Monday, January 11, 2021

Kansas City Property Owners Beware: Council Joins Rent Strike Fight

This town's most controversial council lady wants more housing accommodation for low-income residents.

Even worse, anybody who gets in her way is likely to be labeled racist despite her consistently sloppy approach to public policy that's politely ignored by EVERYONE is Kansas City . . . But mostly her own constituents and her middle-class enablers in the local media.

Check-it . . .

Councilwoman Calls Kansas City's First Step On Affordable Housing In 2021 'Minimal'

Kansas City Councilwoman Melissa Robinson works with a national advocacy network seeking affordable housing solutions, and she knows Kansas City lags some other cities in funding and progress. There's one rudimentary action she says Kansas City needs to take: require residential projects seeking economic incentives to provide a minimum number of affordable units.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Property tax strike.

Anonymous said...

Robinson now why does that not surprise me. Only problem with their affordable housing solutions is they want them to be all free.

Anonymous said...

Melissa Robinson... should have known. Who supported this loser? No property owner can withstand not having their rent for months on end. It’s not sustainable. What doesn’t she understand about that. I agree nobody should be put out in the winter but... as soon as Spring hits... sorry for your luck. American values are cold and cruel and well... that is capitalism.

Anonymous said...

Gibsmedat!

Anonymous said...


To not pay rent for any reason is against the law.

Anonymous said...

No rent = no property taxes?

Unknown said...

Good move. No more rental properties means no more renters.

Anonymous said...

Send the stimulus check directly to the landlord. That will stop some of the evictions.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- STEEL ERECTORS KEEP IT UP LONGER

While the women passing by below stopped for selfies, the construction guys posed with their tools!!!