We talked about the threat of sweeps and the return of homeless assistance last week and now public radio newsies spin our blog community hot take into something more optimistic.
Here's the money line . . .
"City officials and community members are grappling with the complicated matter of housing the homeless population as winter rapidly approaches."
Meanwhile taxpayers and the working poor are fighting to keep a roof over their head this Winter and JUST MIGHT BE a bit resentful of homeless campers earning even more attention from 12th & Oak.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Autumn has arrived in Kansas City, and with temperatures reaching into the 90s this weekend, winter weather still seems far away. But city officials are already scrambling to figure out how they'll shelter the area's homeless population before cold temperatures arrive.