Chamber of Commerce officials are working to study whether or not a Super City is in the Twin Cities best interest. As Texarkana, Texas, moves closer to the hiring of a new city manager, Dr. Larry Sullivan; Texarkana, Arkansas, is still without one. "This is really going to be a labor of love for Dr. Sullivan, it is a win for the city that we get somebody that really has the skills to get the job done, "said city council member, Brent Stewart. Knowing the daunting task of hiring these positions, Chamber officials have announced theyll spearhead a study group to look at the potential impact of combining the cities services, For example: one police chief or even a super city manager. KTAL tried to contact Chamber President, Jeff Sandford, he was out of the office. Another Chamber official, Jerry Sparks calls the planning for the study very preliminary. "Both sides are without a city manager, we are without a police chief, it is just the right time to investigate these endeavors and see if we cant make it work." Texarkana, Texas, Mayor James Bramlett says the study is a great idea and he can see where Texarkana could benefit from joining forces. "We consider it as one community anyway, we go to church together, we work together on both sides, It would bring benefits long-term to being a Super City." If Texarkana does end up joining forces in the future it could be the only Super Bi-City in the country. The next step in the process is deciding who will make up the study group.