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(kown'sil-măn),
William T., U.S. pathologist, 1854-1933. See: Councilman body.
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First, let me say that I hold no ill-will towards former Councilwoman Grandinetti.
"At Wells Fargo we're proud to be part of this initiative and we thank Mayor Kenney, Councilwoman Parker, and their teams as well as Mt.
PO2 Jonathan Ruiz, case investigator of Manila Police District- Homicide Division, identified the fatality as 57-year-old Ana Patricia Regular, Barangay 126, Zone 11 councilwoman. She was declared dead on arrival at Tondo Medical Center after she was shot several times in the body.
The councilwoman was first introduced in the Season 2 premiere.
"In my opinion, you should step down from this council because you are in conflict of interest," Fallucca said, flashing a photo of the councilwoman wearing a headscarf.
In addition to President Maness, the WIMG officers are: Mary Brown, Councilwoman, Gary, Ind.
Frank, you just gave up a big opportunity for revenue for the borough, said Councilwoman Paula Siarkiewicz.
<![CDATA[ A Jerusalem City Councilwoman is fighting to whittle local housing prices back down to a reasonable level by attacking the source of the problem.]]>
"We can't afford to cover the costs," City Councilwoman Jan Perry told the Los Angeles Times.
Councilwoman Jan Perry of South Los Angeles, California, wants a two-year ban on new fast-food restaurants in her district.
Zaida Arguedas, director of Global Democracy Programs, and League leaders Carol West, City Councilwoman of Tucson, AZ, and Ernestine Krehbiel, co-president of the LWV of Wichita Metro, KS, traveled to five towns and cities along the coast of Kenya.
Ellen Robertson, now a Richmond City Councilwoman, welcomes the renewed interest in Highland Park's economic potential, which Boaz & Ruth has stimulated, and is pressing in the Council for the structural improvements that will nurture this.