Tuesday, August 27, 2019
TWO YEARS LATER: WERE KANSAS CITY GO BONDS JUST ANOTHER RIPOFF?!?!
This week 12th & Oak is dedicated to pushing the illusion of progress after big money backed by taxpayers hasn't garnered many results.
Alternative to local hype . . .
CITY HALL FEARS AN INCREASINGLY TAX WEARY KANSAS CITY AND WORKS DILIGENTLY TO JUSTIFY MORE CASH UPCOMING DEMANDS FROM VOTERS!!!
A quick & EXCLUSIVE run down . . .
- Schools want property tax money.
- Another public safety tax is already in the works.
- Rising water rates will demand more cash from voters under the threat of continued shutoffs.
And so . . .
KCMO IS BUSY PROMOTING THE ILLUSION OF PROGRESS IN ORDER TO KEEP THEIR HANDS IN THE POCKETS OF TAXPAYERS!!!
Meanwhile, locals are still waiting for . . .
- Sidewalks in the Northland.
- That new, expensive doggie shelter.
- Urban core street work beyond the high profile areas ripe for gentrification.
Here's the latest salvo . . .
"On April 4, 2017, voters overwhelmingly approved an $800 million comprehensive capital improvements program to use revenue created by issuing general obligation bonds each year for 20 years. The money will pay for infrastructure improvements across the city that has long been deferred. The effort has been branded GO KC."
Take a look the latest video update on the hype and empty promises:
You decide . . .