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Kyle Glazier

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What Infrastructure Projects Might Appeal to Trump?
January 20, 2017 Airports, high-speed rail, and roads, particularly in dense metropolitan areas, could be particularly appealing targets for...

Bay Area Toll Authority Set for Big Deal
January 20, 2017 The Bay Area Toll Authority is set to sell $450 million of bonds Jan. 26 to fund capital projects and refund outstanding debt.

Amid Partisan Impasse, Clock Ticks for K-12 Funding Fix in Washington
January 19, 2017 A state task force charged with solving Washington’s K-12 education funding crisis failed to overcome its partisan divide,...

California Supreme Court Won't Hear San Francisco Arena Appeal
January 18, 2017 The California Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from a group opposing the construction of a new basketball arena...

Cybersecurity Scare Raises Caution Flag for Utilities
January 13, 2017 A cybersecurity scare at a public power utility in Vermont has some municipal market participants thinking about how an attack...

Washington State Debt Burden Up Only Slightly
January 13, 2017 The State of Washington's debt burden grew less than 1% in 2016, according to the state's annual Debt Affordability Study.

SF To Ask For $350 Million Seawall Bond
January 10, 2017 San Francisco voters will be asked to approve a $350 million bond to repair its fragile seawall, which experts believe needs a...

Another Case Boosts Idea That California Pensions Can Be Trimmed
January 9, 2017 A second state appeals court decision in California that rejects a rigid interpretation of the so-called “California Rule” of...

New Oregon Treasurer Sets Cautious Course
January 9, 2017 A probable rollback of federal protections put in place after the Great Recession means Oregon must be even more vigilant in...

CalPERS Rate Change a Credit Boost, Moody's Says
January 5, 2017 The California Public Employees' Retirement System’s decision to reduce its assumed rate of investment return to 7.0% from...

Water Project in California Clears Major Hurdle
January 5, 2017 The release of a lengthy collection of environmental documents sets the stage for the California WaterFix Delta tunnel project...

California State, Local Groups Renewing Transportation Investment Push
January 5, 2017 A coalition of state, local, and infrastructure groups is pushing the California Legislature to act on transportation funding...

Will the Muni Market Have a Voice on Trump's Infrastructure Task Force?
December 28, 2016 Members of Donald Trump's transition team have been reaching out to muni market participants as the President-elect plans an...

'California Rule' Case Could Bring National Pension Ripples
December 22, 2016 The Supreme Court of California has a case before it with the potential to alter the political and legal conversations about...

Alaska's Walker Again Looks to Tap Permanent Fund
December 22, 2016 Alaska Gov. Bill Walker's $4.2 billion fiscal year 2018 contains a familiar proposal.

CalPERS Board Votes to Reduce Discount Rate
December 21, 2016 The California Public Employees’ Retirement System Board has voted to reduce the pension fund’s current 7.5% expected annual...

How Washington's Education Funding Reform Could Affect School Districts
December 20, 2016 The credit implications of Washington States' K-12 funding overhaul may hinge on how the state's solutions affect each...

San Francisco Utility Closes Green Bond Sale
December 16, 2016 The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has issued $259 million of taxable water revenue bonds, certified as green bonds...

How Donald Trump's Infrastructure Plan Could Be Financed
December 15, 2016 Direct pay bonds similar to Build America Bonds may wind up forming the backbone of Donald Trump’s proposed 10-year $1...

Washington Governor Unveils Education-Heavy Budget
December 15, 2016 Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday released his nearly $47 billion 2017–19 budget proposal.


What are the challenges of running a giant electric provider? Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) CEO Tom Falcone discusses his experience of leaving Wall Street after 13 years to run LIPA in the catastrophic wake of Hurricane Sandy. Hosted by Andrew Coen.

The warning signs can reveal themselves in historic audited financials, when combined with more timely economic data.

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