Merging stuck in Toledo

Saturday, April 23, 2005

There's a couple of paths to better regional collaboration. The first path stresses consolidation and mergers. The second focuses on collaboration and alignment.

The first path is logical and appealing, especially to business managers who dislike the ambiguity of politics. There's only one problem: Mergers are politically tough to pull off. The way our system is set up, a committed minority can often frustrate the will of the majority.

Here's a good example from Toledo. Read more

posted by Ed Morrison |

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