Constantine C. Baranoff, Shareholder

For the entirety of his 15-year legal career, Constantine has represented municipal clients, including cities, special districts, school districts and other local government entities, in public finance/bond counsel work and public work facility and construction matters. He helped to form the state’s first enhanced infrastructure financing district for the City of West Sacramento. He also focuses on bond counsel work and Mello-Roos community facilities district formations, as well as advises various public agencies regarding EIFD formation and bond issuance. Constantine is an experienced negotiator and routinely negotiates multi-million dollar construction, architect and consultant contracts on behalf of school district clients, as well as cities and counties represented by the Firm.

Legal Experience

  • Formation of Mello-Roos community facilities districts
  • Formation of Infrastructure Financing Districts (IFDs) and Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts (EIFDs)
  • Bond counsel and disclosure counsel for general obligation bonds, Mello-Roos and other public finance transactions
  • Negotiation of property transactions involving public/private partnerships
  • Negotiation of construction contracts and general facility/construction advice

Practice Examples

  • Bond Counsel to the City of West Sacramento to form the Bridge District Infrastructure Financing District (“IFD”).
  • Bond Counsel to the City of West Sacramento in all public finance matters including the formation of numerous Mello-Roos community facilities districts.
  • Special Counsel to the City of West Sacramento in the formation of its Bridge District Infrastructure Financing District.
  • Counsel in successful property acquisition involving a 55 acre portion of Agnews Developmental Center by Santa Clara Unified School District.
  • Recently negotiated multi-million dollar construction contracts on behalf of several area school districts, including projects delivered pursuant to Education Code § 17406.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

Constantine actively educates the state about EIFDs through speaking at numerous conferences and publishing articles. Additionally, he is a frequent speaker on school facilities and public finance topics and is involved in several statewide organizations affiliated with public schools. His other professional activities and affiliations include:

  • Member, Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Technical Committee, California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)
  • Member, Brownfields and Land Revitalization Committee, California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)
  • Member, Roundtable Advisory Committee, Council of Development Finance Agencies
  • Member, Executive Board, Californians for School Facilities
  • Member, City of Salinas Chinatown LEAP Team
  • Member, Steering Committee for 2016 State School Bond, California’s Coalition for Adequate School Housing
  • Member, California State Bar Association
  • Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers
  • Member, Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Sacramento Magazine, Top Lawyer 2016

Publications

Academic Background

J.D. University of California, Davis, 2000

B.S. University of San Francisco, 1997

    Speaking Engagements

    02.05.2018

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Sustainable Groundwater Planning

    Date:

    February 5-6

     

    Location:

    Los Angeles, CA

    Sponsored By:

    Law Seminars International (LSI)

    Overview:

    Kronick Shareholders Constantine Baranoff, Jon CristyScott Morris and Holly Roberson will present at the Sustainable Groundwater in California conference in Sacramento on February 5-6. Scott will provide opening remarks as Program Co-Chair. Constantine and Jon’s presentation will discuss financing options and strategies for GSP development, including perspectives on whether it is possible, or desirable to try to structure initial planning to avoid falling under Proposition 218 as well as anticipating rate setting issues under Propositions 26 and 21. Holly will discuss working with Tribes as Sovereigns as opposed to stakeholders including legal parameters and requirements for Tribal consultation.

    For more information or to register, please visit the event website.

    12.14.2017

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Using EIFDs to Bring a Neighborhood Back to Life

    Date:

    Thursday, December 14

    Location:

    Newport Beach Marriott Hotel

    Organized By:

    League of California Cities (LOCC)

    Program Overview:

    At the League’s Municipal Finance Institute, Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff and James Gomes, Managing Principal of Economic & Planning Systems, Inc. willl analyze the available financing strategies to revitalize an inner-city neighborhood bifurcated with a below grade freeway. These strategies will include forming an EIFD and a Mello-Roos Community Facilities District, and combining the revenue streams under single financing. As part of the financing analysis, they will discuss in detail how an overlay over the freeway would create a new green area, which would unite the neighborhood and provide new taxable parcels on which to build revenue generating projects.

    Registration:

    Please visit the event website for more information and to register.

    03.23.2017

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Beyond the basics – Using the EIFD Tool to Bring a Neighborhood Back to Life

    Date:


    Thursday, March 23


    Location:


    Wyndham San Diego Bayside



     

    Organized By:

    California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)

    Program Overview:

    Kronick is pleased to sponsor CALED's 37th Annual Training Conference on March 23 in San Diego. Constantine Baranoff will participate in an interactive panel that will discuss hypothetical situations where attendees will analyze and solve issues that occur during the development process. 

