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Colloquial name adopted by the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, to describe its consolidated city–county government. Wikipedia
28-story building at 200 East Washington Street in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, that houses the offices of the consolidated city-county government of Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana, known as Unigov. The building opened in 1962 after two years of construction, at a cost of $22 million. Wikipedia
- The consolidated government, known as Unigov, was formally established in 1970 upon the merger of the city government with the county government.
- Under the mayoral administration of Richard Lugar, the city and county governments restructured, consolidating most public services into a new entity called Unigov.
- The city of Indianapolis took over public transportation in 1975 and established the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation to administer bus services.
- In 1969, Indianapolis and Marion County adopted a unified government structure known as Unigov.
- Marion County has a consolidated city-county government, known as Unigov, in which only four municipalities retain full government autonomy (including a mayor and city council) as "excluded cities".
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