Ehlers, Inc.

Greg Crowe, CIPMA

Greg Crowe, CIPMA

Senior Municipal Advisor/Principal

(651) 697-8522
gcrowe@ehlers-inc.com
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Greg joined Ehlers as a Municipal Advisor in 2012. Prior to joining Ehlers, Greg worked for 19 years as a Fiscal Analyst at the Minnesota House of Representatives, also serving two of those years as co-controller of House operations. For most of that time he specialized in education finance, including working on the original statutory language for much of the education finance system in Minnesota. One of Greg’s greatest contributions to Ehlers clients is his depth of knowledge about school finance, laws and rules about school finance, and the legislative process. Greg is the Principal of the Ehlers’ Minnesota Education Team.

Areas of Expertise

Debt Planning and Issuance

  • Analysis & Presentation of Alternative Financing Options, Plans And Tools
  • Property Tax Impact Analysis
  • Preparation of Information for Publication and Presentation
  • Voter-Approved Building Bonds
  • Maximum Effort Capital Loans
  • Alternative Facilities Bonds
  • Capital Facilities Bonds
  • Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB’s)
  • Cash Flow Borrowing
  • Refundings
  • Lease Purchases

Operating Referendum Planning and Assistance

Capital Projects Levy Assistance

Truth in Taxation Hearing Presentations

TIF and Abatement Analysis

Assistance with Legislative Initiatives

Lease Levy Approval

Long-Term Financial Planning and Capital Improvement Planning

Licenses and Certifications

  • Series 50 License
  • Certified Independent Professional Municipal Advisor (CIPMA) by the National Association of Municipal Advisors (NAMA)

Professional Memberships

  • Minnesota Association of School Business Officials
  • Minnesota Association of School Administrators
  • Minnesota School Boards Association

Education

  • Bachelor of Science (Government) Magna Cum Laude, St. John’s University
  • Masters of Arts (Public Affairs) University of Minnesota – Humphrey School of Public Affairs

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