The Securities and Exchange Commission is asking a federal court judge to deny former Miami budget director Michael Boudreauxs motion to vacate a verdict that found him guilty of securities fraud, saying the former officials arguments are meritless and do not meet the high burden required for such action.
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State Fair Community College, Mo., is asking voters to pass a proposed $28 million bond measure in the April 4 Municipal Election that would finance the construction of a new technical education facility at the Sedalia campus. more »
Kansas City Council members put aside their differences and reached a compromise Thursday on one of their top priorities -- a ballot proposal to pay for a generation's worth of infrastructure improvements. more »
Michigan's underfunding of its infrastructure could crowd out the state's ability to fund other priorities such as improving pension funding at a time when tax revenues are beginning to slow, according to a Moody's Investors Service. more »
Hinsdale High School District 86, Ill., plans to ask voters for permission to issue $76 million worth of bonds with a 15-year term that would cost the owners of a $500,000 house about $204 more in property taxes each year. more »
Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills Elementary District 181, Ill., is taking a good-faith gamble that complications with its planned $53.3 million bond sale to fund the building of a new Hinsdale Middle School, approved by voters in November, are worked out so that bond sale may be completed. more »
What are the challenges of running a giant electric provider? Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) CEO Tom Falcone discusses his experience of leaving Wall Street after 13 years to run LIPA in the catastrophic wake of Hurricane Sandy. Hosted by Andrew Coen.