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Daily Record
Beauty spot is 'rubbish tip run by rowdy youths' say worried residentsthis type of behaviour. “The park is for the whole town and should be kept in
Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
this type of behaviour. “The park is for the whole town and should be kept in the best condition possible.”Read More And town councillor, Hugh Hunter, added: “It is disappointing to hear of these concerns. “The Conservation Area and its upkeep... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Children can visit Father Christmas at outdoor grotto opening in Buryattraction being set up in Charter Square. The attraction has been set up by O
Bury Free Press / Posted 4 hours ago
attraction being set up in Charter Square. The attraction has been set up by Our Bury St Edmunds in partnership with the Town Council and The Arc shopping centre. Colin Roberts, centre manager at The Arc, said: “We are delighted to once again be... Read more
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The Express-Times
Mayor's aide gets 18% raise, becomes target in campaignmayor's aide, Sherry Corcoran, did have an 18 percent raise approved this month
The Express-Times / Posted 4 hours ago
mayor's aide, Sherry Corcoran, did have an 18 percent raise approved this month by the town council, by far the largest of more than a dozen pay increases up for a vote. Corcoran did not return messages seeking... Read more
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Pendle Today
Blues Festival to return for 2018Colne Town Council is to forge ahead with plans for the Great British Rhythm an
Pendle Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Colne Town Council is to forge ahead with plans for the Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival to come back to town in 2018. Acknowledging the huge financial impact the festival had on town this year, councillors have pledged that there will be a... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Residents take to the sky at Cape Air open houseMicronesia. The airport, which is owned by the town of Harrietstown, is curren
Lake Placid News / Posted 4 hours ago
Micronesia. The airport, which is owned by the town of Harrietstown, is currently undergoing renovations. On Monday, the town council agreed to renew the lease for the ADK CAVU Cafe. "We finally got somebody in there who knows how to run a... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Another expansion on tap at Raquette River BrewingThe town-owned property within village limits that was never deeded to the vill
Lake Placid News / Posted 4 hours ago
The town-owned property within village limits that was never deeded to the village, a century-old problem. At the Oct. 12 town council meeting, the town board voted to release all paper streets, including Balsam Street, to the village. A quick... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Harleston to keep free parking after East of England Co-Operative offer a helping handDarnell The East of England Co-Operative has offered to fund a significant amo
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 4 hours ago
Darnell The East of England Co-Operative has offered to fund a significant amount towards the annual cost of Harleston Town Council’s (HTC) lease for its Bullock Fair Close and Broad Street car parks. Securing the free use of the car parks for... Read more
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The Mercury News
Los Gatos mulls small sales tax hikeof a cent, which could generate as much as $800,000 annually for town coffers.
The Mercury News / Posted 4 hours ago
of a cent, which could generate as much as $800,000 annually for town coffers. If the proposed tax hike is approved by the Town Council, it would be placed on the November 2018 ballot. The council is tentatively scheduled to discuss the general... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Next stage for Norwich Northern Distributor Road missing link to go ahead - despite accusations plan was ‘foolhardy and reckless’earmarked to go from the budget for “non-safety critical highway maintenance”.
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 4 hours ago
earmarked to go from the budget for “non-safety critical highway maintenance”. Concern had been raised by Costessey Town Council, who said the costs of filling and re-filling the bins would be passed on to them and their portion of council... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Letters to the Editor: Reelect Brooks as treasurer, We need Butterworth...vulnerable. This is the character we need in a first selectman. As to competen
The New Canaan News / Posted 4 hours ago
vulnerable. This is the character we need in a first selectman. As to competence, his legal background and success as a town council member, with his policy focus on improving our cell service — vital to all our safety — and parking, which will... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Next stage for Norwich Northern Distributor Road missing link to go ahead - despite accusations plan was ‘foolhardy and reckless’earmarked to go from the budget for “non-safety critical highway maintenance”.
