Two judgments of our appellate courts move me to add my voice
to the debates on essential services. Another catalyst for this article is
the Essential Services Committee (ESC) conference at which I presented
some of my ideas and learned of the obstacles to concluding
minimum service agreements (MSAs). Furthermore, 15 years under
our new essential services regime is time for reflection to preserve
and improve what works and to fix what does not.
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