All about public-private partnerships (PPP) and military rank waterfalls by an Atlanta and K Street lawyer at the 13 August 2013 Lowndes County Commission Regular Session. about REZ-2013-09, introduced by local lawyer Tom Kurrie to answer a question by Commissioner John Page.
G. Scott Rafshoon has a diverse legal practice that includes corporate law, government affairs and project finance. Combining these disciplines, Mr. Rafshoon is a leader in the Firm’s public-private partnership (“P3”) practice….
Manages the Firm’s representation of Balfour Beatty Communities, a subsidiary of Balfour Beatty plc, in the privatization of family and unaccompanied personnel housing at military installations around the country. To-date, Mr. Rafshoon has assisted Balfour Beatty with privatizing facilities at 48 Army, Navy and Air Force installations in 23 states and the District of Columbia, in separate transactions valued at more than $4 billion.
This is apparently the same “Scott” who spoke at the Planning Commission about a “12-rung waterfall” down military ranks for precedence at this proposed housing, only after which could locals apply.
Rafshoon said he was pleased that after many years he was pleased to have one of these PPPs in his home state. He proceeded to describe the waterfall again.
He gave a non-answer to Commissioner Page’s question saying since he didn’t know what would happen to Moody he couldn’t say what would happen to the development. Page said that did answer his question. I don’t know what part of that was an answer.
Here’s the video:
Sinkholes at proposed Moody Family Housing? –Scott Rafshoon
Regular Session, Lowndes County Commission (LCC),
Video by Gretchen Quarterman for Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange (LAKE),
Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, 13 August 2013.