Wednesday, August 19, 2020
TKC READER WARNS: KANSAS CITY SHOULD PREP FOR HORRIBLE WINTER!!!
Summer is quickly slipping away and one of our VERY FAVORITE READERS offers this word to this wise with a warning for the future . . .
This winter, you will have to wait longer for snow removal and pothole repairs in Kansas City, Missouri. Starting this week new budget cuts go into effect that shave millions of dollars from city maintenance projects. The city is already warning that parks and boulevards will be mowed less frequently, tree trimming will be reduced and city crews won’t be available for emergency sidewalk repairs.The more than $23 million cut was considered necessary after a sharp decline in tax revenues due to the pandemic. This week, the City Council will also consider cutting back its curbside recycling service and a plan to furlough city workers.
Lovely 👎👎👎 and who knows the cuts we don’t know and what further cuts will come when they discover they overestimated revenues? I hope they keep filtering the water :(
Developing . . .