Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Kansas City Budget Crisis Worsens

Quick peek at dwindling cash at 12th & Oak . . . Read more:

Between refunds and renewal vote, earnings tax could hit Kansas City's budget hard

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With many people working from home during the pandemic, Kansas City could see a strain on its budget. It all has to do with Kansas City's 1% earnings tax, which residents and nonresidents who work in the city pay. It represents the city's largest source of revenue, benefiting streets and emergency [...]

7 comments:

Anonymous said...


But yet if P&L dist doesn't make money because of Quinton's little friends terrorizing the streets and the 18th and vine dist fail the city has to cover it. Something Lucas and James should have thought about when they put everything on the backs of the tax payer.

Anonymous said...

VOTE NO ON THE E TAX.

Anonymous said...

But but but the city is supposed to get $195 million dollars from the dimwits, that’s three times more than what we supposedly lost because of the forced and unnecessary shut downs.

Anonymous said...

until this mayor pulls back funds from frivolous and special pet projects, the E tax should be voted down! stop wasting money!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I voted no on the etax..I moved to KS. Sorry Q, sell crazy somewhere else.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you're still here though so.....

Anonymous said...

Are corporate handouts in jeopardy? Tis is serious.