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Madison County Tax Proposal is Bold, Necessary Step

The partners in Louisville City FC will move forward this year with a $65 million soccer stadium project, following the May 31 approval of $21.7 million tax-increment financing plan that will allow them to recapture a portion of their investment from taxes generated around the project site.

Partnership Paves Way for Soccer Stadium Construction

The partners in Louisville City FC will move forward this year with a $65 million soccer stadium project, following the May 31 approval of $21.7 million tax-increment financing plan that will allow them to recapture a portion of their investment from taxes generated around the project site.

Kentucky Seeks P3 Adviser

The partners in Louisville City FC will move forward this year with a $65 million soccer stadium project, following the May 31 approval of $21.7 million tax-increment financing plan that will allow them to recapture a portion of their investment from taxes generated around the project site.

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KY Capital Plaza P3 Moves Forward

Over the past year Kentuckians have been following the public-private partnership deal unfolding to redevelop land where the Frankfort Convention Center and Fountain Place Shops once stood. Recently, the city reached another project milestone by formally sending a letter to the state’s Finance and Administration Cabinet outlining the preferred redevelopment method.

P3s: The Solution to Homelessness?

It takes more than funding to fight homelessness in cities across the United States. It takes an army, and the private sector in Columbus, Ohio is all hands on deck to address the growing issues behind their homelessness epidemic, including public-private partnerships.

Gov. Bevin Creates New Economic Opportunity Commission

New job opportunities for Kentuckians are on the horizon following the recent creation of the Economic Opportunity Commission by Gov. Matt Bevin.

Summit Encourages New Kentucky Partnerships

Business seems to be booming in the Bluegrass State, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. Recently, the state’s administration attended the SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, D.C. to discuss new Kentucky public-private partnership opportunities with private sector companies.

Public-private partnerships have been offered as an alternative to bring private capital and fresh ideas to develop public infrastructure.

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