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City Hall

Building that houses the administrative offices of a city.
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'It seemed to me that it was not possible to make the City Hall more beautiful than it already is.
Come the 1970s, Led Zeppelin, Shirley Bassey, Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones, Elton John and David Bowie were just some of the A-listers who graced the City Hall stage.
LIVE: City Hall underpass being cleared of any obstruction
But SP-2676, S-2018 (Ordinance Imposing Fees for the use of Quezon City Hall Parking Building) which Herrera is a co-author imposes a P50 daily fee for city hall employees and P30 for the first three hours and P10 for every succeeding hour for non-city hall employees.
The county announced it would be acquiring its own revenue collection system after Jambopay said in January that it would not be renewing its contract with City Hall.
The Grade II-listed City Hall forms a major focus of the city's cultural heritage, as one of Newcastle's first dedicated concert venues, which also houses an original Harrison and Harrison Organ.
Ms Kahiga told the committee that City Hall had resolved to allow reduction of the employees through natural attrition.The committee accused the executive of misleading the board to advertise for employment vacancies in the lower cadre instead of hiring technical and other professional staff.
The City Hall opened its doors on Northumberland Road in 1927.
City Hall spokesman Met Measpheakdey said that 'after the deadline the City Hall will take action to implement our announcement'.
The 2.5-acre City Hall block at Pearl Street and East Eighth Avenue is fenced and vacant.
After the open carry law took effect in January, Austin banned firearms in its city hall under the law's "government court" exception, which prohibits them "on the premises of any government court or offices utilized by the court," unless a written regulation or the individual court authorizes it.