By: Diane Benjamin
These are a few of the past payments to VenuWorks for managing the BCPA after Tina died:
See anything strange?
Still waiting . . . .
Okay, according to the dead tree, the City wants to contract with VenuWorks to manage the BCPA for a flat fee of $3000 a month.
$8,500 to $3,000
If the Council ever voted on the $8500 I don’t remember it. It just appeared on bills and payroll. I don’t see a contract on the City website under Documents-Contracts.
The $3000 has no penalties or incentives. If the BCPA loses money, VenuWorks won’t. They have no possibility of making more money by doing a great job.
We already knew Renner, the Council and Hales are anti-capitalism.
This proves it.
It’s also why the BCPA will be a second-rate facility.