Since the merger of Neheim-Hsten, Arnsberg and 12 other municipalities in the course of the 1975 municipal reorganization
, the building represents the central administrative seat of the city of Arnsberg, where about 300 employees work.
Like Bucholz McEvoy's building in Limerick (p58), these new civic offices in Tubbercurry form part of Ireland's ongoing programme of municipal reorganization
that has generated a wave of distinctive new architecture.
In the special issue, a selection of environmental considerations are de-veloped, and all deal with aspects of environment associated with other themes that have been prominent in the Canadian Journal of Regional Science in the last few years, notably international trade and free trade zones, municipal reorganization
and its costs and advantages and urban planning, as well as other themes that begin to emerge, such as greenhouse gas emission and climate change.
Writing on ``The Moral and Theological Dimensions of Secession,'' the group did not take a stand for or against breaking up Los Angeles, but concluded that secession advocates have not made a strong case for such a major municipal reorganization
In the three cases, the latter claimed that the positions publicly expressed by the vice-presidents regarding the matter under discussion, namely Bill 29, concerning amendments to the municipal reorganization
currently underway, disqualified them from chairing the proceedings of the Assembly involving this bill.
By informing the population, in this white paper, on the bills that the Government intended to introduce with respect to municipal reorganization
and by providing for a schedule with respect to the passage and coming into force of these bills, the Minister did not act as though the bills incidental to the municipal reorganization
had force of law.
Boland's bill removes the Los Angeles City Council's power to block a vote by residents in the San Fernando Valley who wish to secede by amending the Knox Municipal Reorganization
Act of 1977.