I know of some municipalities that helped turned utilities into coops but I don't see why you'd want to use an economic system (coops) to run a political/administrative body. If you are familiar with Rojava than I'm sure you're familiar with their administrative units. And hopefully also familiar with Bookchin. Councils, assemblies, congresses are much better for bringing various stakeholders into conv and decision making than coops


"Despite their poor record as a force for social change, cooperatives still hold an appeal for many well intentioned people, who continue to look to them as a viable alternative to capitalism. Although cooperation is unquestionably a necessary part of the solution, cooperatives by themselves are insufficient to challenge the capitalist system.”  – Murray Bookchin
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