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 5 hours ago
earmarked to go from the budget for “non-safety critical highway maintenance”. Concern had been raised by Costessey Town Council, who said the costs of filling and re-filling the bins would be passed on to them and their portion of council... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Councillor to recommend Highfield car park remains openlistened to the people of Fakenham and we have attached a great deal of weight
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 5 hours ago
listened to the people of Fakenham and we have attached a great deal of weight to the representations put forward by the Town Council which were evidenced based and persuasive,” she said. “I will be recommending to the Council’s Cabinet on the... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Juno Beach could be the next town to ban pot shopsBeach could be the next town to ban pot shops Pot dispensaries may be banned i
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 5 hours ago
Beach could be the next town to ban pot shops Pot dispensaries may be banned in Juno Beach. The north county community’s town council plans to vote Wednesday, Oct. 25 on an ordinance to ban the dispensaries. The meeting is at 5:30 p.m. in the... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Kerry Donovan launches 2018 Colorado state Senate re-election bidyou want to keep it,” she said. It’s not the money, she said. State lawmakers’
The Aspen Times / Posted 5 hours ago
you want to keep it,” she said. It’s not the money, she said. State lawmakers’ annual salary is $30,000. The former Vail Town Council member said she cut her public-service teeth following her parents, John and Diana Donovan, and their work... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Orchestras? Storytime? You may see them soon at Palm Beach plazazoning board voted unanimously in favor of staff’s recommendation to set up a p
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 6 hours ago
zoning board voted unanimously in favor of staff’s recommendation to set up a pathway so Up Markets could apply for Town Council permission to stage outdoor events. Commissioner Kenneth Walker said the state of retail nationwide is in bad... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Lookout Mountain, Ga., Considering Whether To Allow Goats, Chickens, Small Tax Increase Approvedproblems with speeding. The mayor said this issue will be revisited at the next
The Chattanoogan / Posted 6 hours ago
problems with speeding. The mayor said this issue will be revisited at the next council meeting. Another citizen asked the city to start a recycling program. The next meeting of the Lookout Mountain, Ga., town council will be Nov. 16 at 5:3... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Councillors vote overwhelmingly against new parking charges for towncharges being introduced in the centre of Woodstock has been backed by councill
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
charges being introduced in the centre of Woodstock has been backed by councillors. All but two councillors on Woodstock Town Council last week voted for a motion opposing a for a new charging system being introduced, which supporters claimed... Read more
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The Comet
Central Bedfordshire Council cuts deadline to complete Local Plan and dodge housing hikecouncil agreed to dramatically cut the timeline for the plan and submit it in M
The Comet / Posted 9 hours ago
council agreed to dramatically cut the timeline for the plan and submit it in March 2018. A letter written to Biggleswade Town Council after the meeting states: “Submitting a Local Plan before March 31 2018 should mean that central government... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Eagle County considers adopting midvalley rezoning moratoriumcomplied with the existing community master plan. Much of the local populace wa
Aspen Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
complied with the existing community master plan. Much of the local populace was not in favor, including the Basalt Town Council, Pitkin County commissioners and the Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission, which makes... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Basalt’s contributions to affordable housing pass $1 million markWhen the Basalt Town Council voted unanimously last week to forgive various dev
Aspen Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
When the Basalt Town Council voted unanimously last week to forgive various development-related fees totaling $186,000 for a 27-unit housing project spearheaded by Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley, it continued a trend that gained... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Gore Bay residents request more areas to bow hunt deerGORE BAY—A delegation of Gore Bay residents has requested town council to expan
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 10 hours ago
GORE BAY—A delegation of Gore Bay residents has requested town council to expand its current bylaw to include three other locations in town where bow hunting permits can be provided to hunt deer. “I would like to thank you (council) for the... Read more
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The News and Star
Controversial housing development up for approvaland landscaping of the development and its impacts will be considered during fu
The News and Star / Posted 10 hours ago
and landscaping of the development and its impacts will be considered during future reserved matters application." The town council has also objected. It says the development is in an area of land that has been mined for coal, access to the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Controversial housing development up for approvaland landscaping of the development and its impacts will be considered during fu
Whitehaven News / Posted 10 hours ago
and landscaping of the development and its impacts will be considered during future reserved matters application." The town council has also objected. It says the development is in an area of land that has been mined for coal, access to the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
LibFest team promises event still has a bright future despite 2018 cancellationwill continue to take place in 2018, will all the money raised going to SeeSaw.
