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November 29, 2009

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SJM

This type of consolidation has to be considered in light of the revenue picture and the prospects for the state taking even more of cities revenues. I just don't believe any city or county can grow its way out of trouble in this economy and this state.

Joe

The lasted chapter of the police merger talks took place last night and is described here: http://www.smdailyjournal.com/article_preview.php?id=157966&title=Step%20forward%20for%20shared%20police%20records,%20dispatch

The bottom line is dispatch and records yes, full force merger, no. The Journal sort of missed the main point which was a full merger would mean closing the Bgame station and the council found that unacceptable.

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