Monday, October 07, 2019

Kansas City According To Troy

Yet another exit interview as the company line for Mayor Sly's Administration earns continued repetition despite economic indicators arguing otherwise. Read more:

Why The Retiring City Manager Says Kansas City Is Better Off Than 10 Years Ago

Troy Schulte, one of the most influential city managers in recent Kansas City history, knows he may be remembered for helping oversee downtown's revival, the streetcar, the convention hotel and a new airport terminal.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Neighborhoods are not better off, Troy. Poor trash pickup, poor neighborhood code enforcement, lack of police, poor neighborhood roads, etc. Only groups that have benefited are the developers and downtown.

Anonymous said...

Downtown may be better off, but streets are growing new potholes, and winter is coming soon.

I hope Quinton keeps his promises to get neighborhoods in better shape. I will say one thing--a sidewalk error a city contractor made in front of my house a couple of years ago is actually being fixed, so my hopes are up.

Anonymous said...

Iowa farm, huh? Bet seeing those pigs at the troughs there makes him feel right at home.

Anonymous said...

Is that snow? Or dandruff?

Anonymous said...

Troy can kiss my ass the lying fuck!

Anonymous said...

Is he able to keep a straight face while spewing this bullshit?

Anonymous said...

KCUR is sticking with the ol' behavior modification diarrhea.

Anonymous said...

KCMO residents may not be better off than ten years ago, but fat 'ole Troy sure is!
Been a nice cushy ride.
And he's got plenty socked away.
So long suckers!

Anonymous said...

75% of Kansas City residents live in areas that have declined in the past 10 years. These same residents subsidized the developers who we credit with revitalizing downtown.

Anonymous said...

the roads and bridges are crumbling and the city in mates are escaping the basic services are not being done only glitzy new projects

Anonymous said...

Just go already. The truth will be for all to see once he is gone and the curtain is pull back on his production. The new city manager will have an enormous puzzle to put together and unfortunately most of the staff with direct knowledge on how things were done are retiring.

I know his ears will be ringing.