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Black families fight for California Gold Country land taken from their ancestors

COLOMA — In a tiny town where the California gold rush began, Black families are seeking restitution for land that was taken from their ancestors to make way for a state park now frequented by fourth graders learning about the state’s history. Their efforts in Coloma, a town of around 300 people that’s located about […]

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City Council

EDITORIAL: City Council should not annex Amara | Editorials | #citycouncil

The Colorado Springs City Council faces a pivotal moment Tuesday that requires a commitment to conservative principles of prudence, fiscal responsibility and safeguarding the long-term welfare of our community. The proposed annexation of Amara — a 3,000-acre tract southeast of and noncontiguous with the city — demands scrutiny for its financial implications and alignment with […]

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California

In a California gold rush town, some Black families are fighting for stolen land

COLOMA, Calif. (AP) — In a tiny town where the California gold rush began, Black families are seeking restitution for land that was taken from their ancestors to make way for a state park now frequented by fourth graders learning about the state’s history. Their efforts in Coloma, a town of around 300 people that’s […]

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City Council

Female-majority cabinet to rule Derby City Council | #citycouncil

Image source, Nadine Peatfield Image caption, Council leader Nadine Peatfield believes it is a first for the council Article information Author, Nigel Slater Role, Local Democracy Reporting Service 3 hours ago Derby council’s leader Nadine Peatfield has named a new female-majority cabinet that may be a first for the city. The reshuffle comes after councillors […]

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City Council Presents Resolution in Memory of Former Mayor King | #citycouncil

July 20, 2024 Andrew Stevens During the July 15 Goldsboro City Council meeting, the City Council presented a resolution in memory of former Goldsboro Mayor Al King, who passed away on July 2. Mayor King served from 2002 through 2015. His wife Juanita and daughter Alison were among the family members present […]

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California

California Dem Who Repeatedly Accused Republicans of Trying To Destroy Democracy Calls for National Unity

Practice ‘loving your neighbor,’ Will Rollins says after claiming his opponent will ‘do anything to tear down our democracy’ Will Rollins (@WillRollinsCA/X) California Democrat Will Rollins recently wrote that “loving your neighbor” shouldn’t depend on politics, but the congressional candidate has called Republicans and his opponent, Rep. Ken Calvert (R., Calif.), “extremists” who want to […]

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City Council

Baseball fans react to city council vote | #citycouncil

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — While both Rays and Yankees fans watched Saturday’s away game at Ferg’s, St. Pete resident Terrence Anderson is excited a new stadium may be coming and hopes it brings more people to games. What You Need To Know St. Petersburg City Council members voted 5-3 to help fund the $6.5 billion project […]

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City Council Members Still Mum on Assassination Attempt | #citycouncil

Image of girl zipping lips | Image by Mix and Match Studio/Shutterstock; Dallas City Logo | Image by City of Dallas – City Hall/Facebook It has been one week since former President Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt, and Dallas City Council members still have not commented about the incident. Another recent review of each […]

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City council to discuss leadership changes within ODC | #citycouncil

Odessa City Hall, 411 W 8th Street. (OA File Photo) The Odessa City Council will consider making leadership changes within the Odessa Development Corporation during its regular city council meeting Tuesday night. Although no details were included within the materials provided to all of the council members, their agenda says they will discuss and consider […]

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Some Minneapolis workers are getting big raises. Will they all? | #citycouncil

Police union: 21.7% raise by July 2025. Public works Laborers Union: 30% raise by January 2026 Who’s next — and is this sustainable? The two eyebrow-raising raises are among the largest to come out of recent labor negotiations between the city of Minneapolis and unions that represent the bulk of the city’s roughly 4,000 employees. […]

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