City Manager Attempts To Save Face After KCMO Street Repaving Removed

Here's a peek at 12th & Oak backlash after residents question why city hall can't coordinate their construction with utility companies operating in the area.

Check the political flex hoping to quiet criticism . . .

The city claims the utility company didn't follow it's policy through the Streets Preservation Program, which encourages coordination in construction schedules to get underground work done before new resurfacing projects, and lays out the types of fixes utility companies need to pay for when work does have to be done on newly repaved roads.

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Kansas City holding up permits until utility resurfacing work is done

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The natural gas company Spire won't be allowed to pull new work permits in Kansas City, Missouri, according to City Manager Brian Platt, until the utility company fixes the patches from work it did earlier this summer.