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Public Infrastructure Financing in an Evolving Development Landscape - Webinar

  • ID: 3989375
  • Webinar
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Understand how to use tools available for financing public infrastructure development projects.

Changing demographics and changes in federal and state regulatory and legal environments are shaping the scope and increasing the costs of public infrastructure necessary for new development and redevelopment projects. A variety of public finance mechanisms have grown to meet these challenges to provide more efficient models to finance the construction, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure and incentivize economic development.

Private developers, public entity policymakers and financial specialists alike will benefit for understanding the range of available public finance tools, the legal foundation for their use and examples of how they are being used in a variety of land development projects.

Learning Objectives
  • You will be able to recognize demographic, legal and regulatory trends that shape public infrastructure demands.
  • You will be able to explain the use of a variety of mechanisms to finance public works projects, including special districts, tax increment financing and private fees.
  • You will be able to review how to select from the menu of public finance mechanisms the combination that will best serve the needs of a development project.
  • You will be able to discuss and negotiate public-private partnership agreements to incentivize development.
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Trends Increasing Public Infrastructure Costs
- Changing Demographics and Impacts on Infrastructure Demands
- The 'Taxpayer Revolt' - State Constitutional and Legislative Initiatives
- Changes in Federal Regulatory Environment

Public Finance Alternatives to Meet These Challenges
- Special Taxing Districts
- Urban Renewal and Other Authorities
- Privately Imposed Improvement Fees

Selecting the Best Tools for Your Development Project
- Negotiating the Incentive Package
- Mixed-Use Project From the Ground up
- Transforming Blight to Urban Showcase
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Mary Jo Dougherty, McGeady Becher Kathy Kanda, McGeady Becher.
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This webinar is designed for administrators of special districts, municipalities, city and county officials, lending professionals, auditors, accountants, analysts, elected officials, board members, attorneys and other legal staff.
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