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Port Moody sets out growth plan in adopted offici...
It’s time to move on, Port Moody council said Tuesday night, as it approved the official community plan that will guide the city’s growth over the next three decades.
members, some of...
Read more at Tri-City News
Port Moody council
Petitions available to grow Hazleton’s police for...
Petitions are available for Hazleton residents who want to the city to increase the 38-member city police force by 10 officers. But property taxes would have to increase by 1 mill — or 22 percent —...
Read more at The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Officials to seek grant for Tandy Woods property ...
Members of the Hillsdale Council voted 4-1 to file a grant application seeking funds for the "Tandy Woods" property during their Oct. 14 meeting. The details of the application and the costs...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Candidates time to shine
Candidates for the upcoming municipal election are busy campaigning through out BC, and in Nelson candidates are preparing to engage with the community at several all-candidates...
Read more at Nelson Star
Portland street fee still has a few potholes to f...
The city started by looking at what 28 other municipalities had done and presented a somewhat similar proposal. Homeowners would pay one of two monthly rates, the highest being $11.56. Apartment...
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Council OKs union wages for maintenance work
Workers who are contracted to maintain, repair, upgrade or demolish city structures are now going to be guaranteed prevailing wages, the City Council decided Tuesday. The move was made in response to...
Read more at Mountain View Voice
Royal Poinciana Plaza managers affirm playhouse w...
The new managers of the Royal Poinciana Playhouse have reiterated their assurances that the Royal Poinciana Playhouse is safe from the wrecking ball. Simon Taylor, chairman of the Palm Beach Theater...
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Grant Rant: Prayers are for church, Mr. Mayor
You know things like "no new taxes," or "I never inhaled," or "Don't I look awesome on this sea-do?" Listen up candidates for councils across Niagara: I realize it's election time and you're worried...
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St. Catharines Standard
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Gwynedd Council to launch council tax review
GWYNEDD Council chiefs hope to root out bogus council discount claimants. Around 18,000 homes receive a 25 per cent council tax discount, which is awarded when there is only one adults at a...
Read more at The North Wales Chronicle
George Buhler makes it an even dozen candidates f...
Long-time local George Buhler is tossing his construction hat into the council race, he announced today. "I feel that I have experience to add to the work that needs to be done there," he said in an...
Read more at Revelstoke Times Review
Blue Mountains can be destination for investment
Future Town of The Blue Mountains councils will have to find a way to spend more wisely and get better value from county and province governments, says deputy-mayor candidate Paul Mitchell, one of...
Read more at Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Association of Municipalities of Ontario
LEX 18 Investigates: $11,000 Harassment Investiga...
... minutes 37 seconds ago LEX 18 Investigates: $11,000 Harassment Investigation Leads To Lots Of Empty Seats If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a...
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Ten Districts, Many Visions
District 9: Heartbeat of the CityD9 Ballot OrderErin McGannKathie TovoChris Riley District 9's standing as the centermost district of Austin's looming 10-1 City Council – and arguably the traditional...
Read more at The Austin Chronicle
Tough budget issues not going away; new council w...
For the second straight year, the Jacksonville City Council seriously considered spending cuts to public safety, libraries and other city services, only to avoid them at the last minute. As a result,...
Read more at The Florida Times-Union
MTP chairman, council huddle on long-term goals
TUPELO – City Council members and a thoroughfare volunteer spent part of Tuesday discussing future plans for a self-imposed tax program responsible for $95.5 million of new and improved traffic...
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Tupelo City Council
Councillor eyes mayoral chair
John Van Laerhoven has decided to run for mayor in the District of Kent. “I’ve enjoyed the last three years,” he told the Observer. “There’s been some difficult times in the last few years but I...
Read more at Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Six months later, Hacienda residents still waitin...
Residents of Richmond's troubled Hacienda public housing development must feel as if they're trapped in a time warp. After reports of water leaks, mold and vermin infestation earlier this year, the...
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Kwekwe mayor refuses ride in the gravy train
Kwekwe mayor refuses ride in the gravy train HOW many people, upon landing a lucrative job, would turn down a brand new US$68 000 Double Cab Toyota D4D offered by the employer? By BLESSED...
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Key issues new First Minister must address
THE SNP Government pushed everything else to one side for the last two years as they pursued their dream of independence. The day job of running the health service, the justice system, schools,...
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Glen Rock turf field fact sessions underway
With the Faber field turf referendum six weeks away, the Glen Rock Borough Council has mounted a renewed push to disseminate facts and figures about its plan - an effort that began this week, and will...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
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