Carmel’s debt refinancing boosted by Standard & Poor’s rating

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  • Rick Smith

    I think this is more a reflection of the potential tax base in Carmel. We do have low taxes and S&P realizes that backed by a Special Benefits Tax these obligations are golden.

    As I understand it the 10 year plan has never been shared with the Public and is always a ‘draft’ copy meaning it can’t be released.

    Why is this not public information?