Monday, March 01, 2021

New City Manager Plays Kansas City Softball

Locals have decided that it's too early to give the new boss any real hassle.

And so, meet and greets aren't really useful but still suffice for community as newsies want to attempt to win influence with a local power player who is at the forefront a political game that's out of their league.

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Brian Platt makes the rounds

By Jill Draper and Kathy Feist Repairing potholes and resurfacing streets are two of the key areas in Kansas City's budget that will avoid cuts despite a $70 million shortfall, said city manager Brian Platt at a "6th District After Hours Office Hours" meeting on February 22.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

“You can hire 150 new recruits at bottom pay when one police officer retires at top pay,”
Really? We're either paying the top pay at way too much or paying the recruits way too little. That quote makes no sense, Boy Wonder.

Anonymous said...

Like the talk about repairing and paving the streets.

KC said...

How much will it cost to infuse the Burn Loot Murder banners into the new asphalt? Bet the money will be found for that.

Anonymous said...

like i mentioned last year when he was hired ........... just use k.c. to pad your totals and then move on to something better.

Bandit said...

That new snow plan seems to be going well. Have they picked your trash up yet?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- SALTY DOG

City Manager Platt paved the way for an Earnings Tax renewal by ginning support for public infrastructure repairs!!!