RMH bonds get A-

Brent Finnegan -- March 27th, 2007

Whatever that means. According to Fitch Ratings, the $50 million bonds RMH is using to partially fund construction of the new hospital have been rated A-.

A- sounds pretty good to me, since I got mostly Cs in school. Especially in math. Which is why I don’t know what any of that means.

Speaking of construction, am I crazy, or was there supposed to be a webcam of the construction site up on the RMH website? I don’t see any, but I seem to recall reading about it somewhere.

2 Responses to “RMH bonds get A-”

  1. David Troyer says:

    maybe it is because so far there isn’t that much to see other than dirt getting moved around.

  2. finnegan says:

    I dunno. Live dirt beats some of the other stuff out there on the Interwebs. In fact, look what I surfed into yesterday.

    So disappointing.

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