Resolved: Kansas City Royals 'Listening Sessions' Are Just Hype & Bad Theater

The verdict by most who have attended is that the conversations are canned, the production is scripted and the team isn't REALLY interested in sharing information with the public.

Still . . . We'll file this post under community theater productions . . .

The panel leading the meeting is Royals chairman and CEO John Sherman, two other team executives and representatives from the Kansas City-based architecture firm Populous.

Tuesday's meeting at the Urban Youth Academy runs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. You can always stay up to date with future meetings by signing up for email alerts through a website dedicated to the project.

Wednesday’s meeting runs from 5-30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Midwest Genealogy Center at 3440 South Lee's Summit Road in Independence.

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Kansas City Royals hosting community meetings on downtown ballpark district this week

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Royals hold public meetings Tuesday & Wednesday about downtown ballpark

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