The question is simple:
“(What is) the amount of untaxed real estate property in the KC Public School District. If taxed, how would the district benefit?”
TKC Answer: HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS give or take a failed retail outlet or two. Proof: Staubio is in his 30's but actually found a way to get TALLER over the past few years thanks to the largess of the downtown taxing districts. To be fair, if KCPS had the money they just would've wasted it on drum circles.
Here's the MSM answer funded in part by taxpayer cash & d-bag viewers like you.
Earl Fleer is nearly 80 years old now, and he lives about a dozen miles south of his hometown of Hermann, Missouri. But some months back, when he came across an online prompt for our curiousKC reporting initiative, his mind drifted back to his days as a public information officer in the mid-1970s for the Kansas City, Missouri, school district, which is now known as Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS).