"The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday on cities facing severe financial crises and turning to outsourcing of everything from custodial work to policing. "After years of whittling staff and cutting back on services, towns and cities are now outsourcing some of the most basic functions of local government, from policing to trash collection. Services that cities can no longer afford to provide are being contracted to private vendors, counties or even neighboring towns"


07/20/2010 14:19

Interesting article. These are tough issues that more and more towns are grappling with these days.

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