Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Kansas City Officials Plead With Locals: Fill Out Census Or Risk Losing Cash

Credit to KCTV5 for finally writing a report that puts the local government efforts in perspective without all of the flowery euphemisms about locals "counting" for something other than more federal funding. 

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How important is the census, really? KC didn't qualify for COVID relief money because of undercounting

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The last day to respond to the census is next Monday (Oct. 5), but the census is not just a count of how many people live in the United States. It's a guide for how to allocate federal resources, and Kansas City almost missed out on some much-needed COVID-19 relief.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

They need it for the airport.

Byron Funkhouser said...

This is so much BS. They want us to fill out the census for representation in congress, and I am not going to contribute to the colonizers' dominion over us.

Anonymous said...

Oh no, does this mean the city is not going to remain being so beautiful and well maintained?

Clayton Bigsby said...

Means the Reverends might have to settle for a Chrysler 300

Bandit said...

Damn they are searching the couch cushions ain't they?
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Anonymous said...

There was no undercount. Kansas City simply did not have the population to qualify.

Bandit said...

They damned sure won't with people leaving 7:52

Anonymous said...

I lied on my, said the house was vacant! He he!