Monday, May 13, 2019

Kansas City Star Publishes Developer Plea For MILLIONS In Luxury Hotel Subsidy

The newspaper helps to give voice to the elite asking for at least 63-MILLION BUCKS to build a fancy new hotel with the chance that a few plebs might find jobs as servants for the local high-class. Checkit:

A new boutique hotel would be a boon to everyone in Kansas City

A rendering of the proposed new boutique hotel across the street to the east of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Submitted illustration Kansas City would reap many benefits from a special new hotel on Wyandotte Street, across from the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts - a project that would create an all-new amenity to keep the city's tremendous momentum moving forward.

14 comments:

Shining a light on the corrupt trash running the city of KCMO and other agencies said...

Just another abuse of power in a long series of abuses of power by KCMO Democrats that began during the Obama Administration.

Anonymous said...

Today, Kansas City cannot attract the five-star segment of visitors because it doesn’t have enough high-end hotel capacity.


LMAO now that's funny. Nothing to do with the fact the city's been turned into a world class crime infested shit hole right?

Anonymous said...

I thought we already had way too many hotels now? Why should we give anybody another damn dime?

Anonymous said...

"public-private partnership"


Here we go again

Joe Geezer said...

BY NEIL NAKAHODO | KEITH MYERS | ALLISON KITE


Did they use a cattle prod on these writers or pay cash for this bullshit?

Anonymous said...

^^^ At this point probably held guns to their heads.

Anonymous said...

Have your big convention in Killa' City! Home of rolling gun battles, drive by shootings, shoot outs and potholes.

Anonymous said...

Sounds about as legitimate as the hype and bullshit Enron was churning out right before it collapsed into an insolvent bankrupt heap.

Anonymous said...

The craziness of their desperation is now on view for all to see via the propaganda arm known as the KC Star.

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness the City Hall/KC Star asswipes have stopped babbling about our "Momentum"!

Now we've moved on to "Tremendous Momentum", which has to be oodles better, right?

Where's Gay4KC, to explain how we're all too stupid to know whether we have too many Hotel Rooms already?

Anonymous said...

5 Star hotel! What a joke! This is just one more Slie/Jolie corrupt grab for taxpayers money! Just say NO!!

Anonymous said...

they should write Stuckey's on the front yellow overhang

Hyperblogal said...

I remember a time, long-long-ago, when the government was evil and the free market was a paragon of virtue. It was a time when, if there was a need for a boutique hotel, one would be built. Now it's government partnering with developers to create something that might attract users. Backwards.

Anonymous said...

What a crock! Anyone who insists on staying in 5-star hotels will not be spending much, if any, time in KC. Where on earth do people come up with these supposed “needs” of the city? But of course it is KC, so the TIF paperwork will probably be delivered to the developers on a silver platter.