Thursday, March 13, 2014

1st Kansas City Toy Train Bond Buy Complete



Just a quick note on Kansas City's worsening finances and City Hall priorities or lack thereof . . .

"The City of Kansas City, Mo., successfully issued a total of $111.18 million in special obligation improvement and refunding bonds on Tuesday, March 11. The bonds were issued in three tax-exempt series: Series 2014A in the amount of $63.955 million, Series 2014B in the amount of $14.45 million, and Series 2014C in the amount of $32.775 million."

Meanwhile, stop complaining about pot holes and wait for the streetcar to make the work commute easier . . . For absolutely no one.

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Who was the bond counsel?
How much did they make?
Are the Sly supporters (silly question, I know)?

Anonymous said...

Good question. Bond counsels make what? One or two percent of the issue?
Nice payday for someone.
But that's about all KCMO city hall is all about.

Anonymous said...

These guys won't end up a broke ass Wheeler after this deal. They've learned too much from KCK lairs and crooks on how to make the big bucks.
How much were the cost overruns on the CSI want-a-be project?
Who said crime doesn't pay?

Anonymous said...

What is interest rate?

Anonymous said...

Any takers?

Anonymous said...

How many jobs will black and Hispanics get....Fat Zero

Anonymous said...

Was crooked lawyer Doc Netterville a part of it