Friday, November 30, 2007 at 8:45 AM
This week on WCPN, we've been raising questions about the status of regional cooperation, including the somewhat radical approach of possibly merging local governments and public services. This morning, Rick Jackson recaps what local experts in and outside government say about lessons learned from another city which took the merger plunge in 2003: Louisville, Kentucky. The discussion aired last night on on the ideas program on our sister station WVIZ.
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