In recent years, local industries faced stiff competition, and great pressure to get big, or sell out. Many closed or lost their local ties, and some transformed to meet the new demands. While the cities turned down an opportunity to consolidate, they have merged their fire departments. A series of public/private partnerships led to a new industrial park, and revitalized downtown areas.
Aired: 07/31/17Video has closed captioning.
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