“This is an important and complex issue that has major impact on our citizens and the business community, so the entire City Council should be engaged in the important discussion of whether and how to implement a living wage in Kansas City,” Mayor Sly James said Monday in a news release after he reassigned a proposal that would raise raise the city’s minimum wage to the full council, which sets the stage for more extensive debate and hearings.
“This is an important and complex issue that has major impact on our citizens and the business community, so the entire City Council should be engaged in the important discussion of whether and how to implement a living wage in Kansas City,” Mayor Sly James said Monday in a news release after he reassigned a proposal that would raise raise the city’s minimum wage to the full council, which sets the stage for more extensive debate and hearings. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
“This is an important and complex issue that has major impact on our citizens and the business community, so the entire City Council should be engaged in the important discussion of whether and how to implement a living wage in Kansas City,” Mayor Sly James said Monday in a news release after he reassigned a proposal that would raise raise the city’s minimum wage to the full council, which sets the stage for more extensive debate and hearings. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

Mayor Sly James delays Kansas City Council vote on ‘living wage’ proposal

April 06, 2015 4:50 PM