• June 21 Conference: Just Expanded: Public Projects, Private Funding

  • JUNE 11, 2013 | COUNTY GOV'T, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENERGY, GOVERNMENT REFORM, INFRASTRUCTURE, NYS GOV'T, REAL ESTATE, REGULATORY ISSUES, TRANSPORTATION

  • Pros Show How Localities Working with the Private Sector Can Fund Improvements... Without Raising Taxes!




  • Look who's speaking!

    Kathryn Wylde, President/CEO The Partnership for New York City
    Afternoon Keynote Speaker:

    Thanks to the Partnership, more than $2 billion in private investments in public-private partnerships have created housing and commercial space in New York’s most economically distressed communities – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Find out why Wylde says business should be a full partner in achieving smart growth. (Video of Wylde speaking at a Bloomberg panel)


    Daniel Marsh III
    Eastern Regional Manager and President, NDC Housing and Economic Development
    Corporation, National Development Council
    Public-Private Partnership Panel

    Marsh led the public-private partnership team that built the new $14 million Warburton Garage in Yonkers; now the goal is to create a $2 million loan fund to supporting neighboring small businesses and lure startups. The result? More commercial leasing and jobs, jobs, jobs!  (More on the Warburton Garage)


    Dan Sugarman
    Vice President for Marketing and Strategy, United Water
    Public-Private Partnership Panel

    Recognized as a featured innovation at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative, United Water’s “Solution” combines technology, water management, and private equity investment. This global firm is upgrading water systems in Bayonne, NJ, and Haverstraw, NY, as well as throughout the world, helping municipalities address water and wastewater infrastructure challenges. (Listen to Mayor Melvin Mack of Toms River, NJ in this video.

    Steven Elliott, Ph.D.
    Assistant Director of Economic Analysis, New York State Office of the Comptroller
    Public-Private Partnership Panel

    A 2011 report by the New York State Office of the Comptroller stated that public-private partnerships can help fill the growing gap between the state’s infrastructure needs and its ability to pay for those needs. Now, Elliott, a key researcher behind a new report, "Private Financing of Public Infrastructure: Risks and Options for New York State," explains how P3 financing is working in the state and reviews potential benefits and risks. View the report, "Private Financing of Public Infrastructure: Risks and Options for New York State."

    Don’t miss the only Westchester conference that shows how municipalities can invest in their communities without having to raise taxes.

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