Kansas City Probably Won't Notice Snow Plow Shortage

There has been far too much doom & gloom in the Thanksgiving holiday weekend news cycle.

Here's a bright side perspective in the face of that "dark winter" that Prez Biden promised us . . .

Kansas City has endured lackluster snow plow coverage for YEARS and talk of an upcoming shortage won't really impact neighborhood streets that NEVER get cleared.

As always, many locals simply hunker down or find some way to travel whilst waiting for the sun to come out. 

Sure, there are constant PR efforts which feign street clearing on a few roads . . . But for the most part a few inches of snow brings this town to a standstill.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

Kansas, Missouri brace for snow removal delays amid driver shortages

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The next time mother nature drops even two inches of snow in the Kansas City area, public works officials say it may take twice as much time to get rid of it. "Normally, what we would do, is before a storm pre-treat bridge overpasses," Drake Jennings, area superintendent for the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) said.