A plan to create a streamlined building permitting office in Cincinnati has been put on hold indefinitely as a court case over rules for sewer projects plunges relations between Hamilton County and the city to a "new low," Cincinnati.com reports. The effort is among several collaborations across Ohio to have developed as a result of Gov. John Kasich's push for local governments to "save money and serve consumers better" by consolidating and collaborating on services. Although the city and county created a committee to help share services, the county approved the agreed-upon $100,000 for the effort, while the city never did. For more, read the full story.