Kansas City Offers Election Season Snow Removal Reassurance

This proud pledge during a drought seems like an unnecessary gamble and it's nothing the locals haven't heard before . . .

What's worse is that Mayor Q's administration declared victory over 1.5 inches of snow last winter but then remained silent when bigger storms bogged down the entire city.

And so . . .

Whilst the seasons chance . . . The 12th & Oak sh*tstorm of hype, theatricality and deception persist:

For years, people living in Kansas City have complained about the city's slow and incomplete process to snow removal. In the past, some residents have complained snow plows never arrived in their neighborhoods.

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, City Manager Brian Platt, and Public Works Director Michael Shaw say those complaints have been heard, addressed, and will be a thing of the past.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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It's unclear how many grains are in 40,000 tons of salt, but the City of Kansas City is prepared to use each one to melt snow as it falls on roadways. More than six months ahead of the first expected snowfall the City's Public Works Department began ordering tons of salt and Ice Ban to ensure they are ready for any weather event during this year's snow season.