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When I worked at Forbidden Planet and John was my boss, we had a flirtation going on that was basically him making fun of me, I recall him walking by me while I was reading an Eightball comic and eating yogurt on my lunch break. He said, "Trying to squeeze into that wedding dress for our big day, huh?" or something to that effect which made me crack up. Now, about 16 years later I am trying to squeeze into a dress to wear this wednesday for our tying of the knot at City Hall. DREAMS DO COME TRUE PEOPLE! It's basically just family coming and then a party in France but I will take lot so pics and maybe video of my crazy *** mom freaking out down there. *** YEAH! The circus comes to City Hall this week!
Giving a tour of Olvera Street & the Top of City Hall for Buckley School
Feliz dia de Portugal (Happy Portugal Day)! Raising the flag today at City Hall and Queen's Park.
Once Upon a Time a group of Redwood 6th Formers set off on a journey to Disneyland Paris. Tuesday We all had a brilliant journey to Paris; arrived at hotel, settled in and had a few drinks in the bar before bed. Wednesday We were up with the larks for breakfast at 8.00am. Tom and Sandra help get the lunches from the supermarket and then it was off to Disneyland on the bus. We arrived in Disneyland and checked into City Hall for our priority passes - no long queues for us! We started our adventures in Fantasyland where we enjoyed the magic of the Disney classics;- Sleeping Beauty Castle, Le Carrousel de Lancelot, Alice's Curious Labyrinth, Mad Hatter's Tea Cups, It's a Small World and Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains. Josh was delighted to take us all through the labyrinth. Sandra said it was "exciting and beautiful". Then it was onto explore Adventureland with the Pirates of the Caribbean, La Cabane des Robinson and Adventure Isle. Adele had the fright of her life as she bumped into Jack Sparrow! Alex felt ...
What I Did For Love Thursday, May 5, the National Day of Prayer, I drove across town to attend the noon gathering near the Kenner, Louisiana, City Hall. The lovely little park sports a pavilion large enough for a hundred people and we fairly filled it up. The temperature hovered in the low 70s, the humidity was low, and a breeze stirred the trees just beyond the memorial flag display. I could have stayed a week. An interfaith women's group has been assigned responsibility for the annual prayer observance, and they did an excellent job. Only two or three of us knew that the little white-haired lady on the second row, Josie Lanzetta, actually started these prayer observances nearly 15 years ago. She took it upon herself to call the mayor's office and ask if we could use the park and the pavilion for the prayer service. Sometimes a dozen of us would meet, and once or twice a school-bus load of children. In time, the idea caught on and now others have taken the leadership. Miss Josie is so kind and unassuming ...
Everyone with a son, we ask that you assemble at City Hall this Tuesday at 6 p.m. to support our efforts and demand for justice. Omar Johnson was murdered at a Wells Fargo drive through by a Norfolk police. No one deserves to be executed without due process of the law. PETA got support when the president killed a fly, and for someone not to support this cause, please state why without repeating the news media lie.
I'm sad to report that after 15 years of a stable relationship, the refrigerator has decided to call it quits. Fine. Just go. I can replace you, easily.
The Peace Tree Month celebration will be at City Hall on June 11. Visit our website for details:
Hi I plan to meet Birmingham BIke Company and roll out at 5 to be at the City of Irondale meeting at 5:30. If you can make it I would love it. If not the regular ride prevails at Iron City. The City of Irondale is holding a work session, specifically for cyclist, Tues., June 11th at 5:30 at City Hall, 101 20th Street South Irondale, AL 35210 to discuss the recent talk of a ban on a specific road. They want as many people as possible there for a roundtable discussion. They want to hear our voice and it's a good time to show how many people ride their bikes through Irondale. Let's show them. Please share. Contact: John W. London | (205) 240-7541 | jlondonGreen Social Commuter Ride from ! Iron City! at 6:15pm on Tuesday, 513 22nd St South. Slow tour around the City of Birmingham. Slow tour around the City of Birmingham. Drinks and Food to follow.Arrive about 15 minutes early to assemble bike, air tires, etc. WHEELS ROLL AT 6;15 !!! Tail Lights and Headlights are needed. A HELMET IS REQUIRED. Also a spare ...
Ok Bradenton its time to stop talking and spreading different rumors about the Mr.Craig Rodgers incident we are in city where we turn the other cheek and let the bad guys win WE GOT TO TAKE A STAND against the Bradenton Police Department. I never knew Mr.Craig Rodgers but Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie im sorry for your loss and I pray that the family pull thru this,But we are in tough times now and I know someone witness this and they need to speak up and stop whispering about it.I know the Rodgers family is financially stable to get the best lawyers in the game but for the family & friends its our job to go down and protest this slaying and back the family in this time of grieving. Now if we can drive 2 plus hours to protest and March for Trayvon Martin(r.i.p.) a young man that none of us had the pleasure to meet,im pretty sure we can drive ten minutes to Manatee Ave and March down to City Hall and protest,its enough Masons,Community Leaders, and NAACP Members to get this rally going! Dont sleep on this it ...
"Rolando Briones has business experience & problem solving skills we need at City Hall...clearly the best choice for - Lamar Smith
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s final farewell, the Diverse Heritage Celebration, LA! and welcoming our newly elected Mayor Eric Garcetti was held at the LA City Hall last night. It was a fun event with special appearances by President Bill Clinton, County Supervisor Gloria Molina, LA City Council President Wesson, Stevie Wonder, Ryan Seacrest, and Wanda Sykes!
Backflips in the City Hall reflection pool @ Houston Beer Festival
They are going to the top of the 20th inning at citi field mets marlins hall of famer Tom Seaver gets the call from the bullpen game tied at 1
Don't miss this great event tomorrow. Open to all and free. Your opportunity to meet with Muslim women. 93 local Muslim women have been involved with the planning, coordination and execution of this great event. Enjoy the debut performance of the play, Footsteps: The Counter Narrative, inspiring spoken word poetry, fascinating panel presentation, an a dazzling bazaar. See you all at the City Hall tomorrow. Come at 12:30 to give yourself some time to browse the bazaar before the program starts,
Why am I not 21? I could be drinking beer at Houston Beer Fest outside of City Hall right now! Getting toasted on the mayor's front lawn? Sounds like a dream come true
It does. I'd love for City Hall to do a Comic Fair. I'm so going back to Comic Con next year too.
Councilmember Tom LaBonge Announces Six 'Stages' of Annual Summer Bike Ride Series: 'Tour LaBonge' There will be six stages of this year's Tour LaBonge, on successive Wednesday evenings throughout his Fourth District. The stages are as follows: 6.5.13: City Hall (Meet at the Sister Cities Sign at First / Main.) 6.12.13: Griffith Park (Meet at the Mulholland Fountain at Riverside / Los Feliz.) 6.19.13: Sherman Oaks (Meet at Fire Station 88 at 5101 Sepulveda Boulevard.) 6.26.13: Fourth Street (Meet at Shatto Park at 3191 Fourth Street.) 7.10.13: Toluca Lake (Meet at Councilmember LaBonge's Valley Field Office at 10116 Riverside Drive.) 7.17.13: Hollywood (Meet at Councilmember LaBonge's Hollywood Field Office at 6501 Fountain Avenue.) "There's no greater place to enjoy the summer outdoors than in the City of Los Angeles," Councilmember LaBonge said. "Come see it with your own two wheels." All rides will take place at 6 p.m, and police will provide traffic control. All riders must be at least 12 years of age ...
