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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Dramatic energy efficiency improvements to the rehabilitated City Hall would occur with energy-efficient insulation, heating, cooling and lighting upgrades.
As part of the council's consultation process, a review of the future use of the City Hall and City Pool site will be carried out in view of the proposed closure of the swimming pool.
Saying Los Angeles needs to address the perception of a corrupt City Hall, state Sen.
He has been a rock in this city,'' said Gilley, who retired earlier this year from City Hall.
By evading that question, he left the issue of City Hall corruption standing like a big pink elephant in the evolving mayoral debate.
The City Hall veteran, who served as the City Council's top adviser but influenced public policy more than mayors or other officials, said he would spend his first few weeks meeting with DWP managers and learning more about the organization.
Under Ron, City Hall ran like a well-oiled, badly assembled clock.
Detectives and city officials said they don't know why Dyer showed up armed at City Hall.
This planned renovation and refurbishment of San Francisco's City Hall has come together through a creative partnership between OP Contract and Herman Miller along with the City of San Francisco," says Paula Buran, San Francisco Sales Manager for Herman Miller, Inc.
Planning now will shift to focus solely on building a new City Hall somewhere in the downtown.
I have a better knowledge and experience about City Hall.
A city hall big enough to hold all the offices that belong there would have at least 200,000 square feet.