October 26, 2018

A Local Transportation Finance Breakdown

This presentation is sponsored by ITS-Davis’ partnership with the Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center.

Time

1:40pm - 3:00pm

Location

1605 Tilia, Room 1103, West Village

Speaker(s)

Michael Coleman, Fiscal Policy Advisor, League of California Cities, CSMFO

Abstract

Join us for this in depth look at the complex web of California state and local transportation funding, taxes, tools, fees and other charges; where we’ve been and where we are going; and municipal financial health and its effect on transportation funding.

Biographical Sketch

Michael Coleman is a leading expert on California local government revenues, spending and financing. He is the creator of CaliforniaCityFinance.com, the California Local Government Finance Almanac, an online resource of data, analyses and articles on California municipal finance and budgeting. He is the principal fiscal policy advisor both to the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers (CSMFO) and, for over twenty years, to the League of California Cities. Coleman is a popular presenter at graduate schools and conferences and is the author of numerous articles and references including the California Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook, and – as co-author with Mike Multari, Ken Hampian and Bill Statler – the Guide to Local Government Finance in California published by Solano Press.

An experienced city fiscal officer, Michael previously worked for the cities of San Mateo, Milpitas, Daly City and Sacramento. He received his BA in Policy Analysis from UC Davis and his MPA from the University of Southern California, and is a graduate of the Coro Fellows Program. In February 2013, the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers honored Michael with their Distinguished Service Award for dedicated service and outstanding contribution to the municipal finance profession.