Killeen city officials are hopeful that the recent firing of Killeen Finance Director Barbara Gonzales will not have an adverse effect on the city’s debt ratings.
Gonzales’ termination comes five months after the finance department was featured in a Wall Street Journal article praising it for raising the Standard & Poor’s and Fitch ratings from AA- to AA, despite the six months Killeen went without a City Council in the wake of last year’s recall election.
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