As always, 12th & Oak offers this promise when streets are clear in order to offer the public the illusion of progress.
Here's the plan that we've heard before . . .
"The city also told council members that it hired 100 additional drivers and have 50 new snow removal trucks for this snow season. The public works department also said it had a plan to salt more before a storm arrives to help keep the roads drive-able."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Snarled traffic, slippery streets, and piles of snow will be reality in Kansas City in the coming months, but the city said it's ready to tackle the wintry weather with a new plan. Kansas City's public works department outlined changes it implemented last year during the city council's meeting Thursday afternoon.