SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - The city of Sheboygan needs to reduce the size of its city council and cut back on the number of standing committees. Those are just two of the recommendations coming out of an efficiency study of city government done by the U-W Whitewater. The final report was presented Monday night to the city council. It also recommends privatizing some services, such as garbage collection and recycling, and increasing fees for some city services. The study also included a citizen survey, which found that most residents rate Sheboygan as a good place to live. However, streets and sidewalks need more maintenance. The study also found there is only limited support for privatizing services. The study was commissioned last February at a cost of $18,000.
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