Wednesday, February 12, 2020
SHOCK!!! KANSAS CITY HOMELESS BLIGHT ARGUMENT REEMERGES!!!
A bold statement and a controversial juxtaposition betwixt people and trash . . . We've highlighted the passage that is typically rejected by locals but now deserves another look . . .
Northeast News: "Revisions to Kansas City’s panhandling ordinances were attempted a few years back under the guise of pedestrian safety, citing the number of panhandling complaints registered with the city.
"Those revisions would have made standing on a street corner asking for money nearly impossible.
"The ordinance failed to pass a majority and died on the 26th floor of City Hall . . .
"So to that end, when will the skyrocketing transient issue be classified as the environmental hazard that it is?
"At what point does the ecosystem in and around these camps become hazardous?
"With a new Mayor and City Council, to revisit the issue in an attempt to clean things up a little not only for the safety of the general public but for the environment at large."
Developing . . .