1414 E 103rd St
Kansas City, MO 64131
AUGUST 14, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“Bringing city hall to you” is the theme of this year’s problem-solving event sponsored by the South Kansas City Alliance from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, August 26, at Evangel Church, 1414 E. 103rd St.
The free annual event allows residents with problems or concerns about government services to discuss them face-to-face with officials with decision-making authority from city, county and state agencies.
It is designed primarily to solve long standing, serious or urgent problems, but residents are welcome to present any problems or ask any questions concerning government services.
City departments and offices represented will include the city council office, the city manager’s office, codes enforcement, fire, neighborhoods & housing services, parks & recreation, planning & development, police, public works, 311 action center and water services.
State and local elected officials also will attend as well as representatives from Jackson County programs such as COMBAT (the county’s anti-drug/anti-violence program) and the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.
Persons may drop by the event anytime and do not need reservations. They are encouraged to bring written descriptions and/or pictures showing the problem if they think that would be helpful.
Evangel Church is on the north side of I-435 east of Holmes Rd. Persons coming from the east can take the 103rd St. exit and go straight, and the church is on the right. From the west, persons can take Holmes Rd. to 101st Ter., turn east and follow the curving street to 103rd St, turn left, and the church is on the left. Persons are asked to park in the rear.