Monday, August 19, 2019

NEWSFLASH!!! JACKSON COUNTY ELEVATORS BACK IN WORKING ORDER!!!

For now . . . Here's a sign that 12th & Oak politicos continue to argue over how to run local government but might deserve a pat on the back for keeping their building in decent working order.

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Downtown JaxCo Courthouse back to 2 working elevators

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, now has two of its six elevators working again after maintenance last week led to only one functioning elevator. Marshanna Smith, a spokeswoman for Jackson County Executive Frank White, said in a statement Monday morning that repairs had been completed on an elevator that was taken out of service Thursday for a potential mechanical issue.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Atta boy Frankie, only four more to go! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

This building is unsafe and needs to be reported as such. It's dangerous.

Anonymous said...

If you think this deserves a pat on the back, you are setting the bar way too low. The fact the courthouse repairs haven't even been started six months after the flood merits a kick in the ass.

Anonymous said...

Damn! That judge has some clout.

Anonymous said...

Now, about the nasty vermin and smelly mold. You know who you are. Hahahahahaha!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Alright, let's get back to giving out lots of probation for violent crimes!

Anonymous said...

Who will trust those elevators?

Anonymous said...

HAHAHA!!!

Anonymous said...

We need this judge to light a fire under Franks ass more often. He can obviously get it done. Good job !

Anonymous said...

There are many ways to understand that your city has turned into a slum. This is just one of them.