The only encouraging sign of this debate is that, for once, 12th & Oak leaders acknowledge that they don't really have a plan.
Reality check . . .
Behind the scenes Mayor & Council were scared out of this effort by suits from J.E. Dunn and now are going back to the drawing board.
Deets . . .
10 days past the deadline, there is currently no plan. (Council Lady Katheryn Shields) said she would love to hear one before investing a large sum of money.
The ordinance is a $2.7 million proposal for the tiny home village.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo - After much anticipation on Thursday afternoon, the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council decided to not vote to approve a "Tiny Home Village " ordinance. Instead, the council decide to push the vote back one week. The request was made by KCMO Councilwoman Katheryn Shields.