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April 1, 2010

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Mike Shea is the Republican political consultant who was the chief strategist of the Louisville/Jefferson County merger in 2003, which was the largest city-county merger in thirty years. On this episode of Smart City, Mike offers insight from his experience and advice for regions pursuing consolidation, telling us why, in his view, consolidation produces smaller government, greater efficiencies and less competition for resources among jurisdictions.

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