Saturday, April 03, 2021

Former Council Dude Scott Wagner Talks Future Of Kansas City Museum

So far this is the best recent conversation we've seen about one of Kansas City's hidden treasures that is too often ignored by local politicos and planners.

One of our all-time favorite council dudes offers a glimpse at the plan for the institution going forward.

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178: Kansas City Museum's Journey with Scott Wagner

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Scott Wagner joined Northeast News Publisher Michael Bushnell for an update on the Kansas City Museum. Wagner's work with the museum goes back 16 years to when he was first appointed to the Kansas City Museum Advisory Board in 2005.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I’m surprised the mayor and black city clowncil members allowed any white council members to talk to the media, I’m sure next week they’ll be screaming racism at the top of their lungs.

Anonymous said...

Has the Mayor or Council ever visited the Northeast area? They should WALK the streets of this once-vibrant area (I'm talking 60 years or so.) and see what's going on. No quick bus tour. You don't get the real flavor of the disintegration going on. Sad.

Anonymous said...

The mafia moved north of the river over 50 years ago. They pretty much crushed organized labor in the metro so their work was done.