Thursday, June 20, 2019

Northland Politicos Betrayed Scott Wagner But Now He Seems Happier Back In Northeast

The fickle politics across the bridge has a growing population, a vast array of potential big money donors and a growing need for resources. Yet the only progress they've made is low-key down low support of the mayoral winner among some of their smarter denizens.

Accordingly, this perspective from one of KC's most qualified politicos is worthwhile if only because he seem more at home in this part of town and actually enthusiastic to get his hands dirty dealing with neighborhood issues.

Northeast Newscast Episode 91: Scott Wagner talks about his vision as director of Northeast Alliance Together (NEAT)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Scott's first project will be to explain to those of us living in Northeast exactly what NEAT does and why we need it.

Anonymous said...

Wish the carpetbagger was this enthusiastic the last 8 years on the council.

Anonymous said...

Why isn't he required to live in the Northeast?

Byron Funkhouser said...

If Clay doesn't have to live in Kansas City, then this dude doesn't have to live in the northeast.

Why don't you move since you think moving is so easy?

Show us how it's done.

Anonymous said...

Why this Gladstone geek is always associated with the NE is mind bending...