Wednesday, February 17, 2021

TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! SNOW REMOVAL STAYS LOSING IN KANSAS CITY!!!

Forgive us for the repeat but this deserves yet another mention:

THE NEW KANSAS CITY SNOW PLAN HAS FAILED AND LOCAL STREETS ARE WORSE THAN EVER DESPITE PROMISES FROM MAYOR Q AND THE NEW CITY MANAGER!!!

Again and again we repeat that this IS NOT an attack against workers plowing streets whom the mayor typically hides behind . . . This is an argument over allocation of resources and misplaced priorities. 

And so, right now on the formerly iconic Country Club Plaza the streets are covered in snow and prove difficult for early morning travelers . . . For better and worse, there's not a lot of biz to be done right now amid the pandemic; and so the commute is only endured by a few. 

Check the confirmation . . .

Wednesday morning commute hampered by snow

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Morning commuters will need to use caution as they hit the roads Wednesday. Snow began around 4 a.m. and had covered some area roads within 40 minutes. 4:40am: The snow began 40 minutes ago & the roads are already completely covered on the Plaza!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This used to be a wonderful city.

Anonymous said...

Sensationalism and fear mongering, yet again. Worse than ever? Give me a break. Honest question, Tony: Have you ever lived anywhere besides Kansas City?

Anonymous said...

Cletus still trying to figure out how to lower the snow blade on the front of his snow plow truck.

Anonymous said...

The new plan is the sun will come out and melt some in a few weeks

Anonymous said...

I have 6:24 it's called Overland Park Ks where the streets do get plowed and treated pronto.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Oh what's biting you How bout some Hot Bullion or maybe some Bromo Seltzer.....

Anonymous said...

Seems to melike they saltin the streetz like a MFer
rust in peace, fenders of KC

Anonymous said...

The Plaza is responsible for removing the snow within their district. It has been this way for years.

Anonymous said...

Year after year Johnson County gets it right and Jackson County, MO fails miserably even after having JOCO as a shining example. Kansas City must be retarded. Incapable of learning this very basic task. Scoop, throw. Not that hard!

Anonymous said...


have you had your 13th birthday yet Mr. "I Told You So"?