Julie Levin

Central Standard
4:39 pm
Wed May 29, 2013

Housing Authority of Kansas City Improves Quality

Credit www.barstoconstruction.com

In the 1980’s, some of the public housing units in Kansas City were infested with rats, mice and cockroaches. Plumbing and electrical problems put the health and safety of residents at risk. Complaints to the housing authority were ignored and it seemed to be an organization more about serving political needs of a select few than a place organized to provide people clean, safe, affordable housing. Under such circumstances crime became problematic.

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