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But the city councilwoman's schedule has changed, campaign manager Amanda Ford said.
At a February news conference with Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Detroit councilwoman Mary Sheffield, Henry Ford executives and Tellem, it was estimated the facility would cost between $50 million to $60 million.
Almond said her rise from PTA mother to community activist to councilwoman has helped her see county problems from both outside and inside government.
The ordinance has been in the works for more than a year after councilwoman Jill Barry asked the town to look into the prohibition after people were smoking in the bleachers at a baseball game at a town facility.
Cantrell, a city councilwoman, agreed that drilling and production has damaged wetlands, making New Orleans more vulnerable to erosion and storm surges, but indicated her approach would be more measured.
Two National City councilwomen, along with community members, said Friday that two fellow council members should not have endorsed a six-day religious festival scheduled to begin Sunday in town.
Fannie Lewis, a Cleveland councilwoman and grandmother, fought for the Cleveland Scholarship Program that was enacted in 1995.
And a Philadelphia city councilwoman called for more information about the city’s alternative schools, including their disciplinary practices.
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