Two things about this exceptionally boring process:
Everyone seems to agree that all of the candidates are uninspiring, don't have any vision for the city and have absolutely no community support.
Even more hilarious . . . The poor, young white dude they're making go through the motions for this job doesn't have a chance.
At the very least, they need to give this guy some local coupons for his trouble given that he's merely an affirmative action interview and TKC will hand this blog over to the first city council member who asks IF they end up hiring the guy.
In the meantime, here's public radio pretending like the decision wasn't already made months ago:
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and the city council are now deliberating one of the most important decisions the legislative body will make - who will be the next city manager. The city manager is one of the most powerful positions in local government, serving as an advisor to the mayor and city council and carrying out their policy decisions.