In spirit we agree with cutting back on corporate welfare.
Sadly, a TON of money redistributed over generations hasn't produced viable results for this town's signature school district.
To be fair, here's hype written from activist notes . . .
Kansas City Developers Were Getting Millions In Tax Breaks - More Of That Money Could Soon Stay With Schools
After eight months of intense behind-the-scenes negotiations, the Kansas City Council is poised to vote on a new policy to rein in tax incentives for development. The Council's Neighborhood, Planning and Development Committee on Wednesday endorsed a measure that reduces available incentives. The ordinance goes to the full Council on Thursday for a vote.