Advance carnival vouchers will be on sale at City Hall, Get N Go & Sunshine Foods. $15 per wristband voucher to ride unlimited rides during one of the following times: Thursday 5-10 pm Friday 12-5 pm Friday 5-10 pm Saturday 12-5 pm Saturday 5-10 pm Individual tickets will be on sale at the carnival for $1 a ticket, it takes roughly 3-6 tickets per ride. Wristband vouchers on sale at the carnival for $20 per voucher. Teapot Days T-shirts available at City Hall or Sunshine Foods in June, $10 each, adult sizes S-XXL. Coozies will be avilable at the park on June 15. Thursday, June 13, 2012 The Mighty Thomas Carnival - 5:00 pm to Dusk - Location: Brian St. next to the park Crowning of Ma & Pa Teapot - Tea Community Hall, 7:00 pm. Musical program by Dawn Sigl. Vote for Ma & Pa Teapot early at Sunshine Foods & Pizza Ranch. Friday, June 14, 2013 Antique Tractor & Equipment Display - Tea Community Hall, 200 W. Maple St. FREE Car & Motorcycle Show & Shine - Main St./Downtown - Registration at 5 pm - Show from 6-9 . ...
Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti wants to hear ideas from Angelenos about how to improve our economy, make City Hall...
Don't forget to visit the Veterans Memorial at the Cottage Grove Public Safety Center/City Hall
AGENDA CITY OF MOUNT CARMEL REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING Monday June 10, 2013 5pm at City Hall * Invocation * Roll Call * Visitors to address the Council (topics discussed by visitors is limited to 10 minutes) o Dean Kieffer- Kieffer Construction * Mayor’s Report COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: * *** Shoaff Finance and Senior Citizens * Joseph Judge Streets, Cemeteries and Parks * Rod Rodriguez Fire, Health & Safety, City Hall, Garbage and Civil Defense * Norman Brunson Water and Sewer STAFF REPORTS: * Rudy Witsman * Tom Price * Mike Gidcumb BUSINESS: * Resolution R-603 to approve MFT expenditure for chip and seal * Ordinance 991 – Prevailing Wage for 2013 * Vacate alley along the South and West sides of the B & G building * Motion to approve the minutes of the regular Council meeting held on 5/28/2013 * Motion to approve payment of all bills bearing the proper signature * Executive Session (if needed) * Motion to Adjourn
Just watched Bill Clinton, Stevie Wonder, Ryan Secrest, our mayor, and Wanda Sykes perform in front of City Hall. Awesome!
I'm in Downtown L.A. in front of City Hall at the Block Party. Missed President Bill Clinton but this jazz group on stage is really good. The Secret Service is here like its a Secret Service convention. & the food trucks too...
It is raining harder INSIDE the City Hall station than it is outside.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford insists its business as usual at City Hall, but some councillors are finding it hard to do their work with the drug allegations against the mayor are still in the air.
Hey, this is why you should be at City Hall right now volunteering to dissolve your zero tax deal:
(David) And now... a short Philly fact. (Tom Barocroft) Thank you, David. In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, there was a "gentlemen's agreement" not to build any structure in Center City higher than the statue of William Penn on top of Philadelphia City Hall. The tradition lasted until the 1980s when developer Willard G. Rouse III of Rouse & Associates announced plans to build an office building complex that included two towers taller than City Hall. (Stay Tuned for Part II)
Congratulations on your exciting new job with the mayor of Toronto—and welcome to City Hall! Have you quit yet? No? Good, just checking. As a new employee, you’re likely to have many questions about working in the ofﬁce of Rob Ford—questions like, “Where is the washroom?” and, “How will I ever again look at myself in the mirror?” Relax. First-day jitters and grave doubts about the integrity of your moral compass are normal! This orientation guide will bring you up to speed on everything you need to know about being a staffer for Mayor Rob Ford and pretending that’s OK. The first rule: Verb tenses are very important in Rob Ford’s office. For instance, the mayor is on record as saying, “I do not use crack cocaine.” Note that he did not say, “I have never used crack cocaine.” With that in mind, we’d like to officially welcome you on board and say, “You are not regretting this decision for the rest of your career.” Here’s some general information you may find handy: •The ...
Tonight. While you are cruising around First Friday Milwaukie head over to the vendor booth across from City Hall and check out the Elks Lodge Milwaukie, OR and sign up! Their list of amenities, for $144 a year, at 60,000 sq. ft., is ridiculous: Olympic Size Pool, Horseshoes, outdoor bar, picnic tables, 8 lane bowling alley... Bars. Bars. Bars. Karaoke, Ping Pong, Elevators, FUN. Entrance to/RV parking at ALL Elks Lodges across America FULL SIZE basketball court, and on, and on, and on. Tell them Milwaukie Rules! sent ya!
Just walked past City Hall. Memorial fenced off and lots of police. Tomorrow is shaping up to be a bit scary...
The Veteran's Memorial Committee will be collecting worn and frayed flags in recognition of Flag Day (June 14). The flags will be given to the American Legion for proper disposal. Please drop off your flags at City Hall (1584 Hadley) prior to or on June 14 (or anytime during the year!)
Tonight on Main Street!! Country, Classic & Southern Rock Coming to Music on Main Street The Chamber and City of Porterville welcome Certified Country to the Centennial Park Gazebo Stage this Friday, June 7th. Certified Country has been together since 1995, and play at a variety of venues in the South Valley area from Bakersfield to Fresno. They specialize in country music, but also play a mix of classic and southern rock depending on the preference of their audience. Residents and visitors are invited to gather for an evening of entertainment featuring these experienced musicians from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Centennial Park. The musical entertainment is free and attendees are welcome to use the provided chairs and benches or bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, and refreshments for personal comfort. Porterville's Centennial Park is located at the corner of Main Street and Cleveland Avenue directly across from Porterville's City Hall. For more information, call the Porterville Chamber at 784-7502.
Busy busy day today working from home, and then off to the Rally in Hamilton at Hamilton's City Hall at 71 Main Street West from 4-6 to draw attention to the impact of cuts to Child Welfare Funding across the province and to support our sister agency HamiltonCAS; we need to speak up and let our voices be heard on how this is going to impact our families, our children, and our communities; so please come down and join us to rally in front of Hamilton's City Hall.
So proud of all the volunteers putting in days of extra work to prepare staffing, tech, media, music & graphics for City Hall! U R awesome!
Engine 1 and Ladder 2 to City Hall, 62 Civic Center Plaza for two people stuck in an elevator
At the City Hall meeting on Monday June 10th Cornwall Youth Advisory Chair Josh Welsh and Vice-Chair Edward Ross will be making a Presentation to Council about the committee's activities this year.
