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(kown'sil-măn),
William T., U.S. pathologist, 1854-1933. See: Councilman body.
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Margaret Barrett Simon, Councilwoman, Jackson, Miss.
Putting an end to Gallant's transparent political smear campaign, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley cleared Councilwoman Tam of all allegations of misconduct brought at the instigation of the Alameda Interim City Manager and the Special Counsel she hired.
In 1997, the council voted down a voluntary drug-testing policy after reports of alleged drug use by former Councilwoman Susan Spanos.
to be cohosted by Senter and Edna Branch Jackson, WIMG board member and councilwoman, Savannah.
Following discussion with the Mayor-Elect's transition team members and Councilwoman Hahn, we identified certain expenditures that could be deferred in the coming fiscal year.
I made it very clear the 50/50 program had to be included and it had to be more than the existing budget," said the councilwoman, who launched the program in her district before taking it citywide last July 1.
director, industry relations, Freddie Mac; Marie Lopez Rogers, councilwoman, Avondale, Ariz.
I believe development is the engine that drives this city, but it has to be rational," said Councilwoman Eisland.
Councilwoman Janice Hahn applauds, while former Los Angeles Port Police Chief Noel Cunningham, now serving as director of operations and emergency management at the Port of Los Angeles, shows support as he passes the torch.
The homeless don't just suddenly, when it's warmer weather, have another place to go,'' said Councilwoman Wendy Greuel.
At large members are: Mary Brown, councilwoman, Gary, Ind.
Staying true to maritime christening fashion, Mayor Hahn and Councilwoman Janice Hahn each broke a bottle against an aqua-colored compass rose medallion -- a signature element featured throughout the area.