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Mayoral Control -- What Happens Next?

By Alexander Russo — March 27, 2007 1 min read

To me, the most interesting point made in this impressive USA Today roundup of mayoral control from last week (More mayors move to take over schools) is the reminder that mayoral control has risen during a time of unusual mayoral longevity. What happens in places like Chicago and Boston and New York when City Hall isn’t occupied by the same person for a long period of time? It’s a good, though not immediate, question.

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