Monday, August 19, 2019

Kansas City Needs More Affordable Housing For Beaten Down Families

Tragic sign of the times as the cycle of violence starts at home. Here's a silver lining and yet another indication of harsh times getting worse in KCMO. Checkit:

A New Affordable Housing Complex Will Help Families Escaping Domestic Violence In Kansas City

Addressing Kansas City's shortage of affordable housing options was a main tenet of Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas' campaign. On Monday, Lucas is set to announce a new affordable housing project geared specifically toward families who have survived domestic violence. Community nonprofit Linwood Property Inc.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your fat-assed Mayor Sly James famously and unnecessarily evicted homeowners in 2012-2013, for a police station. You can't make this stuff up. Now, suddenly there's a shortage of housing. Hmmmm...

Anonymous said...

^^and yet nobody whatsoever is talking about Sly. Only you. weird.

Anonymous said...

Wrong! ^^And yet, the eight year accumulation of Slie's "stains" haven't faded away, 10:53. Oh, he will be "Tide" to the "dirt" of the Kcrumbling, Kcorrupt,and Kcrimmie Kcowtown. Hopefully, Q's term won't be just a "rinse, repeat" and taxpayers still getting "soaked". Maybe, Q can "Mister Clean" the murder and debt momentums "machine"!!!

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you are STILL the only one talking about Sly. Weird.

Anonymous said...

@11:18 here....and yet, I didn't post @10:41. WEIRDO ALERT @11:23!

Anonymous said...

I wonder if "weird" guy posts as "Snowman" on gateway city radio message boards.

Anonymous said...

There is plenty of affordable housing in KCMO. It is affordable but no one wants to live there because the city will not protect it's citizens from the rampant crime in those areas. It's a viscous circle, the houses are worth less because of crime making it uneconomical to maintain and repair, resulting in ever increasing blight.

Instead of doing the hard work of providing safe neighborhoods KCMO has decided that blacks should be forced to Raytown and Grandview.

Not weird, just sad.

Anonymous said...

11:48 is on point and correct.