Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Kansas City Slum Crackdown Cont'd

A reminder that the "nice side of the bridge" isn't all threat great anymore . . . Here's an update on the result of recent "slumlord" case and newfound power of local housing authorities. Read more:

Health inspectors: Living conditions barely improved at Northland apartment complex

First at 6:00, another look and the same old problems at aNnorthland apartment complex. Good evening everybody . . .The Englewood apartments on northwest Waukomis drive in the Northland, had 115 city health code violations last month.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The hood rats made it across the river

Anonymous said...

This complex has had serious issues for decades. It's been a sewer that they City has conveniently overlooked while placing dozens of immigrant families in sub-standard housing. Why is it taking SO LONG for the City to get things fixed? If we had so much as a gutter hanging loose on our house, the City Inspectors would have been all over our butts. Money from the "out-of-town" owners makes a big difference, doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

9:29 yes they did and they brought their disease, drugs, trash and murderous ways with them.

Anonymous said...

every basement apartment in that place has mold.

Retro ROCKER said...

Tear it down Urban Renewal. Put in an in and out burger.

Anonymous said...

they all brought it there themselves