Some articles on consolidated city, consolidated, city:
... In seven consolidated city–county governments In the United States, the formerly independent incorporated places maintain some governmental powers ... which the Bureau of the Census calls "consolidated cities", statistics are recorded both for the entire consolidated government and for the component ... A part of the consolidated government is called the "balance", which the Census Bureau defines as "the consolidated city minus the semi-independent ...
... retain separate governments) Baton Rouge and East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana (City of Baton Rouge retains separate city limits, and official census population only includes this area) Camden ... Five cities in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia were formed by the consolidation of a city with a county Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, and Virginia ... However, in each case an independent city was created and as such they are not consolidated city-counties ...
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