How local government in the county will shape up in the future are the subject of documents now released by local authorities.
The leader of Corby Borough Council says proposals they and other authorities have been working on about the future of Northamptonshire's local government "have not been entered into with any enthusiasm".
It says two unitary authorities - one to cover areas including Corby - are the most appropriate way forward.
It's all happening after government-appointed inspectors reported earlier this year on the severe financial difficulties impacting the county council - which they have recommended needs to be scrapped.
NCC are in the process of reducing funding by £70m in this financial year - which means cuts to many services.