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Berkadia expands with Milwaukee office

Berkadia today has expanded its Midwest footprint with the opening of its newest office in Milwaukee. Industry veterans Mark Dellonte and Amy Barry (a native of Shorewood, Wisconsin), the team’s Senior Managing Director and Director of Operations, respectively, will be based at the new Berkadia branch office in the Historic Third Ward of Milwaukee.

The new office’s address is 342 N. Water St., Suite 600, in Milwaukee.

“After a strong year in 2018, we are continually looking for ways to strategically expand our mortgage banking platform, aimed at providing best-in-class service in every major market across the company,” said Hilary Provinse, Berkadia’s executive vice president and head of mortgage banking, in a statement. “Welcoming Mark and Amy furthers our progress towards that goal, bolstering our team in the Midwest region and expanding our national FHA/HUD presence.”

Dellonte brings nearly three decades of commercial real estate experience to Berkadia. He will report to Steve Ervin, senior vice president and head of HUD, and will be responsible for enhancing Berkadia’s overall offerings and capabilities, including FHA/HUD financing in the Wisconsin markets and Midwest region. Prior to Berkadia, Dellonte served as President and CEO of Love Funding Corporation. Under his leadership, the company became one of the top 10 FHA commercial lenders in the country.

The Niskanen Center: Climate Change Chameleons

“The most important thing you’ve done right,” Taylor concluded, “is to elevate climate change to the top of the progressive agenda while making a strong moral case for action.”

A moral case for action? Never mind the blatant socialism behind the Green New Deal; Taylor’s response amounts to asking radicals just to “tone it down a bit.” (Recall that besides writing the Green New Deal, Ocasio-Cortez also recently claimed that the “ world will end in 12 years ” if global warming isn’t addressed.)

But perhaps Taylor’s right to appeal to the Left. After all, efforts to institute global warming legislation—such as the 2009 Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill and Rep. Carlos Curbelo’s (R-FL) 2018 carbon tax bill —have essentially been Democratic efforts, garnering only minority support from congressional Republicans.

Far from encouraging a wave of Niskanen-like climate change conservatives, those efforts have arguably had the opposite effect on the GOP. Just five months before the 2018 midterms, for instance, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) introduced a resolution “expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be detrimental to the United States economy.” His anti-carbon tax resolution passed 229-180; only 6 Republicans voted against it.

Why do liberal s Love a Wall Street hedge fund billionaire like George Soros but hate the Koch brothers?

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