Is KCMO Stifling Your Small Business? Let Them Know.
Frustrated with city codes and ordinances? Tired of the hoops you have to hop to get your business started? The city of Kansas City, Missouri, wants to know—and help.
The Dead Letter Office asks small businesses and entrepreneurs to identify ordinances and regulations that are ineffectual, defunct in practice, stifle business growth, or have no practical application in today’s economy. The goal is to promote entrepreneurship and small business growth, retain and attract businesses and eliminate barriers to employment while achieving public health and safety objectives.
And with it, you know have the captive ear of Mayor Sly James, Assistant City Manager Rick Usher and Councilman Scott Taylor.
So let loose, KCMO. And snip snip. How do you feel the city can best help small business and entrepreneurship? What ordinances or regulations would you suggest for repeal or modification?
Drop you thoughts here.