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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Director of JP Sarajevo Ensar Eminovic stated that the project was entirely financed by the revenues of the City Hall, which is increasingly becoming a tourist attraction.
"Whatever the genre - glam, metal, stand-up, prog, pop - please tell us about your most memorable City Hall gig.
LOOK: Cleaning operations being conducted at the City Hall underpass(Photos by Christian Turingan/MPIO)#BagongMaynila
A city hall employee said that parking fees should be permanently suspended and be "given to them as one of their benefits".
We have heard before of how revenue has been lost and how it paved the way for corruption at City Hall," he said.
It has the industry expertise and resources to develop both programming as well as the building to ensure O2 City Hall Newcastle continues to thrive as one of the major venues for Newcastle and the North East."
Last week, appearing before parliamentary Public Accounts Committee, City Hall could not account for more than Sh156 million for the free maternity programme meant for Pumwani Maternity Hospital since the start of devolution in 2013.
Fans meet rock band Jethro Tull at Newcastle City Hall, September 1989
City spokeswoman Laura Hammond said the outcome and timing of the property negotiation will determine the next steps for the City Hall project.
In the suit, Paxton says a citizen complained in September that Austin City Hall displayed signs prohibiting licensed firearms.
Standing Committee on Public Works Meeting, 5:30 p.m., Esther Howland Chamber, City Hall
Standing Committee on Public Safety Meeting, 5:45 p.m., Esther Howland Chamber, City Hall