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The Register NorthJersey.com
Teaneck Council reviews proposed 2016 budgetThe Teaneck Council discussed the 2016 municipal budget at a special meeting, h
Teaneck Council reviews proposed 2016 budget
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
The Teaneck Council discussed the 2016 municipal budget at a special meeting, held Feb. 4. Before Township Manager William Broughton presented this year's proposed budget, presentations were made by each department head. Under the $69.14 million... Read more
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Gazette News
Tendring Council puts its share of council tax bills up by £5RESIDENTS in Tendring will see the portion of council tax they pay to the distr
Tendring Council puts its share of council tax bills up by £5
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
RESIDENTS in Tendring will see the portion of council tax they pay to the district council hiked by £5. Tendring Council’s cabinet had originally proposed a 1.99 per cent increase in its share of council tax bills in 2016/7 – the maximum it could... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Council rebuffs Carr on casino cashCouncil voted down Coun. Paul Carr’s recommendation on how to allocate prospect
Council rebuffs Carr on casino cash
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 2 days ago
Council voted down Coun. Paul Carr’s recommendation on how to allocate prospective casino revenue, calling it a premature move before money starts pouring into the city’s purse. Coun. Mike Graham voted against enacting the motion, saying “it’s a... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Reading council tax to go up almost four per centShe explained that the slashed grant from Government was worked out on the basi
Reading council tax to go up almost four per cent
Reading Evening Post / Posted 6 days ago
She explained that the slashed grant from Government was worked out on the basis that councils would be increasing council tax. She said: “Osborne has assumed that all councils will be putting up council tax by nearly four per cent and we are going... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Blame it on 
the moon, or 
incompetence?Blame it on the moon, or incompetence?by Mel Blumenthal, Aspen Daily News Colum
Blame it on 
the moon, or 
incompetence?
Aspen Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
Blame it on the moon, or incompetence?by Mel Blumenthal, Aspen Daily News Columnist Taking a high altitude view of the Roaring Fork Valley over the past few weeks has me wondering whether the lunacy exhibited by some of our elected representatives... Read more
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Northern Echo
Council Cuts: There is no magic pot of money we can dip into, says leader Bill DixonThe past few months have been hard. Council officers and councillors have had t
Council Cuts: There is no magic pot of money we can dip into, says leader Bill Dixon
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
The past few months have been hard. Council officers and councillors have had to come together to make the tough decisions necessary to ensure we can continue to provide the services that we think are most valued by you, our residents. It has been a... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Phoenix City Council Votes To End Public Prayers Before MeetingsWith the prospect of a Satanic prayer at its next meeting, the Phoenix City Cou
Phoenix City Council Votes To End Public Prayers Before Meetings
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 7 days ago
With the prospect of a Satanic prayer at its next meeting, the Phoenix City Council voted on Wednesday night to end public invocations and instead hold a moment of silence. The change will effectively block followers of the Satanic Temple from giving... Read more
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Northern Echo
Bill Dixon: There is no magic pot of money we can dip intoIt has been a real juggling act as the money we get from Government has been fu
Bill Dixon: There is no magic pot of money we can dip into
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
It has been a real juggling act as the money we get from Government has been further reduced by £11 million so our total resources are now £87.4 million. This may sound like a lot of money but once we have provided those services we have to by law,... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Harare’s thriving night time vending It’s 9pm on a Tuesday and the streets of Harare are teeming with vendors disp
Harare’s thriving night time vending
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 7 days ago
It’s 9pm on a Tuesday and the streets of Harare are teeming with vendors displaying their wares on pavements. Some have set up little “supermarkets” selling products that include clothes, bags, groceries, shoes... Read more
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Minot Daily News
#MakeMinot to push passage of charter changes March 1To get a measure on the ballot to reduce the size of the council in June, #Make
#MakeMinot to push passage of charter changes March 1
Minot Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
To get a measure on the ballot to reduce the size of the council in June, #MakeMinot first needs to persuade voters to vote "yes" on home rule charter changes that will be on a special election ballot March 1. The changes create authorization and... Read more
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The Express-Times
Bus depots don't belong in people's homes, condo residents sayRiverport condominium residents implored Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday nigh
Bus depots don't belong in people's homes, condo residents say
