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To my friends, supporters, and anyone curious to find out what I am running for:

Two days ago a couple of my friends asked me if i want to run for election on Attleboro’s City Council. It seems that Julie Hall has just resigned the council, effective¬†Sept. 239 more words

From Ty

Sammamish city council members just screwed their constituents

Editorial

The Sammamish City Council members just screwed their constituents.

On a 5-2 vote May 15, the council agreed to advance the current proposal for revising the traffic concurrency model. 1,452 more words

Sammamish

Nelsonville City Council Special Meeting for tonight 5/21/18 has been CANCELED, apologize for any inconvenience

The Nelsonville City Council has CANCELED the special Council meeting scheduled for Monday, May 21, 2018 at 7:00 PM in Council Chambers at City Hall. The Nelsonville City Council apologizes for any inconvenience.

Shodeen Apartments at Council Tonight

Tonight, Monday, 5/21, 7:30pm, the Batavia City Council is set to approve the zoning changes for the massive Shodeen apartment complex proposal. They approved it at the Committee of the Whole last Tuesday, by a vote of 7-6 (1 likely NO vote absent). 121 more words

Batavia

New traffic concurrency model ignores congestion; city council caves to staff

By Miki Mullor
Deputy Editor

Sammamish drivers hoped for traffic congestion relief when the City Council adopted an emergency building moratorium last year in order to take time to fix the traffic… 1,197 more words

Sammamish

# Poverty reduction, affordable housing

Poverty reduction and affordable housing are topics that are linked and constantly in the news in Charlottetown.

Both the Provincial and the Municipal Governments are involved in these issues at various degrees. 730 more words

Charlottetown Ward 1

Holyrood Gardens development proposal rejected -- again

A proposed redevelopment of Holyrood Gardens in getting another rewrite after a City of Edmonton committee rejected it for the second time.

In recently-released minutes from a closed-door meeting, the city’s design committee opted to not support the revised plans on May 1, calling a “fundamental redesign” necessary. 244 more words

Consumer