Photos of:
New York Conference of Mayors
National Council for Public Private Partnerships
Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Environmental Finance

Richard Norment
Rick Norment, Executive Director of the National Council for Public Private Partnerships, addresses the more than 80 registrants a the conference to Manage Water System Assets.
Kim Collins, Co-Director of the Maxwell School, Syracuse University
Kim Collins, Co-Director of the Environemtnal Finance Center of the Maxwell School at Syracuse University facilitates  meeting of mayors and town managers of New York State.


John Joyner of IMG Inc.
John Joyner, Vice President of Infrastructure Management Group gave a clean analysis of private sector cost savings methods. John is available to assist communities in maanging their water assets. He can be reached through the web site.


Bill  Jarocki of the Maxwell SchoolBill Jarocki of the Maxwell School addresses the mayors' concerns about GASB 34 compliance requirements. Bill remains available to civic leaders to answer your questions. Email dirrector@
for his contact information.
Conference participants sit comfortably at dinner tables while debating issues of government financial reporting requirements and new government assistance programs. 
Dan Elias of Elias GroupDan Elias of the Elias Group explains to mayors the limitations on DBO and competitive proposal procurement in New York. And the need to change laws.

Ken Scherrible
Ken Schierrible of Valley River, Inc. listens to discussion of GASB 34 reporting requirments before giving his expert advice. Contact information for Ken and all other conference participants can be had through this web site by clicking any mail icon and providing the participant's name or topic.


Sandy Gutner (left) and Rick Norment

Sandy Gutner (right) of Black & Veatch chats with Rick Norment of the NCPPP at reception sponsored by Earth Tech.

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