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Coun·cil·man

(kown'sil-măn),
William T., U.S. pathologist, 1854-1933. See: Councilman body.
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Last year Councilman Greig Smith spent the interest from the original fund -- $137,000 -- on a study on alternatives to landfills.
The councilman said turning down the landmark status for the Antonin Dvorak House, which the council did, was a "responsible" decision.
Councilman Steve Hofbauer said an outright ban would be difficult to enforce.
Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District board president Julia Brownley was ahead of Calabasas City Councilman Barry Groveman in a five-person race for the Democratic district nomination, according to partial returns.
41st District, Democratic primary: In a crowded field of earnest and decent candidates looking to replace the term-limited Fran Pavley, Calabasas City Councilman Barry Groveman -- the only candidate not from Santa Monica -- stands out.
Councilman Dave Weaver voted against the project and mentioned that it would have storage space for wine.
Six households signed up in Councilman Bernard Parks' district in South L.
GLENDALE - The state agency that polices political candidates for campaign finance violations looked at the books for City Councilman Dave Weaver's successful 2005 re-election campaign, but only after he notified them about possible discrepancies, he said Wednesday.
When the government restricts publicly available information and it does it secretly for secret reasons it is offensive to the public and the public interest,'' said Councilman Jack Weiss, a former federal prosecutor and chairman of the Public Safety Committee.
A City Council oversight committee will hold a hearing on the Police Commission's closed-door decision to withhold the names of officers who use serious force, Councilman Jack Weiss said Wednesday.