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Wilson County News June 12, 2013 2,554 views 7 comments
The Wilson County Commissioners Court is considering the sale of $8.5 million in certificates of obligation, which will finance renovations to the Wilson County Courthouse and to Wilson County Courthouse Annex III. The commissioners and financial advisor Robert Henderson of RBC Capital Markets discussed this matter during the June 10 commissioners court meeting. . . .
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Michael Abbott Sutherland Springs, TX July 3, 2013 12:49am
!!!!This is so ridiculous!!!! Quit spending money that you don't have!! Find an alternative solution that is less costly. It's that simple. Again I ask, where the heck ... Read More
!!!!This is so ridiculous!!!! Quit spending money that you don't have!! Find an alternative solution that is less costly. It's that simple. Again I ask, where the heck are the different proposals? The County should be dropping RFPs left and right looking for competitive proposals. For everything!! Again, back to our roads. You can't even fix them, but you'll pay some guy $8.5m to rebuild your facilities w/o question. Be an example to your constituents. Don't buy what you can't pay for.
Did anyone notice that the amount of these projects went from a little over %5mil to $8.5mil in just a couple of weeks? Hell, we better get this done now. In another month ... Read More
Did anyone notice that the amount of these projects went from a little over %5mil to $8.5mil in just a couple of weeks? Hell, we better get this done now. In another month or two it will be $20mil. And we do not discuss whether this is absolutely have to do spending. Nope. Got to do it because if we wait the interest rates may go up. Right.