Wednesday, September 25, 2019

TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! KCPS BOARD REJECTS PROPERTY TAX BREAK AMID ASSESSMENT CRISIS!!!

We'll revisit this for the morning but for now this link tease CONFIRMS our prediction and a Kansas City late night life lesson: Our schools never met a tax they didn't like . . . Take a look:

Kansas City school taxes will rise 23% as board declines to lower levy

School board president Pattie Mansur of Kansas City Public Schools explains the board's vote on the school levy on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019. Following the insistence of charter school leaders and some outspoken civic groups, the Kansas City school board on Wednesday voted unanimously to keep the district's property tax rate as is.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Most KCPS kids graduate illiterate anyway. They’re just going to school for the free breakfast and lunch.

Anonymous said...

Got to pay for those executive perks somehow. Free cars and meals aren't cheap.

Anonymous said...

Cortes is lying. She doesn't own a house in KCMO. She's a renter.

Anonymous said...

Time to roll out the guillotines.

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^A failure of education.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City Public Shit system

Keepin' It Frosty

Anonymous said...

Attendance will always be their problem for accreditation. I don't think more money will solve the problem of lazy parents getting their kids to school every day. Maybe if you gave away free dinner too.