Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Downtown Kansas City Leaders Refuse To Debate Homeless Camp On The Paseo

This note provides a worthwhile update and reminder that leaders inside the loop want to push their problems East instead of engaging neighbors and working toward a better solution to the homeless crisis during the pandemic.

Read more as we notice our friends from Northeast fighting desperately to prevent this political power play . . .

Kansas City Downtown Council proposes a temporary camp to help people living on the streets

KANSAS CITY, MO - The Kansas City houseless population could be approaching Great Depression levels due to shelters not being able to take in as many people during the pandemic. The Downtown Council of Kansas City proposed a temporary camp near the Paseo for those in need of shelter.

10 comments:

Alpinista said...

Just like the drug rehabilitation center - not next door to me!

The homeless crises isn't going away.

In fact, it's going to get a lot worse.

Anonymous said...

Home on the range.

Anonymous said...

Sorry homeless bums! Would you like the mayor's home address?

Anonymous said...

put it in the parking of Costco at Linwood and 31ST

My name is Jeff said...

Nah, put it at 12th and oak. They already had one camp.

Unknown said...

Bunch is a loser. Vote the bums out!

Anonymous said...

Almost makes me wish the name change went through...so many murders and now a homeless camp along mlk blvd.

Anonymous said...

I'm trying to score an 8 ball and a new seat for my ten speed. I know where I'm shopping. Who said there are food deserts in the inner city?

Anonymous said...

There's a lot of room now where they used to print the fading Star at 1601 McGee Street, but they will need to put up with the funky smell of liberals sweating over their white guilt.

Anonymous said...

Let them have Eric Bunch's bike lanes. At least then they would get some use.