Behind the scenes we heard that this public meetup was chaos.
To wit . . .
ACTIVIST CHANTING AND INTIMIDATION ATTEMPTED TO SHOUT DOWN NEIGHBORS WITH OPPOSING WORLDVIEWS!!!
Don't worry . . . It's doubtful that the discussion was likely to devise a solution to the worsening KCMO homeless crisis.
Meanwhile, here's a more optimistic peek at the performative gathering . . .
On Tuesday night, KCMO council members, city staff and neighborhood leaders met in the Southeast Community Center for a town hall. The town hall was led by Northeast Alliance Together (NEAT) and KC Regional Housing Alliance.More than 70 more people joined in online, and the room was full.“I think everyone in here is frustrated, and everyone in here is in search of answers,” Scott Wagner, the director of NEAT, said.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A neighborhood in the Historic Northeast in Kansas City, Missouri, faced a view of scattered trash and tents for over a year-and-a-half. On Tuesday, it had been all cleaned up. It's a piece of a bigger problem, one that local groups are working to solve.