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Tuesday, July 21 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
The Real Economics and Fiscal Impacts of Density

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The fiscal impacts of development and growth is garnering increased attention. Conventional wisdom seems to be that suburban development is a financial drain on a locality while urban development at higher densities is a boon-—regardless of the type and characteristics of the community. While this may be true in many cases, there are pitfalls of a default generalized answer. Only part of the story is being told. Several factors are essential to consider-—including local revenue structure, services provided, levels of service, quality and capacity of infrastructure, existing policies and philosophies, and the market for increased density. Generalized analyses that do not consider these factors will not tell the full story and are not transferable from community to community. It is important to evaluate specifics by locality to truly address these important question. This session will dissect recent efforts to analyze fiscal impacts of development (e.g., Smart Growth America, Strong Towns) with a wide-ranging discussion on the pros, cons, and transferability of these efforts. Case studies will be used.

Speakers
avatar for Carson Bise AICP

Carson Bise AICP

President, Tischler Bise
Carson Bise has 25 years of fiscal, economic and planning experience and has conducted fiscal and infrastructure finance evaluations in 37 states. Mr. Bise has developed and implemented more fiscal impact models than any consultant in the country. The applications which Mr. Bise has developed have been used for evaluating multiple land use scenarios, specific development projects, annexations, urban service provision, tax-increment financing, and... Read More →
avatar for Julie Herlands AICP

Julie Herlands AICP

Principal, TischlerBise
Julie Herlands, AICP, is a Principal with TischlerBise and has over fifteen years of planning, fiscal, and economic development experience. Her economic and fiscal impact experience includes a wide-range of assignments in fifteen states including fiscal and economic impact analyses, economic and market analyses, economic development assessments and plans, impact fees, cash proffers, level of service analysis, and infrastructure financing. Prior... Read More →


Tuesday July 21, 2015 2:45pm - 3:45pm
York Hall Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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