$10 million + $2.1 + $1.079 = $13.179 million in expected revenues for about 331 VIP parking spots over X amount of years during Y amount of shows at the STPAC
$13.179 million / 331 VIP parking spots = $39,816 in expected revenue for each space to pay for both interest and principal over an unknown number of years
At $20 per space, $39,816 / $20 = 1,991 sold spaces over an unknown number of events and years
At $15 per space, $39,816 / $15 = 2,654 sold spaces over an unknown number of events and years
If the City of Greensboro borrows the money over 30 years at 4.5%, the monthly payment would be $66,776;
$66,776 x 12 months = $801,312 per year needed to pay the bond off
$801,312 per year / $15 = 53,421 sold VIP parking spots per year to pay off the bond
$801,312 per year / $20 = 40,066 sold VIP parking spots per year to pay off the bond
The paid consultant said the center could host about 149 events per year after 3 years, some of which obviously couldn't get VIP parking money;
53,421 sold VIP parking spots per year at $15 = 161 performances at which all 331 VIP parking spaces are sold each and every performance, which would produce $801,312 per year to pay off the debt
CTG's Wizard of Oz etc... can't/won't sell VIP parking
The tax increases on downtown parking are to pay for Roy and Randall's $60 million worth of parking decks and the $10 million on the second line of the first graphic, all of which will reduce the demand for the VIP parking at the STPAC
The STPAC is not going to sell 331 VIP parking spots at every event
If the math doesn't work, we have been lied to
If the math doesn't work, Randall and Roy are taking millions from the public
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The Mayor, City Manager and top department heads of of the City of Greensboro, are uniquely placed to remove the checks and balances on fraud upon the public.
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