Right now we've got a lawn to mow before it rains so we'll highlight this bit of pay for play blogging that makes a longstanding point by way of Internets stalking . . .
Here's a surprisingly worthwhile argument from a boring blog paid for by the dwellers of Northland McMansions who still haven't solved the problem of voter turnout for municipal elections after nearly a quarter century . . .
"The majority of the Star’s editorial board doesn’t live in Kansas City either, yet tries to influence city policy on a regular basis – nor is the board even elected to do that much . . .
"According to TruePeopleSearch.com, board member David Helling lives in Lenexa, Kansas, and board members Mará Williams and Toriano Porter both live in Independence, Missouri – making up three out of the five total board members. Melinda Henneberger and Derek Donovan both live in Kansas City, Missouri, and comprise the rest of the editorial board. "
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
COLUMN: KC Star Editorial Board feels they deserve a say in KCPD funding matters more than a state legislator with KC constituents
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Missouri legislator advocating for pro-law-enforcement policies in Kansas City is guilty of "colonialism at its worst," according to the Kansas City Star, because he technically doesn't live there.