Despite a warning from a city official that hundreds of Kansas City residents could face eviction by the end of May, the City Council won't decide until June whether to fund more legal services for low-income tenants. In the months since the coronavirus forced the closure of businesses across the nation, record numbers of people have sought unemployment benefits.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Kansas City Coronavirus Eviction Surge Coming Soon With No Help From City Hall
Despite the valiant efforts of KC Tenants . . . Evictions are ready to start ramping up and politicos are caught betwixt siding with "home providers" vs. very vocal activists . . . Here's one more report on an upcoming inevitability: