City Hall


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City Hall

1. A building that serves as a headquarters for most or all municipal services, such as parks and public works departments. City hall is usually home to city council meetings and the office of the mayor or other executive.

2. A euphemism for municipal or local government.
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The new City Hall proposal has entered into a serial cost escalation phase.
Within this, the option of closing and selling the Grade II-listed City Hall was mooted, but Peter is adamant that the axe has not fallen on the venue yet.
In order to correct this historical error, one of the bluestone pavers in City Hall Plaza was
The Kleins, who rent their upper floors to a beauty salon and a dental office, were outraged to learn that City Hall planned to use eminent domain to take the building they had bought as an investment for their kids' college educations.
A speaker's platform, placed thoughtfully between street and square, addresses both city and city hall.
The council is scheduled to have a meeting about City Hall on Sept.
The Alliance serves an area roughly from City Hall to the Battery, from the East River to West Street, for which it provides supplemental sanitation and security, economic development, streetscape and transportation improvements, marketing and enhanced tourist services.
Property tax supported bond measures are the appropriate mechanism for funding large capital projects, such as a City Hall, Bettman McCornack said, and "using ongoing operational funds diverted from essential services is an unaccountable precedent.
The City of Brockton has plans to deploy an adjunct OmniPCX Enterprise at a remote site to provide back-up voice services to users in case of emergency situations like water damage at the City Hall where the main OmniPCX Enterprise is located.
Five years ago a lengthy public process to come up with ideas for a new City Hall built a castle in the air - a building with a price tag as high as $163 million.
And I am right again today, when I urge you to support Measure R to extend City Council service from two to three terms and reform ethics rules to bring integrity back to City Hall.
on the front steps of City Hall, 16600 Civic Center Drive in Bellflower.