Unruh may still be there but if we can get rid of White and elect two commissioners sincerely ready to work for taxpayers, things may have a good chance of improving dramatically.<quoted text>While I agree with you that the city commission makeup needs to change, it's not going to happen overnight. Unruh will still be there after the dust of the upcoming election has settled. We may or may not lose White depending on the results of the election.
Hopefully, who ever is elected, will devote some time to studying the future of the city and remember the miscues that have happened in the past.
As for default of Industrial Revenue Bonds, I don't recall that happening in Independence in the past. If is has, I don't remember a case, but I'm sure someone would correct me if I'm wrong...
IRBs are issued everywhere. There have not been any defaults on bonds related to Independence in the recent past, but there have been many defaults on those type bonds elsewhere.