Session 1: Transacting Municipal Public-Private Partnerships in Texas - The public-private partnership (P3) has emerged as an effective model in Texas as a means of developing infrastructure, and local governments are no exception. Convention centers, hotels, and courthouses are just a few examples of the projects getting done in Texas using the P3 model. Listen to a discussion about the latest trends in the municipal P3 industry in Texas, and a few of the unique constitutional, statutory and practical challenges that local governments face today.
Session 2: Financing Analysis and Requirements for Economic Development Projects - Learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly on financing tools and required financial analysis for strategic partnership agreements with Municipal Utility Districts, Public Improvement Districts, Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones, and Green Bond.
Session 3: TX-PACE Stimulates $Millions in Building Retrofits at No Cost to Local Governments - Learn how businesses are using Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) economic development programs to update offices, factories, hotels, malls, mixed use properties, and more. Hear details about the uniform plug and play Texas model program called "PACE in a Box,” the wide range of economic and environmental benefits, the importance of quality underwriting and technical best practices, and successful PACE projects for hotels, factories, office buildings, malls, and mixed use properties in rural and urban Texas.
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Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Real Estate Law
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