As part of Infrastructure Week, 2015, several interested organizations banded together for an afternoon meeting on Monday, May 11, that focused on public-private partnerships as a way out of the infrastructure crunch. Projects, big and small, stand to benefit from engaging the private sector to solve an array of infrastructure challenges. The event was hosted by the Pew Charitable Trusts, and moderated by Cleveland City Councilman Matt Zone, who is also the 2nd Vice President of National League of Cities (NLC). Art Smith, President of the National Council for Public-Private ...
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