Russell Brand to appear on 'Question Time' alongside Boris Johnson Russell Brand is to appear on BBC One's Question Time. The 38-year-old comedian will take part in the political debate show on Thursday, June 20, with London Mayor Boris Johnson also appearing on the panel. Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey, Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood Tessa Jowell, and journalist and author Melanie Phillips will also appear on the edition. The episode, chaired by presenter David Dimbleby, will be broadcast from London's City Hall. Question Time is broadcast at 10.35pm on Thursdays on BBC One. Brand recently backed a Green Party petition to look at the effects of UK drug laws. It was confirmed today (June 6) that Brand's FX series Brand X will not be returning for a third season, although the stand-up is working with the network on a new format.
I have no words to say about this video. Watch yourself & feel. - The GREATEST MAN on Earth! Like & Share!
Saturday nights concert in Rancho Santa Margarita will be in Central Park by City Hall.
Johnny DuPree wins Hattiesburg mayoral race by 37 votes, unofficial results say: HATTIESBURG, Mississpipi -- Unofficial votes show Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree winning re-election by 37 votes. After affidavit ballots were counted Thursday, Dupree had 4,775 votes and Dave Ware had 4,738, according to the Hattiesburg American. DuPree is a Democrat and Ware is a City Council member who ran for mayor as an Independent. Three other independents also ran for mayor in Tuesday's election. It wasn't immediately clear if Ware would ask for a recount. There have been some problems reported. Election officials were alarmed Thursday to find that ballots were left overnight in an open vault inside an unlocked City Hall. Officials determined the seal on the ballot box did not appear to be tampered with. The affidavit breakdown was 25 for DuPree and 21 for Ware. There also was a dispute over the affidavit ballot of Bridgett Cooley, a Hattiesburg resident. Cooley and her husband moved to Hattiesburg from Petal before t ...
Very excited to perform at West Park Arts Fest after great rehearsal tonite with Ricardo Martino Luke Walker Brandon Krakowsky Naeemah Z. Maddox Anam Owili-Eger & after great City Hall action this am with quick & impressive appearance from Ismail Yusef-Ali Abdus-Salaam . FAMILY FRIENDLY! BRING THE KIDS! 11-5 I go on at 12noon
150 days before the opening of the Aqueduct Futures exhibit at LA City Hall and 151 days till the November 5th centennial of the Los Angeles Aqueduct!
Democrats vs Democrats: Bickering and screaming inside Covington's City Hall. Commissioner Frank wrote that it's worse than the public knows.
Left Forum at Pace University, next to City Hall in NYC (just by Park Row and the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan) The clock is ticking. Lynne Stewart & all political prisoners are being targeted for killing on American soil and we must put an end to all overreaching government prosecutions NOW. Once again, a theme of the LEFT FORUM is the root of the reason why political prisoners exist. Political prisoners are a result of movement struggles to confront the problems of economic and ecological institutions in a capitalist society. Without understanding these roots, it is difficult, if not impossible for movements to unify. "Without struggle there is no progress", i.e., no transformation. The objective of this panel discussion will be to develop a vehicle to accomplish this. The speakers will be: Ralph Poynter, chairing Jess Sundin Sue Udry Anne Lamb Pam Africa Matthis Chiroux Christopher Towne For more information, go to the Left Forum website at:
ACTION ALERT!!! ***please feel free to share this status by copying and pasting it*** Got a heads up from a housing justice superhero that this agenda item at today's City Council Meeting needs support. Apparently, representatives of the apartment rental industry are holding a press conference at City Hall to urge councilmembers to NOT pass this resolution, but WE WANT IT PASSED. If you can be at City Hall at 6 PM tonight to support this resolution, please do so! * Here's the email I received from Ruby Roa (Austin's Housing Justice Superhero) We must show up to support RENTAL REGISTRATION ! WE MUST MAKE SURE TO BE AT CITY HALL AT 6:OO PM. The apartment industry is giving a full on press at city hall to defeat the resolutions, especially Kathie's! The heat is on now! We must support Kathie's resolution, we must not allow it to be defeated by the power of money against the power of organized people. * And here's more information about the program (I'll try to post more if I can find it. If anyone has time t ...
Best thing ever: August 28th is declared Kurt Vile day in Philadelphia AND he's playing a free show at City Hall.
What with City Hall, the police, Toronto's drug dealers, and the media playing a major role in the Rob Ford crack scandal there's no real-life parallel to this evolving story—it's more like a work of…
A good number of years ago, while living at First Community Village, Doctor Victor Barricklow wrote this to the tune of “And They Called it Ireland.” He lived on the south side of First Ave. close to Elmwood Ave. and was an optometrist who practiced on Grandview Avenue for many years. Oh a little bit of heaven fell From out the sky so blue. And then it formed the hilltop That’s well known to most of you. And when the first man saw it He so loved the splendid sights He said, “I’ll tell you what I’ll do I’ll name it Grandview Heights.” Then on that hill some homes appeared. Some large, and some were small. And then some shops, a bank, a school, And finally, City Hall. It grew to be a town so fast, It seemed like overnight. And then the Bobcat Boosters formed To back the Blue and White. While other cities grew and grew Encroaching on the farms, Grandview Heights has stayed quite small And kept it’s early charms. No matter, where you travel to By land, or sea, or air, You’ll think of days ...
We have confirmed: A Hattiesburg City Hall employee called police last night who checked on the ballots after discovering City Hall had been left unlocked and the ballots unprotected. After checking and coming to the conclusion there had been no tampering, police filed no report.
UPDATE (7:48 A.M. THURSDAY) I just received a briefing from Jay Parchman, City of Lubbock Emergency Management Coordinator. I took notes as best as I could as he spoke. The City is working on putting together a press release. Here are my notes: 1. Highest local area winds reported in Wolfforth at 84 mph. Others were: Reese Air Force Base at 81 mph, airport at 71 mph 2. Rain is estimated to have produced 1.5 inches 3. Only 2 minor injuries reported (that we know of): a. apartment complex injury - abrasion on leg b. 7-11 awning collapsed - injured arm as the awning collapsed, East Lubbock 4. Other incidents: Motor Inn of America, City Hall basement flooded, Ashley Furniture roof damaged 5. Pea size as reported by the National Weather Service however, others reported dime to quarter size hail. 6. Heart Hospital roof damage, some patients moved 7. 10, 000 citizens still without electricity, should take most of the day to restore (LP&L) 8. Power lines down, Codes Enforcement and Parks employees clearing stre . ...
Option (3) Duration : 13 Days / 12 Nights Places : Yangon –Inle –Pindaya- Kalaw-Mont Popa-Bagan- Pakkoku-Monywa-Mandalay-Yangon Day 01, Arrival Yangon (by morning flight) Upon arrival at Yangon International Airport, welcome and meet with local guide. Then transfer to hotel for check in. Your sightseeing begins by visiting Chaukhtatkyi Pagoda, houses the fourth largest colossal reclining Buddha, Kabar Aye Pagoda, which is significant for its Sixth Synod which was held in its large compound in 1954, Mahapasana Cave, located in the same compound and then photo stop at the heart of Yangon such as Sule Pagoda, Maha Bandoola Park with Independence Monument, City Hall, High Court and many colonial style buildings. Evening visit to the magnificent Shwedagon pagoda, landmark of Myanmar and one of the greatest wonders of the world. Overnight at Hotel in Yangon. Day 02, Yangon-Heho-Inle Lake (by morning flight) Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to airport for flight to Heho for Inle Lake. On the way to Jetty ...
