Hall process

Hall process

[′hȯl ‚prä·səs]
(metallurgy)
An electrolytic recovery process for aluminum employing a fused-bauxite (aluminum oxide), cryolite electrolyte.
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The City Hall process has not gone as hoped for, and I accept responsibility for my part in this process, including not keeping the council consistently up-to-date as possible changes in scope and budget arose," he wrote.
But Ron Lowes, Middlesbrough's longest-ever serving independent councillor - who was first elected 35 years ago - says information is now available for all councillors to be involved in the town hall process.
In a recent interview Russo explained how the program works: "Our lawyers go out, they work with community groups, with neighborhood residential associations, merchant groups, the faith community, and they do this sort of town hall process for each area, and people vote to create a work program for the neighborhood.
It is one of the options being studied,'' said Rick Taylor, one of those lobbyists hired by the House of Blues to steer its proposal through the convoluted City Hall process.
The aluminum industry blossomed with the development of the Hall process and the price of aluminum dropped from $15/lb in 1884 to $0.
It is now clear that the new City Hall process has been terribly mismanaged and shrouded in secrecy from the very beginning, and that it has lost whatever credibility it may have once had.
THOUSAND OAKS - Thousands of residents plugged into what city officials called a state-of-the-art electronic town hall process to register public opinion over two weeks on four land-use scenarios for the 11-acre parcel east of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.