Wednesday, May 15, 2019

More Deets On The Great KC Parks Sellout

Northeast News offers another report on a plan that very few people like which offers a sketchy method of privatizing taxpayer resources by way of non-binding promises. Read more:

Park land for sale aims to spur neighborhood collaboration

Kansas City Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners has voted to put 55 acres of park land up for sale. The acres are divided among four parks: the north portion of Lykins Square Park, part of Van Brunt Park, a large portion of Hodge Park, and the entirety of Belvidere Park.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I presume the Board of Parks and Rec are as incompetent as the rest of Kansas City government, especially the lard ass mayor and city council. Why should they be allowed to decide about selling park.

Anonymous said...

Can they sell the parks to anyone? Wonder what the restrictions are that come with the sale.

NicK said...

last year they tried to sell 3 parks and we voted it down. Persistent ain't they?

Anonymous said...

Last year the city tore down a parks building, clearned of the entire lot for a developer. 20th and tracy

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Nelson-Atkins wall builder could get some paid work from the Parks Board.