Description :


Session Overview

With strict tax levy limits and declining state aid, Wisconsin communities find themselves between a rock and a hard place when it comes to funding streets projects. Fortunately, municipalities have a new option to recover the cost of transportation system projects: transportation utilities. This Lunch and Learn will explore the ins and outs of this new utility and help attendees decide if it’s the right fit for their community.

Primary Learning Objectives

  • Define transportation utilities and transportation utility fees
  • Assess the pros and cons of creating a transportation utility in your municipality, including legal concerns and impacts to current state funding
  • Decide if a transportation utility is the right fit for your community

Speaker

Ed joined Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) in 2017 as a financial analyst. He earned his MBA in finance and investment banking from the Wisconsin School of Business. Before joining R/M, Ed worked in private-sector finance, analyzing capital investments, forecasting expenses and revenue, and crafting department budgets. At R/M, he creates financial solutions for all clients, from municipalities to corporate businesses.

Details

  • Doors Open at 11:45 AM
  • Session begins at Noon
  • 1.0 PDH for full participation; registration required.
  • FREE for current APWA members; $10 charge for non-members.

Event Date & Time:

3/9/2021  12:00 PM - 3/9/2021  1:30 PM




Venue :

Online



Contact Person :

Aaron Jahncke
Email : aaron.jahncke@portagewi.gov
Phone : (608) 712-2176
Company : City of Portage
Title : Director of Public Works





Registration Items :


For Attendees:
  Transportation Utility Lunch N Learn Registration
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