Services may be provided through a variety of ways, ranging from formal, conventional city utility agencies to non-formal, unconventional alternative providers; from large-scale citywide provision to individual self-provision. All have a useful role, and each should be encouraged and supported to provide services in face of escalating demands.
Information on each of the providers includes a brief Description, their customary Tasks and Scope, and their Strengths and Weaknesses. Examples are included when available.
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