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Two men whom prosecutors say are gang members, who both testified against a gang member convicted of murder in the 2014 death of a Chester councilman, have received probation after pleading guilty to reduced charges.
And Michael Kearney, a former Clinton councilman, and Neal Rozendaal, who literally wrote the book on Slater in 2012, have a point.
But Mr Fulop, a Democrat, and city councilmen are up for re-election, and Mr Trump received just 14% of the city’s vote in November.
Reser Bicycle Outfitters owner and Park Hills city councilman Jason Reser befriended Boyer while hauling a 200-pound rock up his street in a wheelbarrow.
Daphne City Councilman Joe Davis, who was the only Daphne councilman at the school board meeting, said the timeline for the initial study will be short, around four to six weeks.
That seems like a pretty reasonable request, but apparently, one councilman is worried that doing so might be a form of microaggression.
Jones' latest comments came after a city councilman in Butler County's Middletown drew national attention with his suggestion that emergency crews should stop responding to people who repeatedly overdose.
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.
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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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