City Hall was beautifully lit by the morning sun. Serene. Cinematic. Philadelphia is a fine city.
AT&T proposed to install 726 private utility boxes on our sidewalks, parks, and neighborhoods in the Spring of 2011. After months of meetings at City Hall, the Board of Supervisors upheld the Planning Department's negative declaration that AT&T's project did not have any cumulative impact on the pub...
- That's when Mayor Hazel McCallion will find out where she'll be spending the next 16 months — at City Hall or in her Streetsville home enjoying forced retirement. Until then, let's speculate. As Mississauga residents await what could be a historic decision by Superior Court Justice John Sproat on whether one of Canada's most popular sitting mayors will be turfed from office or exonerated of conflict of interest charges, taxpayers should be made aware of the possible outcomes and consequences. Sproat is tasked with determining if McCallion, 92, breached the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act when she voted on Region of Peel bylaw amendments in 2007 that stood to save her son's company millions of dollars. If he finds her guilty, but rules she breached the Act by an error in judgment or inadvertently, as her defence has suggested, the judge could simply scold her but not order any sanctions. He could rule that she must incur the costs of Elias Hazineh, who filed the conflict charge against the longtime ...
Another stellar experience in Tennessee! The lady that gave me the hints to go park downtown Nashville was bang on the money. Only locals know to park at City Hall, avoid the rat race and you only have to walk a few extra blocks. Only 3 bucks and no hassles with traffic as it is right off the bridge as you get off the Interstate to enter the city. With the Country Music Awards happening this week, Broadway Street was hopping. Along with all the bars, pubs and hotels who each have their own entertainment there was also a grand stand right in the thick of it. I am not a huge country music guy but I must say the music was excellent. Couldn't tell you the name of the band I was listening to but they were from Wisconsin. They must be popular cause all those music fans knew all the words to their songs! I did manage to make it to Hodgenville, Kentucky and went to the Lincoln museum. Interesting but not stellar, it was nice to take a break from the Interstate though and enjoy the country side although I swear I ...
We'll be live on WPTZ in 20 minutes. We're in front of City Hall w/ a big crowd listening to S BTV's jazz band.
Come out to Gignilliat Field June 18th to honor our Wounded Warriors. BBQ chicken dinner tickets will be on sale at City Hall that you can purchase in advance. 6:30-9:30 the band Soul Feathers will be playing, 7:00pm we will welcome onto Gignilliat Field the Wounded Warriors, around 9:30pm the night will end with a great fireworks show. Tickets are $5.00 each or 4 for $15.00 and beer will be $4.00 for a 16oz. glass.
New resolution: start every day by making myself presentable. I love that working from home allows me to lounge around in my pj's, but today, that did me no favours. There I was, doing some social media stuff and editing some photos. At my desk. Draped in baggy sleepwear. And with yesterday's mascara still partially smudged under my eyes. Hot, I know. And then I get a call from a CTV reporter asking if we can tape an interview about Outdoor Salsa at City Hall in less than an hour. I have never, ever, thrown on clothes and make-up so fast in my life. Managed to make myself look ok (I hope!), but there was zero poise involved in that "getting ready" process.
Milwaukee, City Hall building to the right -and- The "fireproof" Milwaukee Pabst Theatre to your left (named after one of our beer barons - Pabst). This Theatre was built after an early -mostly wooden- theater had burned to the ground - circa 1890's.
Very exciting news for Music For Young Children Brantford & myself.the City is going to be doing a feature on my studio ...coming up this month for Arts and Culture AND .several of my students will also be receiving an award from the Mayor's office for their Eastern Canada and International Award winning compositions this year.we have all been invited to City Hall to meet Mr. Mayor and the City Counsel members on Monday June 24 ...Lauren Persall and Barret Hart will be our studio's ambassadors and will be receiving a personal award from Mr. Mayor himself In advance .THANK YOU Chris Friel Mr. Mayor
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he will “absolutely” survive the crack video scandal that has rocked City Hall to its foundation and, if the revelation that the recording itself is “gone” is accurate, that is more than likely correct. That’s … Continue reading →
Hey guy - here is info on the upcoming summer music festival in Culver City. Hope to see you there. Culver City Music Summer Festival Begins July 11, 2013. Summer breezes, an intimate courtyard, free parking and great music are promised at the 2013 Culver City’s Music Summer Festival including six free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 11 through August 15 in the courtyard of Culver City City Hall. -- A capella Doo *** from the Mighty Echoes and acoustic blues with Doug MacLeod (July 11) -- An eclectic mix of country, bluegrass, rock and jazz with Ryan Shupe & The RubberBand (July 18) -- Jazz and blues diva Barbara Morrison (July 25) -- Hot country, rock and blues guitar with Albert Lee (Aug 1) -- Afro-Cuban/Salsa from Ricardo Lemvo and Makina Loca (Aug 8) -- Premier Led Zeppelin tribute band Led Zepagain (Aug 15) Avoid the crowds and parking hassles of other areas on the Westside. Parking is free underneath City Hall in the City Hall Garage and dozens of dining options are available withi ...
10:07 AM To: Heather Elliott Got off of the eastbound train at City Hall and an Oriental man walked past with a Cookie Monster Shirt on with text: I'm Boss (something else). I told him in passing that I really liked his t-shirt. I had just come from the Creative Centre of the Mustard Seed at 102 11 Ave SW to check for phone messages (had none). Taifun (Ty) the artist from the Housing Unit across the street was there and inquired how I was. It was no surprise to me to run into the Cookie Monster T-Shirt (I am an artist) toady as when I was still living at the housing unit, they had a Cookie Monster (huge) that had been moving around the common area in the laundry facilities. I actually documented 'kidnapping' Cookie Monster and hiding him in my room for a while (Pastor Pat Victory Church/Volunteer Patrick/Notes in the Credenza in Kelly/Ty Ragan's office (Tyler no longer working for them went back to school...saw him in library recently ...do you have a place where we can meet?). At any rate, I shall ...
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE BEFORE THE TROY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR INLOTS 3501-3502-3503 (1509 WEST Main Street, TROY, OHIO) FROM THE ZONING OF OR-1 (Office-Residential District) TO OC-1 (Office-Commercial District) On Wednesday, July 10, 2013, at 3:30 PM in Council Chambers, second floor of the City Hall, 100 S. Market St., Troy, OH, the Troy Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the rezoning of inlets 3501-3502-3503, located at 1509 W. Main St., Troy, Ohio, from the current zoning of OR-1 (Office-Residential) to OC-1 (Office-Commercial). These lots are further defined as Miami County Auditor Parcel No. D08-250575. The property owner is the First Church of Christ Scientist, and the applicant is Sandra Webb. Following the public hearing, the Troy Planning Commission will forward a recommendation to Troy City Council on this rezoning request. A map of the lots proposed for rezoning on file with the Secretary to the Troy Planning Commission, second floor, City Hall, T ...
