3 IL Cities Building Shared Services Agreement
Oswego, Yorkville and Montgomery plan to share some services in the future
By Linda Girardi
Oswego trustees have formally approved a resolution that recognizes “the value of coordination” with neighboring Yorkville and Montgomery.
The three Fox River towns have been working on a shared services study led by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning that analyzed and ultimately recommends ways to improve the delivery of service to residents.
The document, a year in the making, recommends the coordination of such areas as the expertise of staff and joint agreements for services or purchases.
The resolution Oswego approved formally accepts the Lower Fox River Partnering Initiative Shared Services Study.
“The study has gone before the boards in Montgomery and Yorkville,” said Christina Burns, Oswego assistant administrator.
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