Raymore Demands EPIC Landfill Resolution From Kansas City

Here's confirmation that "the word" of politicos & bureaucrats doesn't mean much . . . Especially to other politicos & bureaucrats.

In the 80s Ronald Reagan taught us to "trust but verify" and today's lesson seems to be that NOTHING matters unless it's in writing . . . Check-it . . .

Kansas City has repeatedly denied any involvement, and city manager Brian David Platt recently told Raymore Mayor Kris Turnbow that the alleged site would not be appropriate for landfill use.

That sounds great to Raymore. But they would like something in writing, such as a council resolution, as assurance to developers who may get squeamish about the rumors.

“We’re getting a lot of lip service but no action,” Turnbow said this week.

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

Rumors of giant landfill in south KC continue. Raymore demands written resolution from KCMO.

By Don Bradley Rumors of a giant landfill in southeast Kansas City just won't go away as the city of Raymore continues to worry about the possibility of truck traffic, stench, drainage and noise at its front door.