In an effort to deter large gatherings and limit the spread of the new coronavirus at Kansas City parks, workers spent Friday placing road barricades at the entrances of Blue Valley and Swope parks. Both parks will remain open for residents to walk, jog and bike but the barriers were put in place to restrict vehicle traffic into the recreational areas, said parks superintendent Kevin Evans.
Friday, April 17, 2020
KANSAS CITY PARKS BARRICADED AS EAST SIDE IGNORES LOCKDOWN RULES!!!!
The meetups have never stopped at the shelters . . . Here's a glimpse at a crackdown straight from City Hall and spin that wants to avoid placing public health blame: