Everybody is a critic but in this case the crowd consensus is correct regarding a clunky "solution" at the courthouse which doesn't really work.
Accordingly . . .
Here's confirmation of TKC reporting about regarding A/C FAIL on the low end along with an aesthetic review . . .
While it definitely gives the downtown skyline a sci-fi vibe, the auxiliary air-conditioning set-up is helping county officials make portions of the building tolerable, during this week’s hot temperatures.
Most of the tubes feed into the middle portion of the art-deco building.
“The county needs to maintain our ability to have court,” said Mike Mansur, spokesman for the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office. “So they focused on the courts. That’s why it’s cooler in the middle, where the courts are.”
Some have joked it looks like the building is on life-support. Others have drawn comparisons to the dystopian 1980’s movie “Brazil.”
Kudos to whoever came up with the reference to an important cinematic flop . . .
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The long, white tubes running down the sides of the Jackson County Courthouse are the first thing anyone entering the historic building notices. "I had to be in court today and I walked up, and it looks like something out of Spider-Man or something," said Topher Philgreen.