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

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The conferring of the title of Honorary Alderman or Honorary Alderwoman is made at an specially called Extraordinary Meeting of the city council and must be passed by at least two thirds of the councillors.
And of course on the menu are "oysters all day, any way," says Renee Brooks, alderwoman at large and festival chair, "or choose from all types of cuisine.
One alderwoman suggested that staff develop a grant program and provide incentives for major employers to retain employees or expand their business and to think creatively to address this problem.
She also started in January as a seasonal tax preparer and this summer began working with the city of Moline Acres as an alderwoman.
Disquiet with local Country Party representation was first highlighted when a local alderwoman, Cynthia Wilson, ran as an Independent for Lismore in the 1956 NSW election.
Alderwoman Margaret Standen drew further attention to the uniqueness of the market's operations when she said she "hoped the new market would show a profit.
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Chicago's eighth ward alderwoman, Michelle Harris, "took much heat" from gay residents, who accused the police of dragging their feet, notes gay activist Otis Richardson, "but afterward she sat down and spoke with many and was very clear about wanting to be educated on LGBT issues.
Nonetheless, alderwoman Emma Mitts had to battle fiercely for approval from other city council members, who previously had turned down a Wal-Mart application for a South Side location.
Zucker, president of Corporate Cleaning Services, and Chicago Alderwoman Dorothy Tillman.
Wente's column was sparked by recent media coverage of Dar Heatherington, an Alberta alderwoman who phoned home at the end of her Montana business trip to tell her husband she'd be late getting home and then disappeared for three days.
The one-time student alderwoman helped save Russ Feingold's seat in his last election by turning out massive numbers of new voters on the university campus.
A Chicago alderwoman representing one of the proposed locations labeled Wal-Mart a "Death Star" that would destroy existing local retailers.