    Registration:

    Please visit the event website for more information and to register.

    02.21.2017

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CSF workshop – Discussion on Qualified Zone Academy Bonds

    Date:


    Tuesday, February 21


    Location:


    Sacramento Convention Center



     

     


     


    Organized By:

    Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH)

    Program Overview:

    Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff will participate in a panel at the CASH Annual Conference in Sacramento on February 21st. He will discuss the legal structure for QZABs, other panelists will provide a history of CDE’s role and other federal programs.

    Registration:

    Please visit the event website for more information and to register.

    09.21.2016

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Tax Increment Financing Via Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts (EIFDS) at The Bond Buyer’s California Public Finance Conference

    Date:


    Wednesday, September 21


    Location:


    Los Angeles


    Sponsored By:

    The Bond Buyer

    Program Overview:

    Kronick shareholder Constantine Baranoff will participate in a panel at The Bond Buyer's California Public Finance Conference on Wednesday, September 21 in Los Angeles. The panel will explore the planning and financing projects of EIFDs and how effective they have been. EIFDs are a financing tool to partially replace RDAs, using a form of tax increment financing with limitations. 

    Registration:

    Please visit The Bond Buyer's website for more information and to register.

    07.27.2016

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Financing PDA Infrastructure – Strategies to Meet Today’s Needs

    Date:


    Wednesday, July 27


    Location:


    Hayes Mansion, San Jose



     


    Organized By:

    Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) 

    Program Overview:

    Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff will participate in the next Planning Innovations, a new series of regional forums focused on the planning and implementation of Priority Development Areas (PDA) in the Bay Area. He will discuss Financing PDA Infrastructure – Strategies to Meet Today’s Needs with a panel of technical experts as they discuss options for funding transportation and utility improvements in an interactive case study analysis of North San Jose.  

    Registration:

    Please visit the event website for more information and to register.

    02.10.2016

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts

    Date:


    Wednesday, February 11


    Sponsored By:

    LA Permit Group

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff will provide an overview of key items associated with the EIFD legislation, discuss the EIFD formation process, and discuss potential financing techniques associated with the EIFD. 

    12.14.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Metropolitan Transportation Commission Workshop

    Date:


    Monday, December 14


    Location:


    Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Oakland


    Sponsored By:

    Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff provided an overview of Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts (EIFDs). For more information, please visit MTC's website

    09.30.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    LOCC Annual Conference | Tax Increment Financing is Back! Using the New EIFD Tool

    Date & Time:


    Exact date & time TBD


    Location:


    San Jose


     


    Sponsored By:

    League of California Cities (LOCC)
    2015 Annual Conference (September 30 – October 2, 2015)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]
    Aaron Laurel, Economic Development Manager, City of West Sacramento
    Russ Powell, Vice President, Economic Planning Systems

    Overview:

    Infrastructure Financing Districts provide cities and counties the ability to use tax increment revenues to finance the construction and acquisition of many different types of facilities. This panel will provide an outline of key items associated with the new EIFD legislation, discuss the EIFD formation process, provide an analysis of how the City of West Sacramento formed an IFD within its Bridge District Area, and discuss potential financing techniques associated with the EIFD.

    Registration:

    For more inforamation and to register, please visit the LOCC website.

    05.12.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Legislative Conference | Enhanced Infrastructure Finance Districts

    Date:


    Tuesday, May 12, 2015


    Time:


    11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.


    Location:


    Sacramento Convention Center


    Sponsored By:

    California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce – 21st Annual Legislative Conference

    The 21st Annual Legislative Conference provides a forum for participants to engage in the legislative process as well as an opportunity to stay on top of the issues that affect every Hispanic business in the state. Participants of the conference will be able to make a difference in the state’s focus and concentrate on priority issues facing Hispanic business.

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Constantine is one of several panelists 

    Presentation Overview:

    Small businesses are the backbone of our State’s economy. Tax regulations can play a major role in the creation of businesses, jobs, and the economy. The panelists will engage in a discussion on current proposed legislation, initiatives, and regulation that impact the ability of small businesses to prosper and grow in challenged struggling communities throughout California.

    Registration:

    For more information and to register, please visit the CHCC website

    04.21.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CALED Annual Conference | Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts—Streamlining an Underused Economic Development Tool

    Date:


    Tuesday, April 21, 2015


    Time:


    3:30 p.m.