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
will continue to take place in 2018, will all the money raised going to SeeSaw. Polly Inness, spokeswoman for Witney Town Council, said: "Witney Town Council has taken great pride in being able to support the LibFest team and congratulate... Read more
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Pendle Today
Colne Town Council's spook-tacular HalloweenColne Town Council has announced plans for its spook-tacular Halloween celebrat
Pendle Today / Posted 10 hours ago
Colne Town Council has announced plans for its spook-tacular Halloween celebration complete with competitions, fancy dress, pumpkins, and a day out for the whole family. Taking place on Saturday, October 28th the town council's event will feature... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Court Finds Ruling Party Guilty of 'Abuse of Power'has said Swapo abused its powers when it withdrew Councillor Ester Ndatala Nghi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
has said Swapo abused its powers when it withdrew Councillor Ester Ndatala Nghidimbwa as a councillor of Helao Nafidi Town Council last year. "I am satisfied that the applicant has made out a case that the first respondent misconstrued the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Government Considers Scrapping New Towns in MukonoMukono — The controversy surrounding the creation of three new town councils in
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
Mukono — The controversy surrounding the creation of three new town councils in Mukono District has taken a new twist with government hinting at the possibility of degazetting the administrative units. This comes after complaints from a section of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Treasury Secretary Muhakanizi - I'm Under Pressure to Fund New Districtssaid creating districts comes with consequences in terms of increased number of
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
said creating districts comes with consequences in terms of increased number of parliamentarians, increased town councils, municipalities - all with leaders who must be paid salaries and allowances. This implies that government... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Murder mystery and mammal detectives among half term fun in Ipswichschool children and 4-6pm for secondary school youngsters. The free sessions w
Ipswich Star / Posted 11 hours ago
school children and 4-6pm for secondary school youngsters. The free sessions will be run by trained volunteers, with children able to bring their own helmets and boards or use those from the town council. Email the town council here to book a pl... Read more
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Vail Daily
Vail Town Council approves deal to deed-restrict 65 new apartments in townon 1,000 new or existing units in town over the next decade. That goal is alrea
Vail Daily / Posted 12 hours ago
on 1,000 new or existing units in town over the next decade. That goal is already near a 100-unit milestone. The Vail Town Council on Tuesday, Oct. 17, gave unanimous approval to spending $4.225 million to buy deed restrictions on 65 new units... Read more
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Gazette
Applications now open for community grants in ThornburyAPPLICATIONS have opened for a series of grants, available to community organis
Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
APPLICATIONS have opened for a series of grants, available to community organisations in Thornbury through the town council. Thornbury Town Council supports a wide variety of organisations with grants being used to fund both revenue and capital... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
No blues for festival fans: 2018 event confirmed for ColneRhythm and Blues Festival will be back on Colne on August Bank Holiday Weekend
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
Rhythm and Blues Festival will be back on Colne on August Bank Holiday Weekend next year. The full meeting of Colne Town Council on Tuesday and agreed to continue with the 28-year-old event for 2018. Councillors recognised the ‘enormous... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Vandals condemned for targeting memorial to war deadlike this in the town," said Mr Kelly. Rotarian Brian Mitchelhill came up with
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 13 hours ago
like this in the town," said Mr Kelly. Rotarian Brian Mitchelhill came up with the idea of the memorial garden. The town council agreed to lease the club the flower bed. Mr Mitchellhill said: "This is sheer vandalism. This was an effort for... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Woodbridge’s Drummer Boy set for new home as permission sought for Market Hill sitein August. It is currently undergoing restoration and could be back on show ne
Ipswich Star / Posted 15 hours ago
in August. It is currently undergoing restoration and could be back on show next year but with a new home. Woodbridge Town Council has submitted a planning application to site the statue – officially known as ‘The Drums of the Fore and Aft’... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Annexation decison postponedThe Leland Town Council has postponed a decision on an annexation request for u
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 16 hours ago
The Leland Town Council has postponed a decision on an annexation request for undeveloped property in the Lanvale Forest subdivision. By Makenzie Holland StarNews Staff LELAND -- A decision to annex a portion of the Lanvale Forest subdivision has... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Mayor, council candidates share visions of Thunderbolt’s futureThe race is on in Thunderbolt. Questions posed to mayoral and Town Council can
Savannah Morning News / Posted 17 hours ago
The race is on in Thunderbolt. Questions posed to mayoral and Town Council candidates Thursday night during a forum at Town Hall focused on the fate of the Thunderbolt’s library, infrastructure improvements, public safety and the balance of progress... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Councillors want cars to slow downKris Dube Special to the Times There is a speeding problem in Stevensville, s
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 18 hours ago