Things that have made this day a rather good one: - I got confirmed for a Photo Exhibit at Lidingö City Hall. The Photo Exhibit will contain 15 images about the Lidingö Tram, that is due to be subjected to a major overhaul for two years. The exhibit will start at the same time as the work begins. - I got confirmed for a job that will land me a lot of money. Not enough to empty vapenbutiken but close to it. - I have seen a bunch of cool naval ships. Sure, I did not get to see the Visby, but there are more chances. - And most important of all. I got my camera back from the workship. The work was under warranty, so did not pay a thing. Have to return the lent one ASAP.
ART Exhibit Downtown Fresno at City Hall on the 1st Floor. Tim Williams is Very Talented
A new exhibit opening Wednesday at City Hall chronicles the civil rights movement in Baltimore through photographs, and the Maryland Historical Society is hoping for help to complete the display before it travels around the state. Kim Dacey reports.
Two lucky breaks in half an hour. I was looking at Waterlooplein and thought: Wow, it's busy. Better leave my bike here at Jodenbreestraat and walk the rest. Then I got to City Hall. (I believe that's what you North Americans call it?) And there was a bunch of police there, with literally a File of cyclists waiting behind them, ready to get a 50 euro fine. Which I didn't get, because I'd left my bike behind, and I didn't even realise cycling was forbidden at Waterlooplein on market days. Then I got my new passport. And it's over 50 euros which is already ridiculous. But when you have to get a new one because of self inflicted damage to it, you get a 40+ euro fine on top of it. So nearly a hundred euros. But I got the rookie at the desk, who was sat next to the girl who knew it all, but apparently he didn't know all the rules yet himself, so he skipped the fine, and I got to pay the fifty something. 50+40 euros I would have to (unjustly) pay today, and Didn't. Not bad. Good luck everyone! And God bless.
Now soliciting dinner and breakfast recommendations for Philadelphia, PA. Staying near City Hall. I am not interested in having a cheesesteak any more than you would be interested in having baked beans if you visited Boston.
MANY POLICE DEPARTMENT Good Wednesday Morning from the Many Police Department. It has been a quiet last 48 hours for the department. Many Mayors’ Court was held on Monday evening at City Hall and the court docket included 105 citations written by MPD officers. A few of the calls that the MPD responded to in the last 48 hours includes: Officers were sent to a local business after the clerk reported that a male subject had gone into their bathroom and would not come out. According to the witnesses, the subject was just standing in front of the mirror talking to himself. Officers arrived and sent the 30 year old man on his way. Officers responded to Day Street after a caller stated that a young girl had been injured while riding a bike. Officers found the girl had wrecked the bike and a part of the braking mechanism had entered her knee and it could not be removed. An ambulance was called and the medics were able to cut a cable that freed her from the bike and she was taken to the hospital to have the rema ...
A long day today. Rolled into Brandon from Wpg airport at 1 this morning. Up and out the door a few hours latter it seemed in order to bring greetings to 120 school kids at Brandon's first Enviro Expo ( which was great- lots of fun demonstrations), a couple of quick meetings at City Hall and the back into Winnipeg to watch Judge Jim's first Citizenship Ceremony (well done!) and then back to Brandon just in time for City Council. A great Environmental Strategy, multifamily garbage and recycling pick up, a new City Council committee focused on building an Age-Friendly city, a new rock truck, among the agenda items. Just a tad overtired so finding it hard to wind down. Hanging out with my FB peeps is a lovely way to wrap up the day. Night all!
Mayor Rob Ford runs the media gauntlet to get back to his office at City Hall in Toronto on May 31, 2013. (Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)
Las Flores Aquatics Center opens for all swim classes and programs June 10th. Register online or in person at City Hall, 3660 D Street. Private lesson registration is ongoing and must be done in person. Call (909) 596-8700 for more information.
Today Mayor Applebaum welcomed 3 boxing world legends and Ziarul Impact was invited by his office to be present for a photo opportunity with Jake "Raging Bull" LaMotta, Sugar Ray Leonard and Leon Spinks for the signing of the "Livre d'Or de Montreal" at City Hall.
If you're at City Hall on Wed, stop by to hear Scanlon.Louis' RoseAnn Scanlon's testimony on women on corporate boards.
Come join us tonight for the Payette HTC Meeting!! Exciting things happening in our communities, be a part of it! 7pm-8pm, City Hall!
CALENDAR for REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL of the CITY OF Long Beach held JUNE 4, 2013 7PM at City Hall - 1. Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Purchase Four Clean Air Diesel Gillig Buses. 2. Resolution Establishing Base Proportions in Accordance with Provisions of Article 19 of the Real Property Tax Law. 3. Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Pay Administrative Costs Under the Emergency Tenant Protection Act, Authorizing the Passing On of Administrative Costs to the Owners of the Buildings Included Under Such Act, and Directing the City Comptroller to Make Billing Therefore. 4. Resolution Authorizing Publication of a Notice of Public Hearing of an Application to Waive the Off-Street Parking Requirements for Premises: 891B West Beech Street (street floor), Long Beach, New York. Re: Art Studio (Educational Art Classes) ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Proclamations Presented to the following Businesses, Individuals and Artists for Their Contributions, Hard Work, Time and Effort that They Generously Donated ...
What has our life become? Sunday night of a Bank Holiday weekend and all in for the night, sipping water, eating pasta and in bed by ten. We laughed yesterday morning when one of our lads said to his missus who was also running yesterday, c’mon bed and it was only 9.45pm. What’ll we do so early she said. Not what you think he said for once. Our day as did most began at 6.30am, same as every morning really. Hit the city for about 8. Met wit the gang, sent off our marathoners and we headed for the start of the half. City Hall a bit of a shambles trying to get buses to the starting point. Was half tempted if a bus hadn’t come to do a warm up run out to Mahon. Massive crowd in Mahon, all waiting for the start. Potions taken in time for a 10.30am start and we waited and waited. Finally 11am, kick off. Start line was a painted white line on the road and we were told press start on the watch as we crossed, no chip start. I’m beginning to wonder what my €60 actually went towards, are Cork City Marathon ...
a few drinks with the lads tomorrow.Tom Stade at City Hall with Susan on Thursday.more drinks on Saturday to celebrate a mate of Sues birthday.roll on...:)
OK! WILMOT, AR. it time to show our neighbors PARKDALE, AR. some love & support with their 5th annual Bar-B-QUE RIB cook off. They said we could never bet them in basketball so let's dominate them in VOLLEYBALL. I need both town to form a team, and I will try to throw a Crossett team in just incase, but I expect Wilmot to bring home the trophy and set it in the City Hall. Antina Jackson, Mable Block, Vallerie Smith, Leonard Watkins, Randy Smith, Randall Shelton, Pearlean Smith, Felicia BrownSugar Caldwell, Miranda Caldwell. Herbert Watkins do we have a team in Hamburg?? AND you know the kids will not be left, more fun is planned for them!
An update on Bracket Cave from Bat Conservation International (via Laurel - thanks Laurel!): San Antonio's City Council Meeting was a Success Dear BCI Supporters: On Wednesday, May 29th, we spoke before the San Antonio City Council and a packed City Hall against the proposed Crescent Hills development next to Bracken Cave Preserve. We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone who attended the meeting, signed the petition, sent letters, and made calls to city officials. We presented our 12-day old petition against the Crescent Hills development to the mayor and council at the meeting. With 13,300 signatures from more than 70 countries, our petition definitely made an impact. Letters from a number of our academic Bracken partners were also submitted calling for the protection of Bracken Cave. Representatives from Texas Parks, the San Antonio Zoo, the Army’s Camp Bullis, Audubon Texas, Sierra Club, Preserve Texas Heritage Association, the Heritage Group, and the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center were ...
Notice and agenda filed in the office of the City Clerk and posted at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, May 31, 2013.
Now onto Hull for tonight's Rock challenge event at the City Hall, will be a good night -though a little warm for the old tunic
Thanks for the great tour of City Hall & public art yesterday by the Cultural Planning Dept. Rebecca et al rocked!
Tonight is the regular meeting of the Zion City Council, 7:00 pm at City Hall. Items of interest on the agenda: A Special Presentation from Zion Solutions (the nuclear plant decommission company), an amendment to the Municipal Code regarding membership on the TIF Review Board, sidewalk program bids, appointments to Boards and Commissions per the Mayor, and the appointment of Rich Ianson (Building Dept)as Public Health Officer. I hope to see you there.
The Mayor, the City Manager, and 6 Democrats on Council communicated that if they didn't get their parking deal, large numbers of police and fire fighters would lose their jobs. As a matter of fact, citizens were threatened by these politicians that if voters signed the petition, they were signing pink slips for first responders. The proclaimed layoffs were supposedly the justification for calling the parking deal an emergency ordinance. The officials argued this same view to two separate courts. The political figures at City Hall used radio and tv media to attempt to convince voters not to sign the petition as a way to transfer the responsibility of balancing the budget from themselves to the citizens of Cincinnati. Now you all know they mislead the public when NO police or fire fighters were laid off last Thursday. I want to emphasize that the layoffs of sanitation workers on July 1, 2013 are NOT necessary! The solution for better government is to vote smart this coming November. Politics 101
Morning All: Today is election day for municipalities throughout the State of Mississippi. Please exercise your RIGHT to vote. I'll be joining you as a voter and as a poll watcher in Ocean Springs. Polls are open from 7 am to 7 pm and if you belong to Ward 1, please vote at City Hall in beautiful (thanks to Mayor Moran!), downtown Ocean Springs. NO VOTER ID is required; however, you must be registered to vote. VOTE TO RE-ELECT CONNIE MORAN and guarantee the continued progress of our wonderful town.
Alexander Milne Calder, who created over 250 individual sculptures that adorn Philadelphia's City Hall (including...
Sarah Chang the great Violinist of our time Will be in Durban next week Thursday along with the KZNPO serenading City Hall with nothing but Muzik!! Can't wait and see you there if you come!! Mcwaaa
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales scrambled the balance of power at City Hall with surprising bureau assignments this afternoon. Hales officially distributed city bureaus today, after his office ran all 27
The special election to approve the local law amending the city charter to make the position of controller appointed is tomorrow 6/4/13. Please vote at City Hall. Municipal finance is a highly complicated and specialized business. The City of Amsterdam has a $27M budget and over 200 employees. We need someone that has the education and experience to manage our money! Please vote YES! This is a great opportunity to improve the operation of local government.
People, stop complaining about the refs. Did it ever occur to anyone that the heat are just good? And if the refs are really helping the heat... Miami would of swept. Why can't we enjoy the best player on the planet? Just cause he isn't Jordan? Seriously get over it. A player like LeBron doesn't come that often.
I went to City Hall to pay the water bill and there was NO parking! The lot behind the building was full and the street parking was being coned off. A film crew was out in full force taking over the courtyard in front of city hall. I parked on the street as the guy was coming with cones and he let me know he was coning off the area because they were going to begin filming. I told him I would be out of his hair in three minutes. So here comes his boss, with his Janet Jackson microphone headset and his tool belt full of cables and who knows what else. He came up to my window and said, "he was just going to put cones here and we are ready to film." So I looked at him and said, "oh good and I'm ready to pay my water bill. It'll only take a few minutes." At that moment, I wished for the first time in my life, that I had twelve kids to unload off the truck but I only have two. So we marched into City Hall and Mr. Janet Jackson followed me and patiently waited as I stood in line and paid the water bill. He opene ...
An old photo of City Hall when it was the Spring Village Shopping Center.
Mt. Abraham Union High School Jazz Band on the City Hall stage at Discover Jazz Festival.
Update on the Tyndall situation... There was a meeting at City Hall this afternoon which included a colonel and a couple of other folks from Tyndall, the mayor, City Manager, Steve Southerland, and several people from the county. Tyndall was surprised at the amount of attention this has drawn and explained that it was a misunderstanding, that they had no intentions of restricting the total access of their property, they just wanted the authority to do so if needed. They are supposed to meet with the county commissioners tomorrow to further explain their needs and intentions.
Parents and friends- HTESG must present before the city's Board of Adjustment tomorrow (Tues.) at 6:30 pm and would love to see you show your support by attending! The goal is for the new building to get a change in its setback, which will be required in order for the school to move into the former Savannah Grande/Villa East location. Our item is first on the agenda, so it should be over at a reasonable hour. You will have an opportunity to speak to the board on the school's behalf, although it is not required. Just the presence of HTESG families will be helpful, and children are welcome to attend. The meeting is Tuesday, June 4, beginning at 6:30 p.m. It will be held in room 16 (basement) of City Hall, which is located at 200 E. University Ave. (across the street from the downtown school).
Dear Neighbors, We've been informed that Vice Mayor Robert Garcia is proposing legislation that request the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) improve safety, security and the quality of the rider experience on the Blue Line as it traverses Long Beach. These items will be put before the City Council for a vote on June 4th in the Council Chambers about 5pm at City Hall. Please read more from Vice Mayor Robert Garcia below... Dear Neighbor: The Los Angeles County Metro Blue Line opened in 1990 and is the second busiest line in the Metro system with over 26 million boardings a year. The Blue Line runs north-south between Downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach and passes through the cities of Compton, Willowbrook and Watts. The City of Long Beach has 8 stops, each with pedestrian platform beds, public art, signage, and landscaping. The Blue Line is vital to our local economy and important to our local transportation network. Metro estimates that over 6 million boardings occur every year at Long Beach stations ...
BEWARE, the City of Marysville will not allow you to purchase a pool pass per household but by whom is RELATED in the household. It does not matter if you live together, do things together AS a family, and consider yourselves AS a family. If you cohabit as a family and ARE NOT married, that alone will NOT be considered FAMILY to the City Hall in Marysville Kansas. Pool passes should be by HOUSEHOLD, not by how the family within is constructed. UP YOURS MARYSVILLE!!! We will take OUR FAMILY elsewhere to swim. Sincerely, ME P.S. I should have LIED to them but chose to be honest and got burnt. How can i teach my children HONESTY if it just ends in disappointment?
