‘Infrastructure 2012′ Highlights Innovative Solutions At State, Regional, Local Level; Points To Impact of Recession on Infrastructure Funding Worldwide

Local governments are utilizing a range of strategies, including ballot measures taken directly to the public, increased utilization of technology and pricing, and public-private partnerships, according to Infrastructure 2012: Spotlight on Leadership, released today by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Ernst & Young LLP….
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Chairman’s Report from the 2012 ULI Spring Meeting

ULI Chairman, Peter Rummell at the 2012 Spring Meeting: “It’s great to be in Charlotte — a city that clearly is full of energy and innovation. ULI has a long history with Charlotte — one that includes more than two decades of help from advisory service panels. Since 1990, ULI has had no less than 14 advisory panels in the Charlotte metro area. Our panelists have looked at everything from remaking the downtown core to transforming a university research park to reinventing a struggling mall. You don’t have to look hard to see that the city is growing and thriving, and it’s nice to think ULI has been involved in helping this great growth.”…
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The Advisory Services Times-Dispatch, May 2012

This installment of our newsletter includes links to more information about the last few panels completed by ULI Advisory Services; a summary and update of the $10,000 panel pilot incentive program, an overview of the recently completed Governors Advisory Panel (GAP) for the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California and a list of upcoming panels this Summer This issue also includes a focus on Ralph Nuñez, a landscape architect from Detroit Michigan and long-time participant in the Advisory Services Program….
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