Don't worry . . . Nobody is saying.
Thing of it is . . . A small crowd of protesters and the polite chatter of council lady Andrea Bough helped make building, buying and maintaining homes just a bit more expensive for those of us on the lower end of the food chain.
Sadly, here's a progressive argument that totally ignores the impact of higher costs on the plebs . . .
Kansas City is taking steps to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 with a new Climate Protection and Resiliency Plan. It's expected to decommission Evergy’s Hawthorn coal power plant, create more bike lanes, increase tree canopies and much more.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
The Kansas City Council last week overwhelmingly passed the Climate Protection and Resiliency Plan, formed with public input over two years, that will guide the city's future climate policy with a focus on equity. Nomin Ujiyediin speaks with KCUR's Savannah Hawley about why restaurants and utilities initially opposed the plan, and how it could reshape Kansas City.