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This paper answers two questions about assigned readings on city revenue declines and the HASCO case study.
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Intergovernmental Relations The National League of Cities' latest annual survey indicates that thenation's cities are continuing to weaken as a result of the economicdownturn with struggling housing markets slow consumer spending and highunemployment rates Hoene and Pagano p state Nearly nine inten city finance officers report that their cities are less able to meetfiscal needs in than in the previous year This has led to a declinein city revenues and cutbacks in personnel infrastructure investments andkey services It has been proposed that

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