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a member of a municipal legislative body (as a city council)

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Department of Justice all the way down to the smallest board of alderman are becoming more draconian and intransigent about the tenets of a free press.
Seventeen years after Ivory Perry's death, and more than 35 years since his activism provoked the Board of Alderman to pass an ordinance designed to remove poisonous lead from the blood streams of children and from the places where children live, six new cases are discovered every day.
He soon entered the local political scene and was elected to the board of alderman, the equivalent of a city council, in 1977.
Other city elected officials from the four cities who participated included City Council Representatives Carol Carter-Estes of Jackson; President of Board of Alderman Thomas Reyes, Jr.
With this in mind, the Board of Alderman appropriated $200,000 for a Burlington Land Trust Fund, designed to leverage a minimum capital pool of $750,000 to $1,250,000.
Some actions by the Board of Alderman and the administration of the City of Branson were questionable, concludes Gary J.
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