The reality is that this isn't going to benefit the homeless at all because there are a lot of very detailed rules to take advantage of this offer . . . However, the info is worth a look in as much as low-rent denizens might be able to cash in on KCMO dumping junk property on the public with a decent re-branding effort.
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Arrangements are being made to help Kansas City's growing houseless population, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced today at a news conference outside the nonprofit Hope Faith, located at 705 Virginia Ave. Lucas said a new ordinance, introduced by him in partnership with three other Kansas City Council members Thursday, would create a standalone housing department.