P3 Kentucky: It’s About the Possibilities
What’s with all the buzz about public-private partnerships, and why should you care? Will P3s help boost local economic development? Can they help communities grow? What’s the real cost to taxpayers and communities?
You can hear firsthand about P3s from a group of experts who will discuss these questions and more at the Kentucky Association for Economic Development Spring Conference. The conference will be held April 19-21 at the Owensboro Convention Center.
P3KY.com is sponsoring a panel discussion about public-private partnerships on Friday, April 21. It will include discussion of Kentucky’s recent changes in legislation governing P3s and how local leaders might be able to use this tool to move forward long-awaited projects in their communities.
- Todd Downs, vice president of operations for Luckett & Farley Development;
- Darrall Henderson, state director of the Kentucky Procurement Technical Assistance Center at Kentucky Science and Technology Corp.;
- Jay E. Ingle, an attorney and member in Jackson Kelly PLLC’s Lexington, KY office;
- Brad Schneider, Henderson County Judge-Executive.
The panel will be moderated by Ed Green, editor of P3 Kentucky and a senior strategist at C2 Strategic Communications.
To learn more about KAED’s Spring Conference, visit http://www.kaedonline.org.