This article is 6 years old. It was published on December 5, 2017.
Today, representatives of the Comptroller released the documents authorizing the issuance of bonds for financing renovations at Scottrade Center.
The Comptroller does not comply with this finance agreement voluntarily. As she has stated, this financing agreement is not in the best interest of city taxpayers; it draws upon the city’s general fund for repayment and may harm the city’s credit.
Having done everything possible to resist, the Comptroller preserves her right to appeal the court’s Nov. 27 decision.
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