Kansas City, Missouri 2021-01-14 15:23:52 –
On Tuesday, police chief Rick Smith responded to concerns from city officials about the ongoing lack of implementation of Kansas City police body cameras, ensuring that something would happen in 120 to 180 days.
Eric Bunch, a city council member, said on Twitter that this wasn’t enough. Or rather, that’s enough.
The 16 Disney on Ice shows, which start in two weeks and continue at T-Mobile Center until February 7, are one of those issues. Despite the precautions taken by the show regarding seat and mask requirements, the announcement raised questions and legitimate concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
Bunch answered these questions and argued that the show would even be impossible without submitting a valid plan to meet the health protocol to the city’s health department. It has not yet been decided whether Disney on Ice will meet these requirements.
Similarly, Ticketmaster’s apparent disregard for local COVID-19 protection has resulted in local government cooperation that one would want to see in a parliamentary meeting room during normal hours.
Bunch has been productive in recent months. In October, we helped implement a resolution aimed at limiting unnecessary money spent on road maintenance and making the time spent on infrastructure projects in the city worthwhile. In December, he co-sponsored the first LGBTQ + Commission in Missouri.
Whether online or offline, he’s doing things for the people of Kansas City.
It is the job of local politicians to pursue the best interests of the region and to call for actions that do not have those interests in mind. It’s part of the service, and that’s what he chose. He’s doing it and isn’t hitting around the bunch about it.
[Editor’s note: This writer has been fired for the pun. We’re very sorry to our readership and we promise to do better in the future.]
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