Spending the $4.2 Billion in New York’s Environmental Bond Act

January 31, 2023
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In this episode, we discuss how the $4.2 billion authorized in New York’s Environmental Bond Act will be spent. We talk about the types of projects that will be funded and financial benefits to the State, including short-term job creation and the longer-term benefits to residents and visitors of having improved infrastructure, as well as the ability to leverage these funds for billions of additional dollars.

Bill Estes, Of Counsel in our New York office and a member of our P3/Infrastructure Practice Group, hosts the conversation, joined by Ali Chaudhry, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer at AECOM, and Julie Tighe, President of the New York League of Conservation Voters.

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