CHICAGO — Local units of government in Michigan grappling with falling revenue from state aid and local property tax collections will soon have a place to turn for help in undertaking cost-saving consolidation efforts.

The Michigan Municipal League Foundation has partnered with the state and other local government associations to launch a program funded with $350,000 of state money. Local governments can use the money to hire consultants to advise on sharing services.

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