City to consider helping Boys and Girls Club retire debt

Now that city officials have determined a way to bail out its debt-ridden tax incremental financing districts, the city is working on a plan to help rid the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha of its existing debt. The issue of helping out the Boys and Girls Club arose when city, county and school district officials were working out the plan to help the ailing TIF districts by borrowing from well-performing TIFs. According to sources, a similar plan is being considered for the Boys and Girls Club, which has about $3 million in outstanding debt.



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