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Public-Private Partnerships Making Progress in ArkansasLock Icon

Arkansas is less than a year away from tapping a rich new source of economic development, public-private partnerships that will build and operate public assets like college dormitories or parking decks. read more >
Construction / Government & Politics / Investments / Transportation

Infrastructure Tools in Government’s Kit (Will Gruber Commentary)

Here's three outside-the-box options local governments can use to supplement existing funding and increased state spending for highways and roads. read more >
Kathleen McDonald
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

Kathleen McDonald Moves to Wilson & Associates (Movers & Shakers)

Kathleen McDonald will lead the new immigration department at Wilson & Associates in Little Rock. read more >
Will Gruber
Government & Politics

InVeritas Names New VP

Attorney Will Gruber will join global public affairs firm inVeritas of Little Rock as vice president of government relations and strategic partnerships. read more >
Sen. Tom Cotton visits the Little Rock headquarters of Southwest Power Pool last month.
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PACE Financing Under Fire From Tom CottonLock Icon

Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde calls PACE financing a home run, something that makes "a lot of sense to a lot of people." U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton calls PACE a scam to "trick seniors into taking out high-interest loans for 20 years, along with liens on their homes." read more >
Barry Hyde
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PACE Expands Improvement District Model

The Preserve at Aldersgate in Little Rock will be the first major Arkansas project taking advantage of Property Assessed Clean Energy financing. read more >
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Entergy Makes Offer of Synergy to Solar Proponents

As the Arkansas Public Service Commission wrangles over rules for putting home-generated electricity onto the grid, the biggest news for Pulaski County may be that it could find a path to net metering despite Entergy’s opposition to its legal arguments. read more >