Thursday, August 29, 2019

DOGGIE STYLE!!! TKC BLOG COMMUNITY SAVED TWO DOZEN KCMO JOBS!!!



Because our blog community readers shook their fist at council and City Hall this morning, here's a bit of legislation that wouldn't have happened if nobody is watching . . .

"An amendment to the ordinance made during Thursday's council meeting protects their employment, salaries and pensions with the city. It indicates they'll have the chance to apply with KCPP, but might end up working in different roles."

Now the deets of the deal are under negotiation, here's the start of a very sweet deal that we reported FIRST . . .

Fox4: Kansas City Council approves transferring animal control services to KC Pet Project

KCTV5: Third District Councilor Melissa Robinson was the only no vote in earlier committee discussions. “This is wrong,” she said. “African-Americans represent 47.6 percent of the employees who will be impacted by this privatization proposal.”

Developing . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

But what about the 52.4 whites and other races working there? She showed her racist ass right there.

Anonymous said...

Mrs Robinson does not represent me and I wish she would just STFU!

Anonymous said...

^^^My thoughts exactly. Weird.^^^

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- CURB APPEAL

After playing nice with Denise's Pomeranian, her Pom Poms were humping to please!!!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to stray from the white genocide topic but it only shows how white supremacist are just a bunch of bootlickers for the banks. Workers are getting their pensions and insurance cut. I realize it's not popular to discuss in white supremacist circles but privatization fucks everybody but the banks and bosses you lick ass for.

Anonymous said...

I hope the fact that the minority population in Kansas City is not 40%, therefore the number of Africa Americans impacted by this outsourcing is significant.

This is the trademark of the current city manager.

Citizens voted for Quinton Lucas and he and the council must be held accountable for the actions for their actions and those of the city manager.