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Smedley's Hill, Bulli

By MICK ROBERTS ©

BULLI has many long-lost geographical names.

One of the more interesting is “Smedley’s Hill’, just north of Bulli Public School.

Convict, Samuel Smedley made his wealth through his artistic skills, and has largely been forgotten for his pioneering efforts. 572 more words

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Bulli Library 1948-2009

THE Bulli Library opened in the old Bulli Council Chambers in 1948 and operated for over 60 years.

The library, located in two large rooms to the right of the corridor as you enter the main front door of the building, was officially opened in 1948. 293 more words

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Q2U: Government Transparency

GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY

What is the best way to move forward?

Today’s Q2U follows up on our recent interview episode with former South Orange NJ Mayor… 328 more words

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Q2U: Silver Tsunami

Civic Leaders is an exclusive local government web-interview series hosted and operated by Springbrook Software, an Accela company, produced by the VOLSTA Media Network… 234 more words

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Full Steam Ahead


Civic Leaders // S1E15 // Heather Johnston, President of the @GFOA and City Manager of @BurnsvilleMN
Here we speak with the dynamic, forward-thinking Heather Johnston, who is the incoming President of the Government Finance Officers Association, which has 18,000 members in the US and Canada.   1,599 more words

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James Cram: The Father of Balgownie

By MICK ROBERTS ©

Coal dust was said to be in James Cram’s blood.

The larger than life pioneer was more than qualified to hold the title of Father of Balgownie – a village established on coal. 843 more words

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2/2 - Change the World


Civic Leaders // S1E14 // Jonathan @Reichental, Chief Information Officer for the City of Palo Alto, California
In part two of our talk with Jonathan, we continue the discussion on how he arrived in the Silicon Valley and the strides he’s been making in the region.   1,393 more words

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