"We don't want that in our neighborhood": South KC residents express opposition to migrant shelter plan
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Arizona-based Vision Quest has filed multiple special-use permit applications with the city to convert old Kindred Hospital at 87th and Troost into an 85-room facility to hold undocumented migrant boys aged 11-17. City leaders have voiced opposition to the plan, and it's not a plan some residents in nearby neighborhoods have any interest in backing, either.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
More Kansas City Resistance Against Proposed Migrant Youngster Detention Camp
There's an ongoing debate and legal consideration regarding the policy but progressives have pushed the issue and "brought it home" to locals brilliantly . . . NOBODY wants to live near youngsters in cages . . . Checkit: