These questions, and others, simply weren’t being asked a week ago. They must be answered before the City Council moves forward..
The deadline for putting the terminal on the November ballot is Aug. 24. There is no need to hurry a final judgment on the Burns & McDonnell plan.
The mayor will argue against a delay. But he cannot expect his colleagues to reach an informed conclusion on one of the biggest public works projects in city history without time to consider the evidence.
The Panchatantra is a compilation of inter-woven series of tales in prose and poetry, mostly animal fables. It was compiled in Sanskrit (Hindu) and Pali (Bhuddhist). The compilation, attributed to Pandit Vishnu Sharma, is considered by most scholars to be dated around 3rd century BCE, and to be based on older oral civilization. Through cross-border mutations, adaptations and translations, the Panchatantra remains the most popular work of literature, especially amongst storytellers.
Tales of this ancient Indian work, the original texts of which is now long lost, portray the origins of the subcontinent's language and primitive lifestyle - apart from its objectives, according to its own narrative, to illustrate the primary Hindu principles of nïti - the wise conduct of life.
We’ve said it before: Kansas City can’t afford to make a mistake on this project. Its citizens must take whatever time is needed to fully understand what they’re being asked to do