    Location:


    The Mission Inn &

    Riverside Conference Center


    Sponsored By:

    California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)
    35th Annual Training Conference (April 20-22, 2015)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]
    Aaron Laurel, Economic Development Manager, City of West Sacramento
    Russ Powell, Vice President, Economic Planning Systems

    Presentation Overview:

    Tax increment returns to California through SB 628's authorization of Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts. This workshop focuses on a case study of West Sacramento's newly adopted Bridge District IFD, one of the few established under existing IFD law, and discusses how to create and effectively use Enhanced IFDs.

    For more information, please visit the CALED website.

    01.08.2015

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    Kronick Workshop

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    UC Davis Education Law Workshop Series | 2015 Education Law Update

    Date:


    Thursday, Jan 8, 2015


    Time:


    11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


    Location:


    UC Davis

    ARC Conference Center

    Room B


    Cost:


    $30.00 per attendee

    Includes lunch


    A Partnership of Legal Education Workshops for Superintendents, School Administrators, Students and Faculty, and Others in the Field of Education

    Sponsored By:

    UC Davis School of Education and Kronick Education Law Department

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Registration:

    To register for this workshop and others in the 2015 workshop series, please visit the UC Davis website

    Other Upcoming Workshops in the 2015 Series:

    • Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
      Human Resources Issues for Teachers and Administrators
      Presented by Christian Keiner & Michael Hersher
    • Wednesday, March 11, 2015
      Laws Impacting Students Issues
      Presented by Michael Hersher & Meghan Russell and Tom Timar, Professor at UC Davis School of Education
    • Tuesday, March 24, 2015
      Charter School Basics and Beyond
      Presented by Bill Schuetz & Sally Dutcher and Laura Preston, Legislative Advocate at ACSA
    • Thursday, April 9, 2015
      The Latest on the Local Control Funding Formula
      Presented by Addison Covert & Michael Hersher and John Gray, President of School Services of CA
    • Thursday, May 7, 2015
      School Facility Issues for Administrators
      Presented by Constantine Baranoff & Stacy Toledo

    01.07.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Webinar | Using the New EIFD Tool for Economic Development

    Date:


    Wednesday, January 7, 2015


    Time:


    1:00 - 2:00 p.m.


     


    Sponsored By:

    California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)

    Overview:

    Learn the ins and outs of the new Enhanced Infrastructure Finance District Legislation and how to use it for economic development, including feedback from a city going through the process.

    Presenter:

    [SPEAKERS]

    10.09.2014

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CDFA 2014 California Financing Roundtable | Infrastructure & Revitalization Finance Realities

    Date:


    Thursday, October 9, 2014


    Time:


    10:30 - 11:15 a.m.


    Location:


    Hotel Maya

    Long Beach, CA


     


    Sponsored By:

    Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA)
    2014 CDFA California Financing Roundtable Conference (Oct. 9, 2014)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]
    Aaron Laurel, Economic Development Manager, City of West Sacramento

    Presentation Overview:

    Infrastructure & Revitalization Finance Realities In the wake of an economic downturn, many communities are left with sites, projects, districts, or entire urban cores requiring revitalization and new infrastructure. As a solution to these challenges, tools such as Special Assessment Districts, Transit Oriented Development and Brownfield Remediation have emerged as strategies to concentrate development opportunities into targeted locations. Within this session, presenters will discuss their experiences using these powerful finance mechanisms to catalyze public improvements that spur private investment. 

    Conference Overview:

    Join CDFA and CALED for the California Financing Roundtable Conference on October 9, 2014 as we focus on "Financing Economic Development: Best Practices & Steadfast Programs." This one-day event will feature a number of economic development finance experts and leaders from around the state discussing development finance tools, resources, authorities, and approaches and how these methods can move California’s economy forward. Topics to be discussed include bonds, public-private partnerships, loan funds, innovation capital, tax credits, EB-5 and much more. CDFA is excited to partner with CALED to host this specialized initiative for the economic development and project finance professionals in the state.

    Please visit CDFA's website for more information and to register.

    09.05.2014

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CASH Workshop | Acquisition, Use and Sale of School Property: Best Practices for LEA’s

    Date:


    Friday, September 5, 2014


    Time:


    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


    Location:


    Ontario Airport Radisson

    Ontario, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California's Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH)

    KMTG Presenter:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Workshop Overview:

    Because property is a critical asset for Local Education Agencies (LEAs), this workshop will focus on state requirements, options, and best practices for acquiring school property, management and use of school property, and the sale of surplus school property.  Specifically, this workshop will include presentations on these critical aspects of successful school property and asset management, including the Department of Education's (CDE) site selection process, joint-use agreements, and new legislation that makes changes to the Naylor Act.  The workshop will conclude with a case study that involves creative use of district options for site acquisition.

