Monday, November 18, 2019

How Could Kansas City Ever Replace Troy???

A nationwide search is a good start as City Hall struggles to find a vision for the future and after a building boom that lasted for a decade. Read more:

Search to begin for new KCMO city manager

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A committee will begin the process of choosing a new Kansas City, Missouri, city manager ahead of outgoing City Manager Troy Schulte's departure in February. Mayor Quinton Lucas said Monday that the committee will work with a national search firm and the Kansas City Council to select a replacement.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

At least we knew what we had with Troy, there’s no telling how bad this will turn out with the millennial mayor in charge

Anonymous said...

Guess they could just trade and make Frank the city manager. Can't fuck it up any worse than it already is.

Anonymous said...

5:16 Funny. Chuckled.

Anonymous said...

If the outgoing City Manager Troy Schulte was good, I would hate to see bad. The core functions of the City of Kansas City are neither efficient nor effective. Never concluded if the two month effort to address the pothole was an issue or if the ten 311 request was an issue. The pothole was filled three times last winter and was never properly addressed beyond pouring more asphalt on top of the temporary asphalt.

Anonymous said...

No doubt we'll find some corrupt clown to hand the City Manager position without a public vote.

Anonymous said...

This fat, underqualified jerk, just fell into his position. Now, it's like he's everyone's hero. Fuck you dumbass, yeah, you're a rich fuck now but you're still a fat piece of shit!

Anonymous said...

What person in their right mind would want to come here and try to clean up the mangled wreck Sly and Troy Schulte created.




Anonymous said...

Anyone remember a couple of years ago when TKC pointed out that Schulte had an old unpaid Jackson County property tax bill?

Apparently, after he moved from south KC up to Clay County he never paid his outstanding Jackson County property tax, or at least the County records had him down as years delinquent.

How ironic that now he's going to work for Jackson County! You can't make this stuff up.

Anonymous said...

One safe bet in the questions about who will become the new City Manager is the color of that person's skin.

Anonymous said...

Now he gets to draw his six figure city pension, probably work about 20 hours a week for 250K for the county.