Thursday, March 07, 2019

KANSAS CITY CONDOS ARE JUNK!!!

Fear over safety is an unseen cost of urban core gentrification. A bit more evidence of this fact of life:

KC condo residents furious after failed fire inspections

Hide Transcript Show Transcript SCHOOL NOT TO ALLOW THE CHILD TO ENROLL. ABOUT 1000 PEOPLE HAVE SIGNED A PETITION OPPOSING THAT DECISION. >> MORE THAN 75 PEOPLE LIVING IN A KANSAS CITY CONDO COMPLEX FACE CONCERNS TONIGHT ABOUT THEIR BUILDING'S SAFETY. THAT'S AFTER THE FIRE MARSHALL THREATENED TO SHUT IT DOWN.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seven dollar an hour illegal alien carpenters what did you expect ?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^Fact

Anonymous said...

Just another example of junk construction , cheap labor , cheap material , cheap ass management .. So topical of Kills city !

Anonymous said...

These "condos" are actually in an abandoned hospital building.
You would think that perhaps expectations of the residents would be a bit lower than buying/renting an actual condominium.
Not so low as to have inadequate fire protection.
But they live in a converted building in a city where streets are in disrepair and fire hydrants are inspected so seldom that many are found not to work when they're needed.
No surprise here.

Anonymous said...

^^dull.

Anonymous said...

^^^ 630 is exactly right ^^^

Anonymous said...

^^6:30 is boring and talks too much.

World Class Bullshit said...

No every single new building constructed in KCMO is of the highest standard of craftsmanship known to man.

ROFL

Mr. Pell said...

It's terrific!

Anonymous said...

Wow. Look it up in the JACO records. Park Reserve LLC has their property valued at $10.00 and pays $2.00 in property taxes. Does something stink?

Anonymous said...

^^Yes. Your diaper!

Anonymous said...

Another failure.

Anonymous said...

^^^...and yet it's not really. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Tony Botello is right!!! Tony's mom's basement is the best place to live!!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a Fire Marshall's little white envelope wasn't thick enough this time, doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

^^No. It doesn't.

Anonymous said...

Actually it sounds like gopher has a new topic--justifying shoddy tax abated construction.