A recession sucks the joy out of a city. Shops and restaurants close. Buildings turn shabby. Rebirths of old neighborhoods screech to a halt. Plans for new housing, streetcar expansions, bike trails and park improvements go dormant. A new analysis predicts that Kansas City may experience those scenarios sooner than most other places as the widespread disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic continue.
Friday, April 17, 2020
Newsflash: Coronavirus Inflicts Horrific Damage On Kansas City Finances
Worthwhile roundup article for those who haven't read it already . . . Not really groundbreaking BUT an important glimpse the devastating economic toll that's only growing worse as the pandemic continues . . . Checkit: