KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In the spring of 2017, Kansas City, Missouri, voters approved $800 million in general obligation (GO) bonds for infrastructure repairs. In the first year of sidewalk fixes, a shows there are some cracks in the plan. The audit, which was released this week, points to faulty repairs and flawed inspections.
Once again, the math doesn't add up, the new builds are sketchy and Kansas City politicos over promised to voters. Here's the audit report: