The highly successful program in Tampa targets the most violent six percent of offenders who commit about 60 percent of that city’s violent crime.
The free event allows residents and business owners with concerns about city, county or state government services to discuss them face-to-face with authority figures.
135th Street and Holmes Rd did not make the cut this year. John Sharp gives the run down on what did, as well as the Bannister Federal Complex clean up plans, Hickman Mills board of education vacancies, and the Cornerstone Awards.
John Sharp’s column for the week on the SKCA Economic Development Summit, upcoming Leaf and Brush Pick Up, Ballot Issues, and Upcoming Events.
Kansas City residents with problems or concerns about city services cSharpJohnan discuss them directly with appropriate city staff from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, October 22, at Evangel Church, 1414 East 103rd Street, at a problem solving session sponsored by the South Kansas City Alliance.