The Local Government Center of UW-Extension published this collection of case studies in 2003. The study contains the following sections:

Section 1:

  • Introduction to the studies
  • Common themes from the studies
  • Best practices and lessons learned
  • Financial lessons learned
  • Frequently asked questions regarding municipal mergers
  • Better incentives needed to promote future service cooperation
  • Where to find more information on municipal functional consolidation

Section 2:

  • Black Earth and Mazomanie Wastewater Plant
  • Brown County Police Contracting Program with Howard and Allouez
  • Fox Cities Economic Development Partnership
  • Kimberly and Little Chute Library Merger
  • Kimberly and Little Chute Police Merger
  • North Shore Fire District Compact
  • Pewaukee Village and City Park and Recreation Department
  • Rib Lake Area Recycling Commission
  • Taylor County Recycling Authority

    Section 3:

  • Appendix A—Financing formula, North Shore Fire District agreement
  • Appendix B—Governing board, Kimberly-Little Chute library
  • Appendix C—Fiscal agent, North Shore Fire district
  • Appendix D— Assets appraisal, North Shore Fire District
  • Appendix E—Dissolution language, Village and former Town (now City) of Pewaukee
  • Appendix F—Cooling-off period, North Shore Fire District

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Nate Chinn
# Nate Chinn
Thursday, July 12, 2018 2:42 AM
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