Monday, September 08, 2008

Mesa del Sol and the APS continue to dance.

In the Journal this morning, link sub req, we read that;

Mesa del Sol really doesn't want to have anything to do with
the APS. They have to promise their clients good schools, and
good schools are a promise that APS cannot keep in its own

It will cost about $140M to build schools in Mesa del Sol.

Fees collected from each house built, coupled with bonding
capacity cover all but about $35M, that either Mesa del Sol
or the APS is going to have to make up.

Mesa del Sol would like to have their cake and eat it too;
they would like to have decent schools that are not possible
if they are run by the APS, so they want to run them themselves
but they would like to have APS pay to build them.

Mesa del Sol says it can come up with the $35M on their own.

So why are they still dancing?

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