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1 Women hold majority on St. Louis Board of Aldermen for the first time
2 St. Louis Board of Aldermen unanimously pass police use of force legislation
3 4 vying for 3 open seats on Petersburg's board of Aldermen
4 Quitman Board of Aldermen approves BLM march for this weekend, Mayor disapproves due to COVID concerns
5 Oxford Board of Aldermen vote to scale back indoor gatherings
6 St. Louis aldermen put employee residency repeal on the Nov. 3 ballot
7 St Louis News: Board of Aldermen Unanimously Passes Legislation for Use of Force Policies
8 Aldermen hope Streatery will boost business activity downtown
9 Indicted La Vergne Alderman Matt Church resigns
10 Aldermen consider fireworks ordinance
11 City Of Lake Lotawana Board Of Aldermen Regular Meeting July 7, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
12 Local News: Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda 7-5-20 (7/4/20)
13 Aldermen award $1.12 million bid to construct new police station
14 Board of Aldermen considers resolution to make racism a public health crisis
15 Discussion of fire truck at reduced cost continues in Poplarville
16 New Melle Board of Aldermen Highlights 6-9-2020
17 Houston not mandating masks in public businesses | Chickasaw
18 Masks, Cure Violence and The Workhouse: St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Reed on city issues
19 Ocean Springs leadership not ready to pull trigger on tough COVID-19 mandates
20 Local News: Dexter Board of Aldermen approves election results (7/7/20)
21 Evans, Grass Win Seats On St. Louis Board Of Aldermen
22 New effort to put St. Louis residency rule repeal on ballot advances at Board of Aldermen
23 Columbia aldermen raise utility rates 20.5%
24 ALDERMEN: Utility bills again main topic at board meeting
25 ALDERMEN: Board approves $12.79 million budget for new fiscal year
26 Starkville Board of Aldermen to vote on mask ordinance
27 Board of Aldermen holds workshop to discuss the Frederick Police Department
28 City moves toward adopting comprehensive plan | New-albany-news |
29 Owensville Municipal Court cases will now be heard in Linn
30 St. Louis Board of Aldermen considers legislation to close The Workhouse
31 Anglace: BOE must recognize past failures before moving forward
32 Starkville to again require face masks
33 Old Fort Board of Aldermen to discuss town's Planning Board
34 City of Ripley to require masks indoors beginning Friday, July 10
35 Matt Church resigns as La Vergne alderman | News
36 Gallatin Board of Aldermen accept trash bid, agree to change pool hours
37 ‘Use of force’ bill moves forward in St. Louis Board of Aldermen
38 Lake Ozark Hires Community Economic Development Director | Business
39 New legislation introduced in the Board of Aldermen to close the St. Louis Workhouse
40 Wirt Named Interim St. Clair Police Chief — Hammack Retires After 32 Years
42 Aldermen keep mask requirement in place as COVID-19 cases increase
43 Airport Privatization Bill Heads To St. Louis Aldermen After 3 Hours And 21 Amendments
44 Aldermen approve purchase of fire truck at discount
45 Jackson Board of Aldermen approves lowering electric rates for customers
46 St. Louis Board of Aldermen to vote on ‘Use of force’ bill Friday
47 Columbia aldermen adopt new policies for police department
48 City Council scales back property board | TN State News
49 Natchez aldermen delay proceeding with pool grant
50 Welsh naming pavilion after educator | Local |
51 $1 million in taxes from restaurant district could fund indoor sports complex in WM
52 After delay, Olive Branch OKs its first townhome development
53 Petal Board of Aldermen issues ordinance to prohibit targeted residential picketing
54 Full Moon Barbecue coming to town
55 City votes against increasing penalty for violating Oxford’s mask ordinance
56 Choices abound for Natchez general election
57 City Of Lake Lotawana Board Of Aldermen Regular Meeting June 16, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
58 Moss Point citizens speak out about Black Lives Matter mural
59 Laredo Board of Aldermen approve new contract with Waste Corporation of Missouri
60 St. Louis alderwoman insists she’s not holding up COVID-19 money
61 City of Oxford approves changes to parking ticket fines
62 Nonpartisan election measure moves to St. Louis’ November ballot
63 Mayor announces cancer surgery; board talks mask mandate
64 Board of Aldermen amend Phase II of the "Serving Oxford Safely" recovery plan
65 Oxford mayor roles back guidelines for social gatherings, school district releases back to school plan
66 Branson’s Board of Alderman discuss closing their recycling center
67 West Jefferson Aldermen meeting for July | News |
68 Spickard Board of Aldermen table ordinance
69 Columbus & Starkville vote on mask ordinances
70 Mask mandates in Ozark and Nixa? It depends on what happens in Springfield
71 BILLY CREWS: Lafayette Co. citizens need to get involved
72 Aldermen approve use of parking spots for seating at Elm Street restaurants
73 Poplarville Aldermen enter E911 consolidation agreement
74 Bill to close 'The Workhouse' clears another hurdle
75 Mississippi COVID-19 numbers continue sharp climb with Wednesday report
76 Germantown: COVID-19 brings steep budget cuts, but no tax increase or dip in police funding
77 St. Louisans Against Mandatory Masks forms to counter mayor's decree
78 Aldermanic Preview: Downtown beautification, Massabesic traffic changes, Fisher Cat negotiations
79 Letter: Derby Mayor And Aldermen Should Be Part Of Budget Process
80 Public Vote On Leasing St. Louis Airport Advances After Long, Bitter Debate
81 Puxico Board of Aldermen reorganizes; trades bobcat for track loader
82 Granite Quarry discusses $100000 rollover for Joint Police Authority
83 Qualifying ongoing for alderman seat in Carrollton
84 Evictions resume in St. Louis as activists flock to City Hall in protest
85 Election this Saturday; mayoral candidates outline qualifications | Local/State Headlines
86 Board of Aldermen approves agreement with Frederick County on Coronavirus Relief Fund
87 Jackson aldermen hear options for making Hubble low-water bridge safer
88 Aldermen asked to fix grade dispute
89 St. Louis' 'Close The Workhouse' Campaign gears up to close the deal
90 Ava City Council: Aldermen, Clerk, Treasurer, Police Chief Begin New Terms
91 City board takes no action against Danczyk, firefighter for social media comments
92 Protesters gather outside City Hall calling for resignations of Aldermen Levasseur and Porter
93 Former Old Fort Planning Board member to run for mayor
94 Forsyth Board of Alderman request audit to review city finances
95 Board of Aldermen bill would put airport privatization on the November ballot
96 Ansonia aldermen approve bonding $3.1 million to finish police station, senior center, community room
97 St. Louis police department already abides by most changes suggested by board of aldermen bill
98 Fraud and theft indictments of La Vergne Alderman Matt Church involve hazardous waste firm
99 City receives CARES Act funding, Aldermen discuss Amoskeag camp
100 Locals speak out at Branson’s Board of Alderman meeting