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The merger of the Greenfield Health Department and the West Allis Health Department has been approved by both cities’ common councils, leading to the formation of the new Southwest Suburban Health Department. This union will provide a unified entity that delivers more efficient and comprehensive public health services to the communities of West Allis and Greenfield.

Funding for the department will come from both cities as well as state health grants, with operations being overseen by a joint board of health. The Southwest Suburban Health Department will operate under an intergovernmental agreement for a five-year term, with its goal being to deliver a more strategic and effective approach to meeting the needs of residents in these communities.

Mayor Dan Devine of West Allis highlighted the long-standing collaboration between the two departments, emphasizing the benefits of formalizing their mutual approach through this merger. Mayor Michael Neitzke of Greenfield echoed these sentiments, mentioning that it will allow for a more streamlined and focused delivery of community and environmental health services to all residents.

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