Look at Lewis Reed,<br><br>”One reason for the downgrade? In 2016, the Board of Aldermen voted to commit up to $107 million in general fund revenue to upgrade Scottrade Center. City Comptroller Darlene Green fought the decision, saying it’s her job to protect the city’s credit rating — and warning there would be consequences. (In fact, Moody’s warned that the city had to stop increasing debt for non-essentials, as Green noted.)”<br><br>But Board President Lewis Reed pushed the plan through.”<br><br>While City Hall was working to kill Tishaura’s Financial Literacy program they should have been taking it…

Look at Lewis Reed,

“One reason for the downgrade? In 2016, the Board of Aldermen voted to commit up to $107 million in general fund revenue to upgrade Scottrade Center. City Comptroller Darlene Green fought the decision, saying it’s her job to protect the city’s credit rating — and warning there would be consequences. (In fact, Moody’s warned that the city had to stop increasing debt for non-essentials, as Green noted.)”

But Board President Lewis Reed pushed the plan through.”

While City Hall was working to kill Tishaura’s Financial Literacy program they should have been taking it…

Moody’s Downgrades St. Louis’ Credit Rating

St. Louis has lost its A grade: Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded the city’s general obligation rating from A3 to Baa1. Baa — pronounced “B…

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