Tuesday, March 26, 2019


Buried in this report is a great local quote: "I will believe it when I see it." So far we've only seen repairs on Ward Parkway.


Kansas City increases road resurfacing budget by $7M

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missour City Council is looking to increase funding to improve resurfacing crumbling roads. "Pretty broken and not great," resident Solomon Tapia said. You probably already know what this story is about. " Lots of bumps, we are trying not to have flat tires," driver Lindsey Mrowinski said.


One Bad Hombre said...

My rims are wrecked.

Anonymous said...

^^^ And yet Gopher will come along and deny it. Weird.

Anonymous said...

In KC it doesn't matter what gets put where in the budget.
What matters is how it's actually spent.
This money will just sit there waiting for the next "recognizing an emergency" ordinance and it will disappear into the budget of the latest NEXT BIG THING.
It never changes.

Anonymous said...

If people are serious about getting potholes fixed properly, then three things need to happen:
1. Troy Schulte needs to be fired
2. The new city manager needs to fire Sherri McIntyre
3. The new Public Works director needs to clean house in the public works department.

Anonymous said...

Major work on Ward Parkway just before the election- hmmmm.

Grip Madlock said...

2 days in Martin City they were patching potholes and they had this mysterious tool in aiding them,its called a roller which when used does a miraculous job in PROPERLY fixing the issue.