‘How Long Before Regionalization Is Rebranded as a Suburban Bailout?”

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Last evening following the city council meeting, a friend suggested that one way to minimize the the hospital’s effects on city infrastructure, i.e., as a non-profit paying no property taxes and thus not contributing to the cost of city services, would be to have unified city-county government.

This article explains why I disagree with my friend’s position.

How Long Before Regionalization Is Rebranded as a Suburban Bailout?

Back in January Strong Towns ran a great piece by Nathaniel Hood called “This isn’t an annexation – it’s a bailout.”  It’s a short story about a town in Minnesota that’s about to annex a small 1960’s subdivision that somehow remained in incorporated territory for many years.

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