Kansas City 311 FAIL Almost Explained

Don't worry . . . All of these problems require about 3 1/2 years of study and we'll get ready to fix EVERYTHING right before the next election . . . Or, more likely, right after.

Rinse & repeat . . .

In the meantime, we always enjoy a blame game study which mostly holds your racism accountable for all of KCMO's longstanding problems . . .

Major findings include:

- Trash-related reports and property violations (such as overgrown weeds and broken windows) are the top two issues reported across Kansas City.
- Out of the six City Council districts, the 3rd and 5th Districts in eastern parts of the city  reported the highest number of cases to 311 since 2021. The 3rd District experiences the longest average resolution time.
- Some residents who are immigrants or refugees, particularly in the Northeast, struggle to understand the 311 process and end up in court for code violations as a result. Some local groups are stepping in to address this issue.
- Difficulty contacting out-of-state landlords and absentee property owners can cause delays in the resolution of property violation cases.

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

Kansas City's 311 program heard 300,000 complaints in 2 years. Here's what we learned from them

About 300,000 complaints have been filed with the Kansas City 311 hotline since March 2021 - spanning issues like trash, street maintenance and property violations. The KC Media Collective analyzed the problems, where they are and how long they take to be fixed.