Today we'll see if Mayor Q is willing to throw nearly every active neighborhood association and countless volunteers in Kansas City under the bus in order to advance his agenda.
To wit . . .
NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERS ACROSS KANSAS CITY REBUKE 12TH & OAK EMERGENCY ZONING RETROFITTING FOR TINY HOMELESS VILLAGES!!!
These rules give homeowners, apartment dwellings and small biz absolutely no recourse and put Mayor Q and his homeless agenda ABOVE THE LAW and codes everyone else must follow.
Here's an even better contribution from a KICK-ASS TKC READER . . .
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Strong opposition is gearing up to fight a plan to set up homeless shelters on any city property without neighbors' approval. Opponents say neighbors should not be shut out of the selection process.
Over the past several months, Kansas City, Missouri, has found unique ways, such as a warming station at Bartle Hall and renting rooms for 90-days in hotels and motels, to house the city's homeless population. Now, the city is searching for other ways to meet the demand.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Don Bosco Center became the site of tense conversation and back-and-forth between constituents and a Kansas City councilmember on Wednesday. Many were opposed to the Columbus Park neighborhood becoming the new home of a homeless village.
Developing . . .