UPDATE: Will the proposed funding for the State Theatre be revealed today?

UPDATE: Guess I was wrong, we are going to use the money to build a new IT department, uh, I mean a Triage Center. I’m confused.

I found this comment interesting about the $4.6 million dollar surplus the city has;

T.J. Nelson, deputy chief of staff in the mayor’s office, said details about the plan won’t be shared until they’re presented to the council, but he hinted that some of the council’s priorities highlighted in a recent survey will be addressed.

It’s on the Sioux Falls City Council informational agenda without any supporting documents;

Use of Unobligated Capital Fund Balance by Shawn Pritchett, Director of Finance

In fact NONE of the items have supporting docs, including the March finance report. Actually, I noticed the city hasn’t posted ANY financial reports (Jan-March) for 2019 yet. I even searched for them on their open data site which gave me NO search results.



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#1 D@ily Spin on 04.23.19 at 11:01 pm

Really, no financial reports for 2019. We paid our taxes on 4/15 and the city can’t substantiate itself moving into May. We can be audited while they float into 2020. This is not another credit card mayor. This one doesn’t pay his bills and needs more credit without collateral.

#2 D@ily Spin on 04.23.19 at 11:20 pm

How soon can we get in from the weather and sleep during 24 hour ‘Gone With The Wind’? This could be a good rendezvous for sex sleaze but it should be closer to Romantix and the city office building.

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