Amid orders to close from the Jackson County Health Department . . . And deputies showing up yesterday. The embattled owner of this local eatery seems to be waiting on a court order which isn't totally unreasonable . . . But here's the bigger question . . .
WILL THE RAE'S REBELLION NEGATIVELY IMPACT EXEC FRANK WHITE'S REELECTION CHANCES?!?!
Before readers dismiss the idea . . . Let's not forget that this is the same county the voted to KEEP the Andrew Jackson statue despite overwhelming protest and vandalism.
Accordingly . . .
No one can deny that local politics has become increasingly polarized and divisive . . . Also, there's an underlying anti-tax sentiment that still blames the Exec for a property tax snafu during his tenure.
Real talk . . .
Bigger upsets have occurred over the past two years than a popular former jock losing political favor.
Read more about the restaurant's plight via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Update and tough talk from the county . . .
BLUE SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) -- Rae's Café was open for business Friday morning despite health orders to close. A new order from the health department was delivered as customers lined up for breakfast. "There's no court order! So, this is all they can do!" declared the owner Amanda Wohletz.
Developing . . .