Friday, January 22, 2021

Kansas City Disguises Developer Corporate Welfare With Affordable Housing Hype

To be fair, at the outset of Democratic Party rule . . . Free money is the order of the day. And so a few buzz words and continued payoffs keep the hired protesters placated.

Here's a worthwhile note that ALMOST explains this not so new deal . . .

City council considering new proposal to make more affordable housing in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Renting an apartment in Kansas City could soon be more affordable. The Kansas City Council is considering a new rule that would require developers who get tax breaks to offer a portion of their units at a reduced rate based on a family's income.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

With the result that rents for the market rate apartments will increase so that they are no longer affordable for middle income renters. Once again the city shows it favors the rich and the poor over the vast majority that constitutes the middle.

Anonymous said...

Armour Blvd and around that whole area is nothing but hud owned apartments. I don’t understand what this is all about.

Anonymous said...


Mo' Free Stuff!..at taxpayer expense..

Anonymous said...

All that will do is encourage developers to take their business elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully 11:02 is right. We have enough "development" and "momentum" to last for years to cum.

Build apartments inside Independence Center. Should be able to house at least 500 gimmees. They could have paintball games in the center, only with real bullets. Oh the joy!!!

Anonymous said...

^^yes! Maybe they get a couple of the white geriatrics who walk around there all day!! Wouldn't that be fun!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Professor McDrinkerson dancing on the strings of his masters, the developers.