City Hall


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City Hall

Building that houses the administrative offices of a city.
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Why not wait until decisions on the City Hall design and bids have been finalized?
He said: "I have put to the council and the leader of the council a number of proposals to improve the financial viability of the City Hall and also potential to have additional facilities.
Remember when City Hall jacked up garbage-collection fees last year, promising to hire 1,000 more cops to make us safe?
They found that, in 1802, a competition was held for the new City Hall and 26 proposals were submitted.
Americans from all religious perspectives will now feel welcome in city hall.
Its crumbled curbs and cracked side-walks attest to decades of malign neglect by City Hall.
At the same time increasing bureaucratisation has seen the typological model for the city hall develop; from a single large public room built over an arcaded market at the heart of the town -- like the Palazzo del Broletto in Como -- to an elaborate complex of private offices.
The City Council majority has endorsed plans to build a $15 million City Hall, rather than renovate the existing 50-year-old building.
5) Cultural exchange students from India, right, walk through Santa Clarita City Hall in Valencia on Friday morning.
Bowling Green and City Hall Park boasted the largest number of wireless users per day at 23.
Works from the first annual "Portraits" Art Exhibition, sponsored by the Port and the San Pedro Art Association, are at the City Hall Bridge Gallery, 200 N.
The city also moves money into a fund set aside to build a new City Hall, she said.