Saturday, June 15, 2013

Manager of the 'City That Outsourced Everything' Says Privatization Can Help Michigan

This is the way is used to be.  Looks like we may be headed this way again.
When Sandy Springs, Ga., became the "city that outsourced everything" in 2005, it did it out of necessity.

Today, the town of about 100,000 residents has great roads, a state of the art traffic system, award-winning parks, and has funded major capital improvements every year without once raising taxes. 
Here is the link to a video where Oliver Porter who was the interim City Manager of Sandy Springs when it became a city, speaks before the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. This video is really worth the watching.

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