Tuesday, April 21, 2020

COVID-19 Threatens To Bankrupt The Dotte

As we noted previously, NASCAR is unlikely this year and sketchy development project have started to extract a horrific toll . . . Read more:

Wyandotte County projects up to $20M revenue shortfall

Wyandotte County has been the hardest hit metro county during the coronavirus pandemic, with more cases as a percentage of the population than any other community. Now, Wyandotte County's Unified Government is looking at a $15 million to $20 million revenue shortfall in the current budget year.


Anonymous said...

No word from Kansas City, Missouri... The state and the county will be in no condition to bail out KCMO. KCMO continues to spend with abandon. 13 deer in the headlight. Q cannot be considered a "mayor" as the mayor is expected to be a leader. Happy Q enjoyed the BBQ with the white folks in Waldo..

Retro ROCKER said...

It will be a Disaster .And there will not be enough revenue in taxes for them to get out of the hole .I will spend much in K.C.I WILL SPEND in other towns in Missouri Less Taxes And Fresher Air.