Between Mayor Rob Ford pretending it was a “busy and productive week” at City Hall, and big brother Doug trying to convince us of the non-existent billion saved by the Ford admin (he’ll bring the numbers to next week’s show), it was business as usual on the Rob and Doug radio show Sunday.
Tonight is the night for the Public Hearing on the proposed Ordinance to Ban Consumer Fire works in the city of Bellingham. To testify and I hope you will do so, here is when and how. Public Hearing is after the 7 PM public comment period. Come into City Hall and up the stairs to the right and the Council Chambers are right there. Be sure and sign up to speak and be sure its the sign up for the Hearing, not for the Public Comment Period which is for "non-Hearing" items. Usually Public Comment Period takes about 15 or 20 minutes. Thanks for speaking on this issue. Tonight is the night.
THE PEOPLE’S BUDGET COALITION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH - rally Wednesday June 5th step of City Hall 2PM (NY City) TALKING POINTS- FISCAL YEAR 2014 The People's Budget Coalition for Public Health is an alliance of 15+ community and labor organizations united around preserving our city's public health programs and services. We work together to put the message that city funding for health services is critical and must be at the top of the priority list for the Mayor and for all of our City Council members. The Mayor delivered his Fiscal Year 2014 Preliminary Executive Budget and eliminated funding for important public health services again: new cuts and council restoration funds. While federal health reform, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), will improve access for many New Yorkers, it is important to keep in mind that many parts of the ACA have not been implemented yet. Please help us stop this whittling away of New York City’s safety net for our most vulnerable communities. We need all the help to get these issu ...
Kaneil Miller Daniel We’re coordinating two events for Thomasville’s 1230th Transportation Company of the Georgia Army National Guard. This unit is being deployed to Afghanistan. (Their first deployment was in 2003.) The commanding officer (Captain Brantley Lockhart) has asked the City of Thomasville to help support the soldiers as they prepare for a nine month deployment. The first event will be the “Family Fun Day” at Cherokee Lake for soldiers and their families on Saturday, July 6th. This will be the last day that the soldiers will have with their families before being deployed the next day. On Sunday, July 7th, we’re having a Departure Ceremony at the Municipal Auditorium for the public. This event starts with the soldiers marching on Jackson Street (from the corner of Jackson/Stevens Street) to City Hall at 2:30 p.m. The program will start promptly at 3:00 p.m. and end at 4:00 p.m. At the conclusion of the program, the soldiers will have a police escort to the Tallahassee airport. Our city ...
from Sharon Anderson...Hello Evening Market Vendors, We had a great opening market Friday, don't you think? There is a dark shadow hanging over us though, which is the real possibility of charging you for a business license to sell your products in the city of Talent. We would really like you to come if at all possible to support the market and ensure our future this Wednesday at 6:30 pm. The City Council meets at the Community Center Bldg just down the street from City Hall. Bring your family and friends too. We need to show the City Council that people do care about this issue. The Council will be deciding how to apply the current business license ordinance to you. They may very possibly require annual business licenses (currently $60) for all or some of you since you are technically doing business in the city. The only current exclusion is for non-profits as far as I can tell. No other city requires this of their market vendors in this valley and I've heard but not confirmed that no one elsewhere in th ...
Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin Site of the rally before the assassination: Kings of Israel Square (since renamed Rabin Square) with Tel Aviv's City Hall in the background during the day. Location Tel Aviv Date November 4, 1995 Target Yitzhak Rabin Attack type Shooting Weapon(s) Beretta 84F semi- automatic pistol Deaths 1 (Rabin) Injured (non- fatal) 1 (his body guard) Perpetrator Yigal Amir The assassination of Yitzhak Rabin took place on November 4, 1995 (12th of Marcheshvan, 5756 on the Hebrew Calendar) at 21:30, at the end of a rally in support of the Oslo Accords at the Kings of Israel Square in Tel Aviv. The assassin, a religious Zionist named Yigal Amir, strenuously opposed Rabin's peace initiative and particularly the signing of the Oslo Accords. Prelude The assassination of Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin was the culmination of Israeli right-wing dissent over the Oslo peace process. Rabin, despite his extensive service in the Israeli militar ...
Good Afternoon Mr. Sistrunk: This email comes as a friendly reminder. On Wednesday, June 5, 2013, the Coaches, yourself and the team should arrive at City Hall, 121 North LaSalle Street by no later than 9:15 AM. From there, everyone should proceed to directly to Room 201A. Shortly thereafter you will be escorted to Council Chambers where seats have been reserved for the group. Our office, will prepare a resolution honoring the team and ask the Clerk to read it aloud during the Council meeting. As I mentioned, the parchment copy which provides Mayor Emanuel's, Clerk Mendoza, and Alderman Brookins signature will come at a later date. Also, the students and coaches will have an opportunity to take a photograph with Mayor Emanuel and Alderman Brookins. I advise the team to either wear their uniforms or at least their jerseys for the picture, same should apply for the coaches. Once the photograph is taken, someone from the Mayor's office will inform you when it will be available for either pick-up or mailing. ...
Last Weekend Update: Dunno if anyone saw or read my posts from Friday or not. I did in fact attend this years Ptbo Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event held on Friday May 31 @ 12noon pm. I was there at 11 am registered and signed in, grabbed my t-shirt, free wattle bottle cooler & red shoes then waited. About 200 plus men (myself included) began our 1 mile walk at exactly 12:13 p.m. The Route: Starting @ City Hall on George down to corner of George/King we took a left on over to Water/King then up on Water Street until McDonell. Once again turned left & ended up right where the walk started from - City Hall. The weather: Very hot, warm and humid. Nearly 30 degrees celcius then humidity on top. Blue skies with lots of sun and massive UV index. All forms of media where there too: Peterborough This Week, The Examiner, Star 93.3, The Wolf 101.5 FM, 100.5 Kruz FM, & local Chex Television news crew. The Parade Marshalls/MC: Local Chex person Mike Judson and Tyler Calver. I can honestly tell you I have no regrets at . ...
LOGIC LETTER 6/2 Dear Logic Lovers, It's been an eventful weekend -- some good and some bad. Oklahoma was hit by more tornadoes, and we are left to wonder why one state has to suffer this much from weather. We wish Oklahomans the best. Back in Temple, the open carry rally was a rousing success. More than 300 people showed up, many with long guns, and they marched to City Hall. Of course, all was peaceful. So far as I could tell, TWO (count 'em) public officials showed up. Temple City Councilman Tim Davis and Bell County Commissioner Bill Schumann. My hat is off to these two public servants who did not shy away due to political correctness. They deserve credit for being there. By the way, I was very proud of C. J. Grisham's speech. He set exactly the right tone when he praised Temple police in general, while still stating his case firmly. Police, along with fire fighters and other first responders are a crucial part of our communities and often risk their lives as they did on 9/11. The idea is to ...
My brother in law, Niall, a Waterford based teacher, and, his wife, Aileen, joined his two brothers, Noel and, John and, wives, Grainne and, Mary for a dinner to celebrate a special birthday for a really nice pal and, brother in law of mine. Mary, and, myself, joined the event and, enjoyed its picturesque location and, the wonderful view of City Hall. The venue was Club Brasserie, on the boardwalk, next to the Clarion. It was as good a meal as, I have had, in the city, for a very long time.
