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Sal Albanese, a former city councilman making his third run for mayor, took 15 percent of the vote.
His purpose in presenting the plan to Crown Point councilmen was to determine the extent of their interest in the problem and the amount of support that might be expected for the plan.
Henry says that Maxwell was joined by councilman Devyn Keith and another man, and of the three, only Maxwell could provide valid identification to get a drink.
Reed owned the Anchorage Hotel, which still stands on E Street, while an influential city councilman owned a competing hotel in town.
The councilman recommended a mechanism that would allow people to challenge the designation and argue for a site’s removal from the list, or for inclusion.
In that decade, a Boston city councilman named Isadore Muchnick partnered with black sportswriter Wendell Smith to court Jackie Robinson and campaigned to bring black players to the city’s two major-league franchises, the Red Sox and Braves.
But Goodgame, 83, who holds Seat 2, and Seat 4 councilman Mullins, 67, said experience counts and each wants to see through major projects on the city’s books.
Kwanza Hall, the councilman who proposed the ordinance, hopes the signature is received for a number of reasons.
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