Monday, March 16, 2020

Kansas City Weekly Report Whilst 12th & Oak Continues Work Amid Coronavirus Pandemic



Overall this is clip is always a good guide to municipal issues and concerns. There are a few COVID-19 mentions but nothing significant.

Here's the premise . . .

"The Weekly Report provides news and insight about Kansas City, Mo. programs and services provided by City departments."

Take a look . . .




You decide . . .

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

hand wash with funky smelling Kansas City water. That will keep you safe!

Anonymous said...

^^^ +100

Carlo said...

City Hall can't shut down just yet, have to keep on taxing and taxing that 1% from Johnson County to keep the lights on. Damn shame.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Feel free to live AND work in Johnson County. It's not like we need more insurance salesmen here. We're good!

Anonymous said...

so THIS is why the gopher boy was so busy today.

Anonymous said...

No closure for casinos and abortion clinics.

Anonymous said...

^^^ OUCH!

Anonymous said...

Greatest Hoax since the burning of the Reichstag! This is a precursor to martial law and a complete take over! Go to INFO WARS for the truth! You are being played!

Anonymous said...

^^^^ NO THANKS!

Anonymous said...

Smiley selfies Lucas and the gang have essential services that they have to be sure continue to be delivered.
Those subsidies of new hotels, consulting contracts for friends and campaign contributors, and other city hall goodies can't take care of themselves!
Extras like pothole repairs are of course put on hold during the emergency.
A virus can't change the priorities of KCMO government.
Momentum!

Anonymous said...

^^^Boring. Do better chud. How's that cough you developed? Tick tock. Bye bye.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Chimpy. What happened to our clown suit monkey mascot? C'mon, tell us again about how nobody flew in to town to watch basketball or how things looked at the Chiefs parade.

Those being just two examples of how you show your ass and get smashed every day. Lol

Anonymous said...

Fed relief money coming our way.
(Got to pay the note on next months bonds)