Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Taxpayer Tale Of Two Kansas City Jails?!?

Credit where it's due, here's a great question hidden behind the paywall as local government move hopes avoid serious human rights abuse charges whilst tacitly admitting that their plans so far have endangered all of downtown Kansas City. Read more:

Spare the taxpayer: Do Jackson County and Kansas City each need a separate jail?

The stalled process to replace the aging, dysfunctional Jackson County jail is back on track, following a summer of unfortunate delays. On Monday, county lawmakers agreed to spend $1.3 million for the first phase of planning for the facility. The contract was awarded to a group called JCDC Partners, a consortium of local and national firms with experience in jail construction.

10 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

Kansas City needs its own jail to house the repeat offenders that the county won't sentence properly.

Anonymous said...

Cha ching. Now the they want the cities to pay for it.

Anonymous said...

Price Tag $240 Million

Anonymous said...

KCBJ - New Jackson County jail could cost $270M

"During Monday's meeting, architects told county legislators the new facility could be completed by 2024 and that it would cost about $270 million."


Now it's up to our nitwit idiot county legislators to make the right decision.


Good luck with that

Anonymous said...

Whats a few bucks among friends right?

"about $270 million"
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Anonymous said...

"about $270 million"

Interesting this just now happened when Troy "Mr. Big Spender" Schulte stepped in.

Anonymous said...

JCDC Partners LLC of Kansas City, Missouri


A fictitious outfit with no internet info or trail. Very Interesting.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Was registered as an LLC with the state last May 2019 by Daniel F. Musser of Newmark Grubb Zimmer

Anonymous said...

Shitizens will take it up the ass again as they always do here in Shitty City.

Anonymous said...

how many cells do you get for $$270 million? 1000??? that’s $$ 250,000 each wow, did assessor come up with that?