Saturday, August 24, 2019

Kansas City 'Good Neighbor Law' Solution To Blighted Urban Core Housing Crisis?!?!

A legislative fix that hopes to shift local burdens but, once again, promises to clean up local dumping grounds that need constant care amid neglect from property owners. Take a look:

Neighborhood leaders say new law to help clean up properties

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new law dubbed the Good Neighbor Law was created to help give neighborhood associations a new tool to clean up abandoned properties. Under the law, neighborhood associations would be able to go onto the private property of abandoned houses and clean up trash, mow grass and board up windows if need be.

5 comments:

Sequan Guirguis said...

Whatever it takes to get someone else to maintain your property and cover for ones lack of responsibility.

Anonymous said...

Amazing City Officials can raise property taxes 400 to 1000 percent and still con people to work for free here enforcing laws that have been on the books for eons.

Anonymous said...

Just another thing the blacks get for free, somebody else to clean up their messes

NicK said...

If its abandoned there is nothing stopping them from doing so in the first place. what the hell the owner gonna do take em to court? they'll be in trouble themselves

Anonymous said...

The neighborhood associations are corrupt enough without even more opportunities to infringe on the rights of the individual homeowners. The neighborhood associations spend thousands of dollars on insurance and lawyers to fight the neighbors and the money is collected from the neighbors. Eliminate the neighborhood associations.