It's unfair to think that all of a person's belongings can fit into a shopping cart or a nap sack on a stick.
Nevertheless . . .
This kind of generous offer might spark a bit of resentment given MILLIONS coming out of the budget to support a growing homeless KCMO homeless population.
Here are the deets for the latest handout . . .
"Kansas City's homeless shelters only permit people to bring one bag during overnight stays, so a new program will provide 30-gallon bins where people can safely lock away the rest of their belongings and retrieve as needed."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
On one recent Friday afternoon, Larry Williams and his companion Megan Meixner carried with them a popup tent, two sleeping bags strapped precariously to a rolling suitcase, and one more bag lying nearby. Standing at Barney Allis Plaza and 12th Street, the two hoped to get on a bus and figure out where to sleep that night.