It must be too difficult to list each event held at the BCPA separately. The posting buried two shows by posting all on the same link. Normally each show has it’s own link. These two actually made money, one would think they would want people to see them:
Since September this brings income to $18,083.26 + $1,314.31 – $1422.12 + $418.75 = $18,394.20.
By: Diane Benjamin
In this story from yesterday I predicted my FOIA for BCPA reports would be denied because they would be posted: https://blnnews.com/2019/10/21/bcpa-one-event-posted-it-lost-money/ The show in that story lost $1422.12
Right on cue, the denial was sent late yesterday afternoon:
Yes, the staff is very transparent.
Only one other show has been posted: https://www.cityblm.org/government/advanced-components/documents/-folder-1784
At least this one made a little money – $418.75.
Year to date the BCPA has lost $1,003.37. Of course salaries and other expenses aren’t included in the event reports. Keep in mind the staff works at the Creativity Center, not in the BCPA. Those expenses aren’t included either. Quality of Life for who?