Sunday, February 09, 2020

Judgement Call: Kansas City Values Bar Biz Over Schools & Churches

Old rules enforcing community standards are now off the books as this town DESPERATELY needs revenue far more than safer streets for students and faith communities.

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Kansas City Schools And Churches Lose Extra Power Over Whether Bars Can Open Nearby

School districts and churches in Kansas City, Missouri, will no longer have increased power to keep liquor stores and bars out of neighborhoods. On Thursday, the Kansas City Council unanimously passed an ordinance saying that churches and school districts have the same level of input as homeowners and other property owners when it comes to approvals for new bars and restaurants.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

No church should be allowed within 100 feet of a bar.

Anonymous said...

Center High should get back to worrying about education and get off of the "WOKE" wagon.

Anonymous said...

Because education should include nothing about our own communities?

Anonymous said...


This is WRONG KC fight back.

Anonymous said...

No church should allowed, period. Not with proximity to humans at all.

Anonymous said...

Maybe dey be tryin to gets baby mamma closer to their kids at school by putting the bars within walking distance of the school!

Anonymous said...

And yet, the mothers you refer to, are hard-working Americans. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^No they ain't in the areas we are talking about so STFU Weird.

Anonymous said...

Only the Chiefs are allowed to get sloppy pissfaced drunk in front of the impressionable children.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Call a cop prude.

Retro ROCKER said...

People are spending money on Food Beverage Entertainment and Travel .When you go into A RECESSION THEY WILL drink more. The Roaring Twenties .is hear. Eighty percent are one paycheck from disaster, but they will buy a few drinks.