Government consolidation commission to ask for more time
A state commission to examine consolidating some of the state’s 7,000 units of government plans to ask for more time to develop its report.
The Local Government Consolidation Commission likely will ask during the fall veto session that its Dec. 31 deadline be pushed back. The reasons, chairman Jack Franks said, are the long delay in appointments to the commission and the wealth of information it is taking in now that it is meeting.
“We’re talking to ask the General Assembly to give us more time to go to September ,” said Franks, D-Marengo. “We’re talking to others who have gone through this so we can have some good recommendations.”
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