I guess that I should be proud to be thinking similarly to Rich Write over at elchuqueno.com, The link should take you to an article he posted on November 28, 2016. The post below was written on November 26 but was not scheduled to be posted until today:
The Texas comptroller keeps track of each city’s debt.
This clip came from the comptroller’s web site last week:
It tells us that from 2005 to 2014 our per capita debt increased by 83.9%.
Quality of life bonds
We probably should expect that with the $470 million or so of quality of life bonds that we approved.
The comptroller’s analysis shows the quality of life bonds substantially unissued.
We deserve better