Coffman: More than a money man

Schwab, Robert
October 2003
ColoradoBiz;Oct2003, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p7
Focuses on Mike Coffman's intervention in the St. Vrain Valley School District's financial crisis in Colorado. Reason for his involvement in school finance; Role of Coffman as state treasurer in lending of money to school districts; Impact of the change in schedule for all Colorado school district's fiscal year on the shortage of cash flow; Sentiments of St. Vrain's finance officials over the issue; Demand of the state treasurer to put together a budget that would solve the district's financial problems; Political concern of Coffman if he makes a run for governor.


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