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Kentucky Seeks Partner to Demo, Replace Capital Plaza, Frankfort Convention Center

One of Kentucky’s tallest buildings could be coming down this summer, if a private developer can be found to take on the task.

County magistrates, commissioners hear from P3 experts

At a recent meeting of the Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association, hundreds of county leaders got an overview of the state’s newest financing tool from a group of leaders who worked to pass Kentucky’s P3 law.

P3 Kentucky: It’s About the Possibilities

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.

Public, Private Sectors Join Forces For Economic Development

With the steady loss of coal jobs over the years, leaders in Eastern Kentucky are striving to build the workforce of tomorrow to bring good-paying jobs to the region. SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region) is a bipartisan effort, launched in 2013 with a mission to create jobs and growth opportunities, as well as improve the quality of life in the 54-county region.

Communities Look To P3 For Upgrading Technology

From smart phones to programmable thermostats to digital assistants like Amazon’s Echo, individuals embrace technology that helps them run their homes and lives more efficiently. Local governments are beginning to do the same with smart-city initiatives, using technology to integrate management of traffic flow, public transit, utilities, government buildings and more.

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