BROOKFIELD, WI, September 11, 2013 - Ehlers is pleased to announce that Jon Cameron has joined the company as a financial advisor in the firm's Brookfield, WI office. Jon will provide financial advisory services to Wisconsin cities, villages, towns and special districts with an added emphasis on utility rate studies, utility financial planning, and State Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water Loan programs. Jon will also complete utility rate studies and utility financial planning for municipalities in Illinois.
Jon has worked in the field of municipal consulting since 2005. He began his consulting career as an Economic Consultant with the Municipal Economics and Planning Division of Ruekert-Mielke, and later helped found Trilogy Consulting LLC as a Principal and Senior Consultant. Jon excels at developing solutions to issues faced by local governments and utilities in a fair and equitable manner.
As a consultant he has performed numerous cost-of-service water and sewer rate studies, long range capital improvement plans, specialized economic feasibility studies, storm water utility rate feasibility and update studies, impact fee studies, shared service studies, tax incremental finance project plans and amendments, and Clean and Safe Drinking Water Fund Loans and grant applications for many municipal projects. Jon has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Master of Public Administration, both from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Jon is a member of the Wisconsin City/County Management Association and the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Waterworks Association.
Todd Taves, Principal and Senior Financial Advisor said "Jon brings a wealth of experience in numerous service disciplines and we are excited to add him to our team. In particular his experience working with utilities on cost-of-service rate studies and long range capital improvement planning enhances the level of service we are able to offer to our client communities."
Please contact Jon Cameron at (262) 796-6179 to discuss how Ehlers can assist your community with its debt issuance, economic development and financial planning needs.