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Meaningful Services and Proper Oversight: Two Common-Sense Annexation Reforms

Daren Bakst
Feb. 12th, 2009
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Even those commission members who would have wanted a proper definition of “meaningful services” had to oppose the weak definition provided to them by the legislative staff. The chair prohibited commission members from amending the definition. The recommendation was so weak that it would have allowed municipalities forcibly to annex areas without providing water and sewer service.

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