Apparently, racial justice doesn't factor in the devastating impact of inflation and so the value all that free money floating around might be less than expected but that doesn't make political good intentions any less important.
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Here's a peek at the big promises ahead of big bucks . . .
According to Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, the city will be looking at everything from fixing broken curbs on neighborhood streets to building bridges and re-imagining our highways.
While there are big ticket items on the city’s wish list, Lucas says he’s most excited about the projects that won’t likely get a news release.
“This actually just means that we have an opportunity for our city to spend money on true local and hyper-local types of infrastructure needs,” Lucas said. “The sidewalk in your neighborhood, the curb that needs to be fixed. Those are the sorts of things that I’m very excited about.”
In the infrastructure bill, there is money set aside for addressing inequity in infrastructure . . .
There's a laugh line in here a funny local talking point that we'll wait to write about . . . Honestly curious if anybody can spot the highway double talk.
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Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
President Joe Biden recently paid a visit to Kansas City to tout the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Now, a curiousKC follower wants to know how local leaders are going to use the funds that will be allocated to Kansas City.
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