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Community leader Dave Letele calls for Auckland mayor Wayne Brown to resign after ‘absolute disgrace’ of response

Auckland Emergency Management 8 am update. Video / NZ Herald Community advocate Dave Letele is calling for the Auckland mayor to resign, saying his lack of leadership and response during the weekend’s emergency event has been an “absolute disgrace”. “You can’t keep blaming advisers. At the end of the day, you’re the leader. You set […]

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Alabama

Republicans hope Ledbetter, Stadthagen bring new conservative leadership to the Alabama House | News | #elections | #alabama

So the Alabama general elections are behind us, and new lawmakers are being sworn in to serve in the Alabama House of Representatives and Senate. There will be 31 freshmen in the House and six in the Senate. In addition, Republicans recently elected new leadership that will take over when they convene in 2023. With […]

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Alabama

Republicans Hope Ledbetter, Stadthagen will bring new Conservative Leadership to the Alabama House of Representatives | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

So the Alabama general elections are behind us and new lawmakers are being sworn in to serve in the Alabama House of Representatives and Senate. There will be 31 freshman in the House and six in the Senate. In addition, this past week Republicans elected new leadership that will take over when they convene in […]

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Mayor

Anderson, Carlson, DeWitte, Kaus seek North Mankato mayor seat | Local News

NORTH MANKATO — None of the four candidates running for the open North Mankato mayor’s seat have any major beef with the way the city operates or with the outgoing mayor or City Council members. Criticism that is raised often focuses on the reign of former City Administrator John Harrenstein, who left in July for […]

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City Council

Gurrola endorsed by Stowe in city council race | Photos | #citycouncil

On sweltering Thursday evening, Porterville Councilmember Milt Stowe announced his support for Jason Gurrola on the steps of Downtown Realty, to the delight of the Gurrola family, extended family, friends and community members. Gurrola is running to represent District 2 on the City Council against Greg Meister. Stowe, who currently represents District 2, isn’t running […]

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City Council

Omaha City Council approves contract with National League of Cities Race, Equity and Leadership team | #citycouncil

Omaha’s City Council approved a contract Tuesday with the National League of Cities Race, Equity and Leadership team, for training for city employees. Keith Station is deputy chief of staff in Mayor Jean Stothert’s office and leader of Omaha’s diversity, equity and inclusion strategy. “This is a good thing, a reason to celebrate really, even […]

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Alabama

State Legislature will Remain Super Majority Republican | Columns | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

The Alabama Legislature will remain super majority Republican for the next quadrennium. As the dust settles from the May/June party primaries, there have been negligible if any party changes. There has been some shuffling on the deck of the GOP boat, but it has all been intraparty struggles. By and large, both the House of […]

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Mayor

Mayor Ken Welch gets schooled at Bloomberg Harvard program for mayors

School may be out for summer, but it just began for St. Pete Mayor Ken Welch. Driving the news: Welch just returned from a four-day workshop in New York City as part of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative. He’s one of 40 mayors from around the world selected to participate in the yearlong leadership […]

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Alabama

State Legislature will remain super-majority Republican | Columnists | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

The Alabama Legislature will remain super-majority Republican for the next quadrennium. As the dust settles from the May/June party primaries, there have been negligible if any party changes. There has been some shuffling on the deck of the GOP boat, but it has all been intraparty struggles. By and large, both the House of Representatives […]

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Arkansas

Its Finances Dire, This Arkansas University Will Lay Off 44 Tenured Faculty Members

A public four-year college in Arkansas plans to cut 25 degree programs and lay off 67 faculty members, 44 of them tenured, to help stabilize its finances. Officials at Henderson State University, in Arkadelphia, Ark., shared the proposal on Monday, along with a letter from the chancellor, Chuck Ambrose. The plan followed years of financial […]

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