Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The Warren M. Anderson Breakfast Series Seminar’s Infrastructure Funding session is scheduled for April 8, 2014


The Warren M. Anderson Breakfast Series Seminar’s Infrastructure Funding session is scheduled for April 8, 2014
Source: Government Law Center, Albany Law School

The Albany Law School’s Government Law Center will host the next 2014 Annual Warren M. Anderson Breakfast Seminar Series, a nonpartisan hour-long breakfast program, on April 8 from 8-9 a.m. in the Assembly Parlor, at the State Capitol, 3rd FL. The program continues to be offered free of charge, but space is limited.

The speakers
 
 ●Hon. Félix Ortiz, NYS Assemblymember & Sponsor, The Urban Restoration Bond Act of 2014

Hon. Kathy Sheehan, Mayor, City of Albany

Michael J. Elmendorf II, President & CEO, Associated General Contractors of NYS

Denis Hughes, Senior Advisor, Brown & Weinraub PLLC & Former President, NYS AFL-CIO
 
will discuss Infrastructure Funding required for costly, yet essential repairs to aging roads and bridges, water supply systems and drainage. 

Pending legislation would allow the state to borrow $2 billion for infrastructure improvements.

For those interested, each seminar is accredited for one hour of transitional and non-transitional CLE credit in the area of “Professional Practice.”

To register or to obtain more information, contact Ms. Amy Gunnells at agunn@albanylaw.eduor telephone 518-445-2329.

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