said...

"Rain will lead to rising water levels." What a surprise! TKC is definitely on the cutting edge of climate science.

Anonymous said...

... and in other news.... water is wet.

mopaint10 said...

Very interesting.