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State and Local Budget Pressures: The Charitable Property-Tax Exemption and PILOTs

Urban Institute

Monday, May 21, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

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10:00-11:30:  The Current Landscape
Who wins and who loses from exemption?
Moderator: Elizabeth Boris, Urban Institute
Evelyn Brody, Chicago-Kent College of Law 
Rick Cohen, Nonprofit Quarterly
Joseph Cordes, George Washington University 

Thomas Longoria, Texas State University

11:30-12:00:  Lunch


12:00-1:15:  Focus on Eds and Meds

A focus on the current major pressure points: nonprofit hospitals and colleges and universities.
Moderator: Roger Colinvaux, Columbia School of Law, Catholic University of America
Higher education: Matt Hamill, National Association of College and University Business Officers
Hospitals: Woods Bowman, DePaul University
Keith Hearle, Verite Healthcare Consulting


1:15-1:30:  Break

1:30-3:15:  Negotiated Payments in Lieu of Taxes as Wave of the Future?
Will global solutions remain elusive?  Will we see more use of “voluntary” PILOTs?  What should a well-designed PILOT program look like, and how should it be created?
Moderator: Kim Rueben, Urban Institute
David Brunori, State Tax Notes
G. Reynolds Clark, on behalf of the Pittsburgh Public Service Fund, University of Pittsburgh

Daphne Kenyon, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Ron Rakow, City of Boston

3:15-3:30:  Wrap-up
Eugene Steuerle, Urban Institute

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2100 M Street NW, 5th Floor
Washington, 20037

Monday, May 21, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)


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