    Please visit the CASH website for additional information and to register.

    02.22.2012

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    Speaking Engagement

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    2012 CASH Annual Conference:[br]School District Property – Techniques for Generating Dollars Without Always Having to Sell Property

    Date:


    Wednesday, February 22, 2012


    Time:


    9:00 - 10:30 a.m.


    Location:


    Sacramento Convention Center

    Sacramento, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California’s Coalition for Adedquate School Housing (CASH)
    33rd Annual Conference [February 20-22, 2012]

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    This roundtable will discuss how to identify unused property suitable for development, teach school districts how unused real property can be used to generate a stream of income, analyze case studies either on their own or in conjunction with other agencies/entities, and explore relevant case law validating transactions where districts have turned unused property into successful projects.

    Registration:

    For more information and to register, please visit CASH’s website.

    02.01.2012

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Webinar: The End of Redevelopment – What Does it Mean for Schools?

    Date:


    February 1, 2012


    Time:


    2:00 - 3:15 p.m.


    MCLE Credit:


    1.25 hours


    Sponsored By:

    The Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH)

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    The demise of the redevelopment agency has far reaching impacts across the California political spectrum. This webinar discusses how the end of redevelopment will affect the finances of California public schools. We will discuss what funds school districts may expect to receive and what the funds may be spent on. We will also discuss the role school districts will want to play in the new oversight boards which will oversee the dissolution of redevelopment agencies.

    Registration:

    Click here to register for this webinar.

    Registration fee is $59.

    01.13.2012

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Legal Issues Affecting School Operations and Facilities

    Date:


    Friday, January 13, 2012


    Time:


    11:20 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


    Location:


    Hyatt Grand Champion Resort

    Indian Wells, CA


    Sponsored By:

    Murdoch, Walrath & Holmes’ Ninth Annual School Finance Conference for Businesses

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    10.18.2011

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CASH Fall Conference: Legal Implications on New Legislation and Court Cases – Chawanakee USD v. County of Madera

    Date:


    Tuesday, October 18, 2011


    Time(s):


    2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

    3:15 - 4:15 p.m.


    Location:


    Westin South Coast Plaza

    686 Anton Blvd.

    Costa Mesa, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California’s Coalition for Adedquate School Housing (CASH)
    2011 Fall Conference [October 18-19, 2011]

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    01.10.2011

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    Kronick Telebriefing

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    Financing Options for Solar Power Projects and How to Structure the Contract to Meet Your District’s Specific Goals (telebriefing)

    Date:


    Monday, January 10, 2010


    Time:


    10:00 - 10:20 a.m.

    Question and answer session will follow


    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    Has your district been approached by a solar power provider?

    Solar projects are often advertised to school districts as a way to save energy costs and generate revenue. Documents prepared and distributed by solar power providers are drafted to protect only the interests of the provider. They can fail to take into account school-specific issues, such as student safety, campus security, and a guaranteed rate of return to offset a school district’s upfront investment.

    At Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard (KMTG), we offer advice and counsel on the potential pitfalls in “going green” without proper planning and negotiating unambiguous contract terms upfront. Additionally, KMTG can assist your district in choosing the appropriate financing and contractual structure to meet your financial goals.

    Make sure you know the pros and cons before entering into the long-term commitment necessary to make your schools “green.”

    Registration:

    Please email Kristy Garza at kgarza@kmtg.com to register

    10.26.2010

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Webinar: New Laws Schools Have to Implement

    Date:


    Tuesday, October 26, 2010


    Time:


    11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.


    Sponsored By:

    Small School Districts’ Association

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    This Webinar will focus on new legislation signed by the Governor that school districts will have to implement after January 1, 2011. These will be the bills involving required immunizations, water at meals, students evaluating teachers, graduation requirements, school facilities and the plethora of other bills the Governor will be acting on. School districts know about the big bills allocating federal funds, changing retirement provisions and open enrollment. This Webinar will be preparing for all of the other new laws schools will have to address.

    Registration:

    For more information and register please click through http://www.ssda.org/

    06.30.2010

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    Kronick Breakfast Seminar

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    Green Financing 101

    Date:


    Wednesday, June 30, 2010


    Time:


    9:00 - 10:30 a.m.

