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Medina City Council approves Maple Park pickleball courts | Government | #citycouncil

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Salisbury City Council receives update on downtown dumpster pilot program – Salisbury Post | #citycouncil

Salisbury City Council receives update on downtown dumpster pilot program Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 30, 2024 The dumpster enclosure for the pilot program is located near the heart of downtown Salisbury. Brad Dountz/Salisbury Post. SALISBURY — Assistant Public Works Director Michael Hanna provided the Salisbury City Council with an update on its downtown dumpster […]

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Parkersburg City Council approves alcohol sale permit for fundraiser | News, Sports, Jobs | #citycouncil

Parkersburg Assistant City Attorney Rob Tebay, right, speaks during an Urban Renewal Authority hearing Tuesday in City Council chambers at the Parkersburg Municipal Building as City Planner Connor LaVelle listens. (Photo by Evan Bevins) Parkersburg City Councilwoman Sharon Kuhl, left, asks a question of Nancy Miller, founder and board president for the Amputee Center, prior […]

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Harris-Dawson elected as president of City Council | #citycouncil

Marqueece Harris-Dawson applauded the outcome and thanked his council colleagues for electing him as their new president. (photo courtesy of the city of Los Angeles) The Los Angeles City Council on May 28 elected Marqueece Harris-Dawson, 8th District, as the next council president. Harris-Dawson, who currently serves as president pro tempore and chair of the […]

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$117 million shortfall in Oakland: 2 community groups divided on what should be cut as city council discusses budget | #citycouncil

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) — The Oakland City Council met Wednesday for its first of several sessions to discuss the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Oakland is currently dealing with a $117 million deficit right now, and the deficit is expected to rise over $170 for next year. “We have to worry the budget right […]

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City Council approves funding to repair sidewalks in areas of need | #citycouncil

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — At Tuesday’s Fort Wayne City Council meeting, councilmembers approved funding that will allow the city to make sidewalk repairs in areas that meet certain economic stipulations. Nick Jarrell, the City of Fort Wayne’s Right-of-Way manager, said the funding will allow city officials to make repairs in certain areas based on […]

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8 reasons to pay attention to Thursday’s massive Austin City Council agenda | #citycouncil

AUSTIN (KXAN) — As Austin City Council members head into their summer break, they’ve got a stacked agenda with nearly 200 items to cover. Here’s some of what we’re watching: Addressing mail theft A resolution brought forward by Council Member Paige Ellis could direct the city manager to find ways to educate the public on, […]

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KERA: Arlington City Council considers options to hold bond vote on non-council election years | #citycouncil

Arlington City Council discussed Tuesday afternoon a new bond voting schedule following a change to the city’s charter in 2022. During the work session, council members were presented with two recommended options: a three-year cycle starting in 2025 on non-council election years or a continuance of the current five-year cycle starting in 2026. Councilmembers have […]

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LA City Council aims to fight lung illness impacting some San Fernando Valley workers – Daily News | #citycouncil

A view of Los Angeles City Hall, as reflected on the glass building of the Los Angeles Police Department on 100 W 1st St. on Friday, October 7, 2022. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) LA City Council Supports State Bill Addressing Silicosis In a move to address a lung illness impacting some […]

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City Council President Dan Lewis’ Statement On No Penalty By The State Ethics Commission — City of Albuquerque | #citycouncil

  “On April 3, 2024, I received a letter from the director of New Mexico’s State Ethics Commission asking me to provide information in response to anonymous allegations that I violated the Governmental Conduct Act by accepting a position as the Executive Director of the Asphalt Pavement Association of New Mexico. These anonymous allegations were […]

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