The economic downturn sparked by the coronavirus pandemic has already begun to wreak havoc on city budgets. And Kansas City, Missouri might end up being one of the worst hit, according to a recent Brookings Institution study. KCUR, the city's NPR affiliate, has the details in a recent story that has prompted a lot of conversation among Kansas Citians.
Tuesday, July 07, 2020
Second Opinion: COVID-19 Kills Kansas City Downtown Renaissance
It was only a matter of time until the speculative development bubble burst . . . This missive offers more proof that taxpayer giveaways and sweetheart deals were never going to create enough "momentum" to fund so many ponzi schemes inside the loop . . . Take a look: