I don’t get it. Here’s the stated purpose of the Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati:
To implement the redevelopment of the Riverfront and continue the efforts of brownfield (environmental clean-up and former industrial sites) redevelopment in Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
So why is the Port Authority involved with financing projects for long-term care of the Sisters, Mercy High School, McAuley High School (total of $5,780,000), and St. Ursula Villa ($5,300,000), private schools with tuition over $10,000 a year? According to the information on their website, they’ve only done 12 financing projects total.
No other schools or nursing homes, secular or otherwise, have received similar treatment. So we have to assume that the Port Authority is Catholic, right?