Thursday, August 08, 2019

Celebrate: Here's One Of Many Reasons Kansas City Rents Have Spiked

This fee was passed directly to consumers . . . At first overtly and illegally . . . And then behind the scenes wherein "activists" couldn't protest. Neverthless, the fight against slumlords persists as locals mistakenly put their faith in 12th & Oak bureaucracy. Checkit:

KC Healthy Homes program celebrates one-year anniversary

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Healthy Homes Rental Inspection Program. During the first year, the city's Health Department, which employs three Healthy Homes inspectors and is in the process of hiring three more, received 829 complaints.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Our Highly Trained Lackeys will help you get your landlord to purchase roach spray and a toilet plunger.

Kohl said...

Crooks

Anonymous said...

A year? Bull shit, who makes these lies up? The health dept just got people to start training for this a few months ago, Jesus Christ these people can’t evar tell the truth.

Anonymous said...


So is this the reason all of those slum houses are on the market right now? So where are those people going because moving further east your gov. check won't pay the rent.

Anonymous said...

Giant fucking property taxes are also why rent has increased

Retro ROCKER said...

We have problems right hear in river city. Look at L.A. and SAN FRANCISCO PEOPLE ARE LIVING IN THERE CARS SUV,AND R.V.s,THEY MAY be saving money on rent, Its a cramped Life style in a Large Metro. If you're in the Wooded area the world is your back yard. You can cook hike,Rents are going up and wages are staying the same.

Anonymous said...

KCMO needs street inspectors to report where pot holes need filled.

Anonymous said...

Here's another reason rents are going up. Kerrie Tyndall, assistant city manager director of economic development for Kansas City. Now laughing all the way to the bank.

Kerrie Tyndall @KerrieTyndallKC
Aug 4

Found out Friday that I have partial tears in both my hamstring tendons. This will continue to put my distance running on hold while they heal but I feel awesome about getting in 30 miles on the bike today AND being…

Anonymous said...

^^^ I'm surprised she never got the scrutiny she deserves. Lot's of "shadow players" screwing us over in this town.

Anonymous said...

I can understand why Tyndall is looking forward to another four years since she doesn't have to really work. Must be nice raking in six figures from the taxpayers for distance running and bicycle riding.

Anonymous said...

This bullshit program will soon cease to exist. The sponsors of this legislation were senior citizens who know nothing about their grandchildren’s irresponsible behavior.