Definition of alderperson
: alderman 3c She is one of the town's two longest-serving alderpersons. When they presented the petition to their city alderperson, they were advised to take the issue up with the neighborhood association. — Roy Van Driesche, Nature Out of Place, 2004 And at another recent meeting of the alderpeople, there was a discussion of proposed architectural standards for downtown. — Chapel Hill Herald (Durham, North Carolina), 27 Jan. 2006
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