Recent Examples of councilman from the Web
Those councilmen each signed off on the plans for their wards.
The decision -- a 3-2 vote with councilman Tony Kranz and Mark Muir opposed -- came after hours of public testimony.
One Atlanta councilman told CNBC his office lost 16 years' worth of digital records.
Friday morning, Cincinnati city councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, a Democrat whose support was considered key to freeing up several votes, announced his endorsement of a West End stadium deal.
City: Review of councilman's conduct is next Nikki Ripley, a Tempe spokeswoman, said the city will use the report to determine how to proceed with a separate City Council Code of Conduct investigation.
There needs to be a broader conversation that contextualizes the difference between mental health and mental illness, says Brooklyn councilman Jumaane D. Williams, a cochair of the Gun Violence Task Force.
Bar owned by man accused of attacking Indy councilmanA new start for the 500: The Indy 500 will soon have a new TV network The building suffered significant damage, but there was no fear of collapse, officials said.
Smith won election to a full seat in November, and Pitts opted not to run for re-election and is no longer a councilman.
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Definition of councilman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who is a member of a council
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