Kansas City Mayor Q & Council Create Commish To Welcome New Americans

A bold new step that probably won't win any new friends on the nice side of the bridge OR the East side. 

Nevertheless . . . There's no doubt that the local economy needs the workers. 

Also . . .

The very best thing that I've really enjoyed about new A.I. technology is that the pricey tech now inspiring a gold rush in the tech industry is now helping TKC adorn Mayor Q's photos with sombreros with remarkable efficiency.

Check the deets . . .

In an 11-0 vote, council members created the Mayors Commission for New Americans.

The ordinance, sponsored by KCMO Mayor Quinton Lucas, took inspiration from the "Welcoming KC Plan" previously developed by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce.

Next, five to nine board members will provide guidance on how to support new Americans.

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

Kansas City establishes commission to support immigrants, refugees living in city

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council signed off on a proposal to establish a commission that will support immigrants and refugees living in the city. In an 11-0 vote, council members created the Mayor's Commission for New Americans.