If there is an affordable housing shortage in Kansas City, why is that so? Could the very housing policies meant to help actually be part of the problem? No less than Bob Langenkamp, the man formerly in charge of handing out economic development subsidies in Kansas City, said these subsidies were necessary to offset the increased costs of city regulation.
Saturday, October 05, 2019
City Hall Mostly Hurts KCMO Housing
Worthwhile review of Kansas City neighborhood policy and how it almost always helps to upset the balance against neighborhoods. Tax fighters suggest a "hands off" policy whilst locals might want to consider more advocacy from STAKEHOLDERS AND HOMEOWNERS rather than special interests or developers. Take a look: