Regionalism in Pennsylvania: Is Bigger Always Better?

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Regionalism in Pennsylvania: Is Bigger Always Better?

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Description

This program provides an overview of how Pennsylvania developed its system of local government. Local officials present stories of achievement and lessons learned from specific examples of regional cooperation to identify the principles that will be the foundation for future success.

Panelists: Ronald Bailey, executive director, Chester County Planning Commission; Elam Herr, assistant executive director, Penn State Assoc. of Twp. Supervisors; Steve Kusheloff, manager, public information, SEDA-COG; and Kirk Stoner (moderator), director of planning, Cumberland County.

Publication Date

10-15-2014

Keywords

Regionalism in Pennsylvania, local government, regional cooperation, planning

Disciplines

Public Administration | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

Regionalism in Pennsylvania: Is Bigger Always Better?
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