Tuesday, September 24, 2019


Big picture perspective on the property tax debate and how it might be fixed behind the scenes . . . But probably not. Take a look:

Kansas City Public Schools board to vote on tax levy rate

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When it comes to 2019-20 property assessments in Jackson County, most people agree on one thing. "It's a big mess," Teresa Perry, a community activist, said Monday before the Kansas City Public Schools Board of Directors.


Anonymous said...

You RAYCISS Bassers tryin' ta take monay frum Lil' Black Chilluns agin!
Us de onliest ones lookin out fo de Chilluns!
Gibs us de Monay!

(from the Official KCMOPSD statement on this matter)

Anonymous said...

Frosty Shithole of The World

I heart Shithole

That's the way we do Shithole

Q's Shithole of The Midwest

Hyperblogal said...

KCPS used to have 70-thousand students.... now, less than 15-thousand.... just saying.

Retro ROCKER said...

Many people that live in the kcps,district send there children to parochial or Private schools. And I have seen parents make sacrifices TO pay for the education. They don't buy a couple of forty thousand dollar,cars every few years .They have a nice ten years or older car and a great macanic. The tens of thousands they save go into a great education. Less school drama.