Kris Dube Special to the Times There is a speeding problem in Stevensville, says the member of town council who represents the area. Ward 6 Coun. Chris Knutt has raised concerns several times about motorists travelling too fast in parts of the... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Community Calendarat American Legion Harold DeHaan Post No. 19, at 16913 Morgan County Road 17.7
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 19 hours ago
at American Legion Harold DeHaan Post No. 19, at 16913 Morgan County Road 17.7 (Nelson Road), Fort Morgan. 7 p.m. Wiggins Town Council regular meeting, 7 p.m. Wiggins Town Hall. 7 p.m. Len Herstein: "7 Concepts to Jump Start Your Brand... Read more
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Vail Daily
Vail’s Kerry Donovan launches 2018 Colorado state Senate re-election bidyou want to keep it," she said. It's not the money, she said. State lawmakers'
Vail Daily / Posted 19 hours ago
you want to keep it," she said. It's not the money, she said. State lawmakers' annual salary is $30,000. The former Vail Town Council member said she cut her public-service teeth following her parents, John and Diana Donovan, and their work... Read more
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Boston Globe
Watertown-based Athenahealth lays off 500 workersthat athenahealth had given no indication there would be trouble with the proje
Boston Globe / Posted 20 hours ago
that athenahealth had given no indication there would be trouble with the project. Mark S. Sideris, president of the Town Council, said he was confident athenahealth would continue to be a major economic force in the community despite the... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Town spending on hold throughout Windham Countyprojects that require state money for funding.” Hendricks recently announced h
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 21 hours ago
projects that require state money for funding.” Hendricks recently announced he will not immediately take a 2.5 percent Town Council-approved raise that would increase his salary to $132,000 a year. He is also waiting until an approved state... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Council endorses two more years of ElvisCollingwood’s Elvis Festival officially got the green light for at least anothe
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 21 hours ago
Collingwood’s Elvis Festival officially got the green light for at least another two years after town council voted on staff’s positive recommendation Monday. The festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2019. “The budget is something that... Read more
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The News-Times
Suit against New Milford mayor back in courtinto a community center, “Republican obstructionism.” The renovation, backed b
The News-Times / Posted 21 hours ago
into a community center, “Republican obstructionism.” The renovation, backed by Gronbach and a Democratic majority on Town Council, was finished earlier this fall. For the past year, Republican Town Council members often voted against... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
CLOSEUP: Accusations flying in Pelhamis not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 21 hours ago
is not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns to regional council because the mayor and town council are “not listening.” Harley, in his presentation, told regional councillors any audit must be “fully... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
CLOSEUP: Accusations flying in Pelhamis not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 21 hours ago
is not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns to regional council because the mayor and town council are “not listening.” Harley, in his presentation, told regional councillors any audit must be “fully... Read more
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Welland Tribune
CLOSEUP: Accusations flying in Pelhamis not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns
Welland Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
is not one sector of demographics.” Harley said his group brought its concerns to regional council because the mayor and town council are “not listening.” Harley, in his presentation, told regional councillors any audit must be “fully... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Suit against New Milford mayor back in courtinto a community center, “Republican obstructionism.” The renovation, backed b
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 21 hours ago
into a community center, “Republican obstructionism.” The renovation, backed by Gronbach and a Democratic majority on Town Council, was finished earlier this fall. For the past year, Republican Town Council members often voted against... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Hauch maintains Bruderheim’s helmCampbell and Judy Schueler regained their seats, with 173 and 191 votes respect
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 22 hours ago
Campbell and Judy Schueler regained their seats, with 173 and 191 votes respectively. Councillor newcomers include former town councillor Garry Bottorff (195 votes), Patrick Crawford (171 votes) and Len Falardeau (137 votes). Bernadine Seewalt... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Fewer water pressure complaints by HDB residents, but problems persistand chokage in tap strainers". The agency added that such fixtures are usually
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 hours ago
and chokage in tap strainers". The agency added that such fixtures are usually installed and maintained by either the Town Council, the building management or unit owner. "PUB works closely with the Town Councils to attend to feedback... Read more
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Island Packet
Think you know how to fix Hilton Head’s affordable housing crisis? The town might hire you for this new job.time attracting and keeping workers. Now, town leaders want to create a full-t
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
time attracting and keeping workers. Now, town leaders want to create a full-time position to tackle the problem. The Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve creating a new staff position to direct and implement affordable housing... Read more
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