Principal Consultant, Water Rate & Regulatory
Ms. Lemoine’s experience encompasses a diverse range of financial, engineering and economic studies for wastewater, water and storm water utilities.
Pam has extensive experience in the conduct of strategic financial planning studies, cost of service and rate design studies, as well as financial capability analyses and affordability assessments associated with long-term control plan development required as a result of federal consent decrees. She has assisted utilities in developing strategies to address affordability in negotiations with regulators. Ms. Lemoine also has assisted in the development of storm water utilities, including policy development, financial planning, rate and credit program design, and implementation, thus providing clients with a stable source of revenue to fund necessary storm water activities as required by National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits and other wet weather-related issues.
Ms. Lemoine’s experience also includes the development of policies that address a utility’s objectives while meeting customers’ needs. She also has developed performance measures to allow utilities to better track efficiency and level of achievement of established goals and objectives. She is also experienced in the determination of the economic feasibility of proposed projects or property as well as major expansions to projects. She regularly presents utility issues and study results to city councils, board of commissioners and other stakeholders.