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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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He wrote: "Surely it's about time the people of Middles-brough were heard by the council, and their hero should return and be reinstated to the town hall where he has performed for 30 years."
'The Johor government was reported to have expressed their intention to hold a town hall meeting with residents in a week's time to resolve the air pollution issue based on news reports published on July 7.
Decorated vehicles will gather at 1pm on Jeff Brown Drive for judging before the parade to the town hall with former principals from over the years, and todays.
This free tour, led by the Todmorden Town Hall volunteers, will look at the different industries that have shaped the town over the last 120 years and the stories of the people behind them.
Kidderminster Town Council has received the PS49,700 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to help investigate the current condition of Kidderminster Town Hall.
The firm will lead a team of specialists in transforming the Victorian town hall, following a successful bid for PS8.9m from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Victoria Hollows, chief executive of Renfrewshire Leisure, said: "There was no better way to celebrate both the end of the year and the town hall closing for renovation than to have a full house of people enjoying themselves.
After many years, the local council of Bratislavas borough of Ru#382inov has managed to agree on the acquisition of the former municipal town hall in its part of Prievoz with its current owner.
Taylor's Bell Foundry in Loughborough - who also made the bells in St Paul's Cathedral in London - cast the bell at the top of the town hall in Market Place in 1929 and installed it on April 30, 1930.
A call out was made last March for a developer to regenerate the Old Town Hall Quarter, when the Grade II-listed town hall was put up for sale, together with a patch of land surrounding the former heart of the town.
Now it has emerged that the Old Town Hall Quarter is on the verge of being sold to Dinosauria Ltd, an entertainment business which has had plans to create a top attraction in the North East for several years.
Cassidy's experience Wednesday fell in line with how voters have greeted other elected officials, especially Republicans, during their respective town hall events in their home districts recently.