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2016 CIFA SRF National Workshop

October 30 – November 1, 2016



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Monday, October 31, 2016

11:15 AM Concurrent Sessions -

Co-funding in Conjunction with Regionalization

Identifying and Assessing CWSRF Funding Trends Using the DWSRF to Address Lead A Look at Bank Direct Purchase
  • Kristina Eng, Wells Fargo Securities

  • John Barton, Michigan Finance Authority

  • Anne Burger Entrekin, First Southwest

2:00 PM Concurrent Sessions -

New Approach to SRF Marketing

Collaborating across State Drinking Water Programs to Support Sustainable Systems(Interactive Tabletop Exercise) Session 1
  • Kiri Anderer, U.S. EPA

  • Susana Bains, U.S. EPA
State of SRFs: Program Overview and Developments
  • Tom Liu, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    State of the SRF Programs

  • Ken Friedrich, NY Environmental Facilities Corporation

  • John Barton, Michigan Finance Authority

  • Anne Burger Entrekin, First Southwest
The Future of Green Bonds

Concurrent Sessions 3:30 PM

Strengthening Outreach to Small, Rural Communities

Asset Management/Capital Improvement Planning

Collaborating across State Drinking Water Programs to Support Sustainable Systems(Interactive Tabletop Exercise) Session II

Household Affordability, Why SRF Managers Should Pay Attention

  • Jeff Hughes, Environmental Finance Center at UNC

  • Kim Colson, NC Department of Environmental Quality

  • Sonia Brubaker, WIRFC, U.S. EPA

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
  • Bech Bruun, Chair, Texas Water Development Board

10:00 AM Concurrent Sessions -

Small Communities: Complying with SRF Requirements with Ease

  • Tim Wendland, Idaho Dept of Environmental Protection

  • Anna Miller, MT Natural Resources and Conservation
  • John Rauch, Ohio RCAP

  • Robin Schmidt, WI Dept of Natural Resources

  • Heather Himmelberger, SW Environmental Finance Center

Fed Talks from EPA's Finance Center
  • Jim Gebhardt, U.S. EPA

  • Kristyn Abhold, U.S. EPA

  • David McKay, U.S. EPA

The Art of Reading Bond Documents Big Data and State Water Finance Planning: Connecting the Two is Easier than You Think

11:00 AM Concurrent Sessions -

Performance-Based Infrastructure Projects Improving Drinking Water for Communities in Need Funding Storm Water Solutions for Texas Communities Note: To view these files you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
 

 
   
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