Recent Examples of councilman from the Web
One of the repeal effort's originators and loudest advocates is San Diego radio talk show host Carl DeMaio, a former city councilman.
Lavon Manzie, a Mobile councilman who represents Africatown, said the possible discovery of the Clotilda is welcome news in a part of Mobile that is often overlooked.
Their relationship did not, at the time, entitle Miranda to a visa — so Greenwald stayed in Brazil; Miranda is now the first openly gay city councilman in Rio’s history.
The councilman is calling on the administration to develop a plan to do preventative maintenance on the system rather than simply reacting to emergencies.
Related stories from Sacramento Bee Sacramento City Council can reject Curtis Park gas station, fairly this time Judge rules councilman likely was biased, overturns vote denying Crocker Village gas station Developer calls gas station vote tainted.
Former deputy mayor Michael Mullaugh is seeking to rejoin Boca Raton City Council after a sitting councilman decided to run for Palm Beach County Commission.
Republican councilman Michael Riccio said, asking the council to reject the sweetener.
As a councilman nearly five years ago, Strickland first noticed the legal loophole on which the city would build its case to remove Confederate monuments.
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