    [continental breakfast provided]


    Location:


    KMTG's Sacramento Office

    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor

    Sacramento, CA 95814



    Parking in the Wells Fargo Building will be validated


    Hosted By:

    This complimentary seminar is hosted by KMTG’s Climate Change and Public Finance attorneys

    Seminar Agenda:

    Participants will learn about:

    • The Basics of Greenhouse Gas Regulations
    • The Financing and Benefits of Improvements
    • Financing Vehicles, including New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds
    • Grant Programs

      KMTG Presenters:

      [SPEAKERS]

      Who Should Attend:

      Schools: Chief Business Officials; Superintendents; Directors of Finance & Facilities

      Cities, Counties & Special Districts: Managers & Executive Officers; Public Works, Finance and Redevelopment Departments and Staff

      Registration Deadline:

      Friday, June 25, 2010. For more information and
      to register, please contact Kristy Garza at 916.321.4547 or KGarza@kmtg.com

    01.22.2010

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    Kronick Breakfast Seminar

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    School Facilities and Finance

    Date:


    Friday, March 26, 2010


    Time:


    8:30 - 11:00 a.m.

    [continental breakfast provided]


    Location:


    KMTG's Sacramento Office

    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor

    Sacramento, CA 95814



    Parking in the Wells Fargo Building will be validated


    Hosted By:

    This complimentary seminar is hosted by KMTG’s Education and Finance attorneys

    Seminar Agenda:

    • Sale of surplus property – pitfalls and opportunities
    • School district reorganizations – how to create a win-win situation for all involved
    • Environmental hot topics – what to do with underground storage tanks
    • Finance matters – Build America Bonds and QSCB overview and discussion
    • Discussion of new facility and finance legislation

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Who Should Attend:

    Facility Administrators, Chief Business Officials, Superintendents

    Registration Deadline:

    Tuesday, March 23, 2010. For more information and
    to register, please contact Kristy Garza at 916.321.4500 or KGarza@kmtg.com

    11.29.2007

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    Speaking Engagement

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    California Council of School Attorneys and the County Counsel’s Association 2007 Joint Annual Workshop

    Date:


    November 29-30, 2007


    Location:


    San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina

    San Diego, CA


    MCLE Credit:


    9.25 Total

    (includes 1 hour of Substance Abuse)


    KMTG Education Attorneys Are Pleased To Speak At This Years Workshop

    [SPEAKERS]

    Thursday, November 29, 2007

    8:45 – 9:00 a.m.: "Welcoming Remarks"
    Presented by: CCSA President Roman J. Munoz

    1:15 – 2:45 p.m.: "English Learner Certification"
    Presented by: Diana D. Halpenny

    Friday, November 30, 2007

    8:45 – 9:00 a.m.: "Welcoming Remarks"
    Presented by: CCSA President Roman J. Munoz

    10:00 – 11:00 a.m.: "Facilities – Property Transactions"
    Presented by: Constantine C. Baranoff and P. Addison Covert

    03.16.2007

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    Kronick Workshop

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    School Facilities & Finance: Charting the Course for Your District in 2007

    Date:


    Friday, March 16, 2007


    Time:


    9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


    Location:


    Butte County Office of Education (Board Room)

    1859 Bird Street

    Oroville, CA 95965


    Cost:


    No cost to attendees


    Agenda:

    • An Overview of Debt Financing Techniques for School Districts
    • Update on "Hot" Facilities/Construction Topics Including Lease-leaseback; "Piggyback" Bidding; and Mitigation Agreements with Developers
    • Questions and Answers

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Who Should Attend:

    School board members, superintendents, school business administrators, facility planners, construction managers and other administrative personnel responsible for making and implementing facilities and finance-related decisions for school districts should attend this in-service.

    Registration:

    Please register using our online registration form or call our registration line at 916.321-4525

    12.14.2006

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    Kronick Breakfast Seminar

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    2006 School Facilities & Finance Year in Review: Charting the Course for Your District in 2007

    Date:


    Thursday, December 14, 2007


    Registration & Breakfast:


    7:30 - 8:30 a.m.


    Program:


    8:30 - 11:00 a.m.


    Location:


    Holiday Inn Sacramento

    300 "J" Street

    Sacramento, CA


    Cost:


    $60 per person

    Includes breakfast and printed materials


    Parking:


    Parking is available in the city lot adjacent to the Holiday Inn. Four hours of complimentary parking available to all attendees. Bring your ticket to the seminar for validation


    Seminar Agenda:

    • Impacts of November 7, 2006 Statewide Election and New Legislation
    • Update on Other Legislative Changes and Legal Developments
    • New Law and Developments Impacting Sale and Marketing of Local School Bonds

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Who Should Attend:

    School board members, superintendents, school business administrators, facility planners, construction managers and other administrative personnel responsible for making and implementing facilities and finance-related decisions for school districts should attend this seminar.

    Registration:

    Use our online registration form or call our KBK registration line at 916.321.4216. You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
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