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mayoralty

the office or term of office of a mayor
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Jamal Al-Mulhim, deputy mayor, said that the mayoralty has a plan to connect the northern part of Dammam with the southern part, to ensure a free flow of traffic.
"The estimated cost of the project is $150 million," the Mayoralty said.
Feria lost against reelectionist Mayor Rhumyla Nicor-Mangilimutan in the mayoralty race by 3,835 votes.
He's making transport more affordable by freezing fares and has put tackling violent crime at the heart of his mayoralty He also wants to go further and faster to tackle air pollution and climate change.
After the congressman's death, Gertrudes took over her husband's bid in the mayoralty race in the municipality.
m.) Pasig City mayoralty candidate Vico Sotto in the morning of the midterm elections refused to cast his vote dueto defective automatedmachine.
Ibrahim bin Saleh bin Ali Al-Zamil to the post of Director of Significant Projects and Planning, 15 rank, a the Mayoralty of Riyadh Region.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) met to agree a process for combining the position of Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) with the mayoralty in time for the 2020 elections.
In 2011, Ahn considered running in a by-election for the Seoul mayoralty with his then support ratings exceeding 50 percent.
There is a real danger that the Tees Valley mayoralty will eventually lead to a latter-day, extended County Borough of Teesside, or Cleveland County.
Salama Al-Luhaibi, spokesman of the Madinah Mayoralty, said the sewage problem in the district would be solved by the concerned authorities.
NEWCASTLE has welcomed a new Lord Mayor - in the 800th anniversary year of the mayoralty of the city.