Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Boone County’s Ken Terrinoni Celebrated for Presenting at Upcoming CPBB “Summit of Leading Practices” Conference

Boone County Administrator Ken Terrinoni will be in the nation’s capital July 9-10 to talk about finances during the Center for Priority Based Budgeting 2013 “Summit of Leading Practices” Annual Conference, as recently reported by the Belvidere Daily Republican.

Terrinoni will be part of a “User Group Experience” Panel Discussion with representatives from communities as diverse as Douglas County, NV, Wheat Ridge, CO, Cincinnati, OH, Walnut Creek, CA, Lakeland, FL and Tualatin, OR, to present their thoughts and experiences on Fiscal Health and Priority Based Budgeting from their actual experiences as local government experts.

You work with someone every day and people sometimes don’t realize how well thought of they are with other professionals who know them,’’ County Board Chairman Bob Walberg said. “We are very proud to have Ken attend this educational event as a presenter.

Previously, he was a presenter at the United Counties Council of Illinois’ educational events in July 2012 and January 2013.

This shows how Ken is well respected in his professional circles to be asked to be part of a program like this event,” Chairman Walberg said.

In material about the conference, Boone County was referred to as a “stunning illustration of how the principals of Fiscal Health can be used to strengthen a community’s bond rating – a ‘Holy Grail’ of sorts, in terms of using the principles in the most effective way possible.” 

Bob O’Neill wrote a story for Governing Magazine, entitled “Excelling in Times of Fiscal Distress,” which commended Boone County and the quality of its fiscal health.Most of us can articulate the early-warning signs that preceded the current economic downturn: Global forces that dramatically changed the local, state and federal playing fields,” he wrote. “Skyrocketing fuel costs. A failing housing market … property tax limitations. Yet, many of us failed to correctly interpret these early-warning in relation to their impact on our government organizations.”

We are so pleased to have Ken Terrinoni join the deeply talented, well respected and wildly enthusiastic group of speakers and local government experts at the 2013 CPBB Annual Conference.

To learn more about Fiscal Health and Priority Based Budgeting from CPBB and the nation's leading local government practitioners, be sure to attend the upcoming... 

Center for Priority Based Budgeting 2013 Annual Conference


"A Summit of Leading Practices"

July 9 & 10, 2013  Arlington, Virginia   Hilton Crystal City Hotel




Brought to you by the Center for Priority Based Budgeting (CPBB) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), in partnership with the Alliance for Innovation (AFI).


The 2013 "Summit of Leading Practices" is the ONLY conference where ICMA's Leading Practices for Local Government Management come together under one roof. 

The 2013 CPBB "Summit of Leading Practices" Annual Conference is strongly supported by 
Quartile 1 sponsor SAFEbuilt, Quartile 2 sponsor ClearPoint, Supporting Sponsor Beehive Industries and Exhibitors OpenGov and Revelstone Labs. Thank you sponsors!

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