The recent rules announced by Mayor Q have locals fearing the worst. Moreover, following a divisive election and continued debate over the outcome, there's not a lot of trust in government right now.
To wit . . .
TONIGHT WE CONSIDER KCMO COVID-19 PENALTIES AND PO-PO PROMISING TO LEAVE PRIVATE RESIDENCES ALONE!!!
Check-it . . .
If organizers hold events anyway, it would violate city mandates and event organizers will be subject to the following penalties:
- Fines from $25-$500
- Jail time from 1 day to 6 months
- Business operations suspended
- Business licenses revoked
On Monday, Lucas said investigators at the Kansas City Health Department will issue citations, and the police and fire departments will help. They will respond to calls of potential violations but also conduct spot checks.
However . . . Here's an important contradiction . . .
However, Sgt. Jake Becchina with the Kansas City Police department said something very different.
“As it pertains to COVID-specific things, we are not going to be out looking for violations and trying to find people and forcing our way into houses and counting the number of people. None of that is going to happen.“ Becchina said.
Developing . . .