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Kentucky Looking to P3 to Develop 133 Acres at Kentucky Expo Center

A major development with multiple hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues and retail outlets could be coming to 133 acres of land adjacent to Freedom Hall and the Kentucky Exposition Center, if the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Council finds the partners and plans it’s seeking to guide the effort.

Three Ways P3s Can Be Used in Kentucky Today

For anyone who missed it this week, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet outlined its plan to repair and rebuild roads and bridges throughout the Commonwealth over the next six years. The plan details investments totaling more than $8.5 billion for 1,400 projects throughout the state. It’s a great start but far short of the state’s needs.

Gov. Bevin Signs Law to Ease P3 Process

Amid all the discussion around Kentucky’s pension reform, state budget and tax reform efforts, Kentucky legislators easily passed and Gov. Matt Bevin signed P3 legislation this week that is expected to simplify the way public-private partnerships are approved in the state.

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R.I. Lawmakers Consider P3s for Water Bill

It’s National Infrastructure Week, and in the midst of changing infrastructure guidelines and needs, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced that she and other leaders are considering 16 funding mechanism for national infrastructure improvements, including public-private partnerships.

Chao Encourages P3s During National Infrastructure Week

It’s National Infrastructure Week, and in the midst of changing infrastructure guidelines and needs, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced that she and other leaders are considering 16 funding mechanism for national infrastructure improvements, including public-private partnerships.

New Space NM the Result of Public-Private Partnership

The space industry is getting some help through public-private partnerships aimed at creating a new cohort to expand the commercial space industry in New Mexico.

Bill May Introduce New Opportunities for Nonprofits

A new piece of legislation before the U.S. Senate may create new opportunities for nonprofits to use private sector resources for community revitalization through the Community Block Development Grant.

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

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