Recent Examples of councilman from the Web
Greg Travis, the city councilman representing the area, said race was not a concern in the community, where about 29 percent of the elementary students are Latino and 7 percent are black.
James Mayer, said the parish continues to work closely with the Second District police, the local redevelopment agency, the building department and Brian Cummins, the city councilman for the ward.
Perez, the Foster City councilman, believes the state is ignoring the housing law’s problems.
In the suit, Reynaud had requested the court force Zahn to issue an executive order directing Roussel to work with Reynaud, rather than assign the councilman's legal matters to an assistant city attorney.
One candidate who is opposing the mayor in the Democratic primary, Sal Albanese, a former city councilman, showed up outside the mayor’s gym with a MetroCard on Wednesday, but evidently missed Mr. de Blasio.
Dissenting councilmen thought the city should have had more strict language to protect public safety and give neighboring property owners a larger buffer from bee hives.
And in Keller, voters will decide whether to return former Mayor Pat McGrail to office over Rick Barnes, who most recently served as a councilman.
Rancho Cordova and Citrus Heights have appointed replacements for two sitting councilmen who died within hours of each other in April.
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First Known Use of councilman
COUNCILMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of councilman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who is a member of a council
Legal Definition of councilman
: a member of a council : councillor
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