Across the metro, local politicos passed a bevy of sketchy ordinances and resolutions that would have NEVER withstood a few questions from the public.
Of course the debate over precautions meetings persists . . .
However, we're trending toward a reopen of local government without the option of digitally muting residents.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Blue Springs City Council will allow the public to speak during in-person meetings beginning next week. It's yet another sign that things are returning to normal more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic with Kansas City-area case rates on the decline and the number of people being vaccinated climbing.