Wednesday, April 22, 2020

TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! RISING WATER BILLS THREATEN KANSAS CITY FAMILIES AMID CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN!!!

Local news highlights a nice bit of charity whilst TAX FIGHTERS push back against an effort to continue spiking water prices for broke-ass locals . . . Checkit:

Family struggles with high water bills; KC Water to restore their service

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hand-washing is a major defense against COVID-19, which is why the Kansas City, Missouri, water department promised to halt shutoffs during the pandemic. Yet one Kansas City family says they initially fell through the cracks due to high water bills.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

How can Lucas be expected to address high water bills, crappy streets, a rising homicide rate, snd municipal financial collapse when he just has to spend all that time making TV appearances encouraging "the metro" to have neighborhood tailgate parties?
Let's keep those priorities straight!
Is THE streetcar on time?
You really can't make this stuff up.

Anonymous said...

Rising water bills??? But isn't that what the democrats in the city voted for? YES IT IS! And also the GO Bond that they got screwed with because they are so stupid they didn't figure it out that it was going to be more than $7.00 like some idiot posted before they voted GO on it. You want to blame someone??? Blame the ignorant democrats who have no idea what's going on, but vote how some crook like Sly James told them to.

Anonymous said...

So easy, just blame the other political party, no explanation needed.

Unknown said...

Can't blame Republicans for KCMO issues. This is a one horse town.

Anonymous said...

$111 for wastewater runoff ? There is something really wrong with that part of their billing. KC water dept. should probably look into that.

Anonymous said...

Surely people can figure out how to wash their hands without excessive use of water: wet hands; turn water off; soap hands; lather soapy hands for 20 seconds; turn water on; wash soap off hands; turn water off.

Anonymous said...

The long term corruption and misuse of tax revenue has caused this and other problems. Where does the money go that should have maintained roads, sewers and safety? Perhaps we need to hire Jermaine Reed and Sly James to do a study.

Anonymous said...

No toliet paper to wipe my ass.

Now I can't afford the water to flush the toilet.

Thanks to the Democrat Party -Jackson County Executive Frank White and Democrat KC Mayor Quentin Lucas, I am going to have a bad case of stinky ass.

Anonymous said...

$200 a month water bills, 25% property tax increase are whay happen when Socialist Democrats have complete control of a population like they do in Jackson County , Missouri.

A citizen van't even afford the necessities. Then the Democrats close your church

Anonymous said...

Sweden doesn't have water and yet they're OK.

Retro ROCKER said...

It's RACKETEERING no other water company in town price GOUGING as well.

Anonymous said...

My water bill the last two months was higher than both my electric bill and natural gas bill. In fact, last month it was as much as both the gas and electric bill put together. This was a month with no outside watering and I'm a single person with little laundry use.

Anonymous said...

You can blame Mayor Lucas, Sly James and the city council for completely ignoring this ongoing problem.

Anonymous said...

The Water bills in KC must be higher than the meth heads. Because every where you travel in the Metro you will find very dirty people with no pride, but new cars that are clean.

Anonymous said...

When this Corona biz is all over, go into a public restroom and watch how many people wash their hands. Then report back on your technique working. As most people don't even rinse their hands. 20 seconds is about 19.9 seconds longer than you are going to get most people to perform.

Anonymous said...

The $300 bill would be some 10-15 thousand gallons per month. Use less water... The high bills are (at least in part) due to the decades of defferred maintenance resulting in the feds suing Kansas City for dumping raw sewage into the river, the river which provides the drinking water. for what it is worth, the last bill was $75 for one person and I don't limit water usage.