Friday, May 29, 2020

KCMO 'OPEN STREETS' HYPE EXCLUDES RESISTANCE FROM NEIGHBORS!!!

One "Karen" can shut down an entire street in Kansas City without running it past ANYBODY ELSE ON THE BLOCK . . . We noted the growing resistance previously but local news picked up our story but decided to double down on promotional content and the move to make this effort PERMANENT.

Checkit:

KCMO launches "Open Streets" initiative to transform neighborhood streets into parks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People living in Kansas City, Missouri, are turning their residential streets into neighborhood parks. The city is now allowing residents to temporarily close streets during the stay-at-home orders through an initiative called " Open Streets."

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought the "stay at home orders" had expired some time ago. Did I miss something or are we commanded to stay at home in perpetuity?

Anonymous said...

This crap won't last - Gov't at all levels needs the earners at work to pay the (ever increasing) taxes that pay for their salaries/retirement packages and all the 'goodies' promised to constituents.

Anonymous said...


The stay at home orders are over! This is ridiculous when everyone was able to walk on any street and go to the parks. It's also hysterical for food places to serve people eating on the streets and in parking garages. I can't wait to how this turns out. Watch out for rats!

Anonymous said...

great idea for kids home for the summer with public pools closed.

create a neighborhood space!

great idea for community building and sane living.

Anonymous said...

^^Right, and if that is all it was that would be ok, but it has turned into neurotic unemployed moms and dads bowing up to people who dare to come down the 'closed' street on their way home.

Anonymous said...

Open Spaces was a big failure. Open streets will be too.

Anonymous said...

Ok Karen.

Anonymous said...

Streets are an anachronism now being put to better use. If you are staying home you won't be outside on the public street so I guess you are confused about something.

Anonymous said...

Can this be done on the east side as well, except with the opposite focus? Keeping locals from leaving their streets and neighborhoods? Just a thought.