Brainerd, Baxter sharing inspector services
For the past few years, cities looking to cut budgets have been struggling with to maintain the level of services residents expect.
For Brainerd and Baxter, that led to the signing of a service sharing agreement in July that would allow the cities to share staff and expertise as needed. The idea behind the agreement was in light of layoffs in both cities, there was a need to stay functional in case of sickness or vacation time by employees.
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