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Town Hall

A meeting in which management makes a presentation to all staff, followed by a question and answer session. Town halls are sometimes accused of being scripted in order to give the appearance of transparency without actually providing any useful information.
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The town hall is a disgrace - it has looked shabby and scruffy for years.
The New Town Hall was built around four sides of a courtyard with the main town hall on the north side.
Designed originally by John Wood Jnr of Bath the town hall opened in 1754 but was badly damaged by fire in 1795 and was rebuilt by another top Georgian architect, James Wyatt, who added the dome and Castle Street balcony and portico.
Board of Education and will serve as the basis for the Town Hall Meeting.
In March of this year political interest group No Labels held a nationwide telephone town hall with Indiana Gov.
Deputy leader of the council and cabinet member for corporate resources, Simon Holbrook, ruled out the most extreme options as unlikely - but left the possibility that the town halls could be replaced.
It does not matter if you have any experience or did not attend previous town halls.
No damage estimates were available, but officials yesterday said windows were destroyed in each of the town halls, computers were tipped over or smashed, office doors were broken and file cabinets were ransacked, with some official documents defaced and strewn on the floor.
SAN FRANCISCO -- 2006 EUC Survey on Interoperability to Launch at SNW; End User Council Plans Rich Slate of End User Panel Discussions and Town Hall Meetings
The Scottish comedian sold out 1,200 tickets for his Huddersfield Town Hall show in just 75 minutes.
He visited Maghull, Bootle and Waterloo town halls before returning to his starting point at Southport town hall.