The Express-Times / Posted 8 days ago
Riverport condominium residents implored Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday night to not consider creating an intermodal facility outside of their homes. Resident Mike Fegley told council he and his wife moved from the country to Riverport, drawn by... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Harare's Thriving Night Time VendingIt's 9pm on a Tuesday and the streets of Harare are teeming with vendors displa
Harare's Thriving Night Time Vending
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
It's 9pm on a Tuesday and the streets of Harare are teeming with vendors displaying their wares on pavements. Some have set up little "supermarkets" selling products that include clothes, bags, groceries, shoes and vegetables -- goods that one would... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
MV approves ceding properties to Los AltosTo hear Stephen Friedman describe it, his neighborhood of Jardin Drive is like
MV approves ceding properties to Los Altos
Mountain View Voice / Posted 13 days ago
To hear Stephen Friedman describe it, his neighborhood of Jardin Drive is like Mountain View's version of the Bermuda Triangle. For the more than 30 years he's lived there, he's gotten used to having to explain to garbage men, emergency responders... Read more
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Gazette News
Finance boss warns of further cuts to services despite proposed rise in council tax in TendringFINANCE bosses in Tendring have warned further cuts will be made to services in
Finance boss warns of further cuts to services despite proposed rise in council tax in Tendring
Gazette News / Posted 17 days ago
FINANCE bosses in Tendring have warned further cuts will be made to services in coming years – and say the Government is to blame. If approved by the full council next month, it means the average Band D home will pay the district council £150.58... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto to sell development rights to pay for new EcoCenterShaped like a ship that is forever moored in the Palo Alto Baylands, the EcoCen
Palo Alto to sell development rights to pay for new EcoCenter
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 22 days ago
Shaped like a ship that is forever moored in the Palo Alto Baylands, the EcoCenter is a building like no other in Palo Alto. Known in its previous life as the Sea Scout building, the center was successfully rehabilitated and enhanced by the... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Council indicates direction for Ben Wilson improvementVictoria City Council members laid the groundwork Tuesday for a new constructio
Council indicates direction for Ben Wilson improvement
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
Victoria City Council members laid the groundwork Tuesday for a new construction project with the University of Houston-Victoria. In an informal vote, most council members chose to endorse a decision to narrow Ben Wilson Street between East Airline... Read more
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WALB Albany
Residents speak out at Camilla City Council meetingIt was a spirited City Council meeting in Camilla Tuesday night. A lot of peop
Residents speak out at Camilla City Council meeting
WALB Albany / Posted 22 days ago
It was a spirited City Council meeting in Camilla Tuesday night. A lot of people showed up to listen to the city council and new mayor, Rufus Davis talk about their goals for the new year. Residents also had time to express their concerns about... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A shameful and troubling vote from CouncilThe message is clear from San Antonio City Council. Violate the city ethics cod
A shameful and troubling vote from Council
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 24 days ago
The message is clear from San Antonio City Council. Violate the city ethics code? No problem, Mayor Ivy Taylor. We got your back. We’ll just make sure the public never files an ethics complaint. It will be like your past violations never happened.... Read more
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TribLIVE
Panel proposes flat salary for Allegheny County CouncilAllegheny County Council members could be paid even if they don't attend meetin
Panel proposes flat salary for Allegheny County Council
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
Allegheny County Council members could be paid even if they don't attend meetings, under a Government Review Commission's recommendation, but voters could have the final say on that. The commission, which recommended giving council members and the... Read more
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Evening Standard
The PM’s plan for sink estates is welcome - but must go furtherDavid Cameron’s promise to demolish and rebuild 100 of Britain’s sink estates i
The PM’s plan for sink estates is welcome - but must go further
Evening Standard / Posted 30 days ago
David Cameron’s promise to demolish and rebuild 100 of Britain’s sink estates is a welcome recognition of what this paper has been campaigning for — addressing the chronic poverty and gang violence on our worst estates. In The Estate We’re In... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Petaluma passes outdoor marijuana growing rule ARGUS-COURIER STAFF | January 7, 2016, 9:11AM Card-carrying medical marijuan
Petaluma passes outdoor marijuana growing rule
Petluma360.com / Posted 1 months ago
ARGUS-COURIER STAFF | January 7, 2016, 9:11AM Card-carrying medical marijuana users and caregivers in Petaluma will be allowed to grow three mature marijuana plants outdoors for their own use, part of... Read more
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