For City hall in fountain lol its bouta be weak af
City Hall in is built out of 8 million bricks.
This Tue is a big day! County Supervisor Special election and the LGBTQ flag raising ceremony at City Hall. Get out & Vote! Reform is needed
sorry to hear that, dan. Pete, maybe we can try for 2:30 at city hall. i'm trying to wrangle brunch/kid/ride…
asks: "Whatever it is that is going on at Toronto City Hall?" Who knows might be the answer from most Torontonians.
Justin Trudeau talks about what is going on in Ottawa and "What ever it is going on at Toronto City Hall
City Hall tomorrow night to see FM Resident & (Chris Brown) get honored tomorrow night. He's one of the fist
San Diego's new Democratic mayor is shaking up City Hall and causing a backlash among some.
A special moment on 21 May, Tuesday at 2pm in the City Hall, Bristol. I will never forget.
Several churches gathered with the Salvation Army at city hall. Parade is continuing down Water, back to York.
A few more chalk messages at city hall for Rob Ford.
I also see brought home some hardware! It needs to be displayed at FR City Hall.
*** I just saw my town's city hall on a VH1 commercial.
Good day today! Dedication of the new Op Banner bench and UDR window at Belfast city hall, then to St Ann's to celebrate HM coronation!
This is what the city hall looked like yesterday
Halloween city hall ideas in behalf of high persuadable halloween
Preservation Jazz Hall was super cool too. The city of New Orleans must be petter protected so Katrina like events can never happen again.
Petaluma city hall planning in-house legal team: City likely will create an in-house legal department under...
When City Hall reporters want to know Rob Ford's schedule, they have to file Freedom of Information requests, which take months to process.
YEP “one small way to help the Zoo Zhop. Please sign it.”
We decided to get married at City Hall. We're planning a party which will be In July!
Makin' friends at City Hall Plaza, here with Sweet Tomatoes pizza truck, frozen Hoagies ice cream and Naked Juice.
He did get that Hero Burger outlet at City Hall. That was a major achievement.
Bikes light up the night at Capital Vélo Fest
More than the usual creativity at City Hall yesterday “Hey hey, *** *** Rob Ford’s got to go" | NOW Magazine
Registration closes at City Hall at 6pm today. Last call!!
's City Hall. Built in 1878 and currently undergoing some serious renovation.
Working at Radio City Music Hall, I met many extraordinary artists. Siouxsie and the Banshees was one of the most memorable. Magic.
Found this concert ticket: Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac supported by "Blondwin Pig" (sic) at Sheffield City Hall 1969.
Video: Premier Wynne worried about situation at city hall
On Monday, June 3rd the City Council has the 2013-14 budget on the agenda. The City Council is going to recommend the elimination of the Recreation Department as of July 1st. They are going to propose creating a new Director or Recreation and Senior Services position. This has not been well thought out and if you should desire to speak on behalf of the recreation department and how this will impact services to you I suggest you go to the meeting which begins at 7:30 pm at City Hall on the 3rd Floor.
We often think that the problem of the 1% rigging the tax system in their favor is a Washington thing. In truth, it’s just as much a Philadelphia thing. Right now, with the School District on the verge of collapse, and City workers being driven into poverty by a five-year wage freeze, the Mayor is proposing more tax giveaways to the rich. Next Thursday at noon, June 6th, we’ll be taking our outrage to one of the biggest recipients of corporate welfare in the City, Comcast. After we expose Comcast’s sweet tax deals, we’ll march over to City Hall and visit our Councilmembers. Our message will be this: “No more tax breaks for the rich and well-connected; fund our City schools and pay a living wage to our workers.” The rich tell us our City can’t survive with high tax rates, but in truth the elites only want low taxes for themselves, not the 99%. They’re perfectly happy to have an incoherent, chaotic and arbitrary new real estate tax structure foisted on the rest of us, as long as taxes go ...
Safe travels to Orlando! registration opens Monday morning at 7:00 a.m. in the City Hall Lobby on level 2. See you soon!
Katie C.'s Review of Zeppelin Hall Biergarten and Restaurant - Jersey City (3/5) on Yelp: The reviews are corr...
City Hall. Stand clear of the closing doors.
I was just speaking with a loyalist there and he informed me he and his community really do want their flag back up on Belfast city hall.
This is a sad joke ... Our major is a crackhead, all the crackheads downtown be showing up to city hall to ready to run a crack sessh kmt
WHAT AN ACHIEVEMENT TO GET PETER CORRY ON STAGE HERE IN NEWRY CITY HALL...the tickets for this GALA CONCERT will...
Hey friends, signing this is the first step to keeping the zoo zhop operating as a venue!
So who will lay out the capital to buy a food truck for a "pilot project"? If we want change city hall needs to get out of the way.
2 fake city hall employees nabbed for extort try in QC
Why Queen's Park can't save city hall fm itself: My colum on options 4 (and us) re Rob Ford
MT How do we break through the Fourth Wall between City Hall and Citizens? Find out
City to consult so it can be better at consulting. The City of Ottawa is saying now that they are going to consult the public on how to consult the public. What a bunch of BS!!! - same old BS consultations as on annual budget and other issues like town hall meetings. Media comes out to these and never gives our true opinions we tell the councillors and Mayor Jim Watson about the gross mismanagement at City Hall. Now all of a sudden City Officials want to know what you think, where you want to be reached and how they can offer you a way to get your voice heard when it comes to certain initiatives or projects. Mayor & Councillors so called bobbleheads Consultation meetings are a big farse. Not one word is heard or listened to from the public by them. Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais thinks he has the answer like his stop smoking on patios for business and his exercising at gyms causing him heart attack and want to now ban all gyms. Not for your health. WE only wait for next election to boot out people l ...
via Kristyn Wong-Tam and her comments: Save the date - June 7 at City Hall! The amazing people at Friends For Life Bike Rally have organized a free Spring Bike Maintenance Clinic & SPIN-A-THON at Nathan Phillips Square to raise aware about HIV/AIDS and the 15th annual bike rally fundraiser from Toronto to Montreal. I'll joining this extraordinary group on the 660 km bike rally this summer and hope that you come out on Friday to support us. Bring your bike or helmet - get it all checked out and fitted for free. Hop on a spin bike and rotate those wheels in front of City Hall for a great cause. Everyone is invited!
Feb. 27, 2009: John Michael Taylor, 47, was shot and killed by Weber County sheriff’s deputies, names not available, after barricading himself in a barn behind his Taylor home. Taylor provoked the officers’ fire, even goading them to shoot. • Feb. 26, 2009: Jeffrey Jay Cramer, 36, of Layton, was shot and killed by Layton officers, Sgt. Jason Hinojosa and officer Anthony Yuen, after firing a shotgun in their direction. Cramer was suicidally distraught about losing his job. • February 2008: Matthew Jaramillo, 32, wanted in connection with an armed robbery of a check-cashing business in Brigham City, fired a Romanian AK-47 assault rifle several times in the parking lot of City Hall and was injured when he was shot three times by a Box Elder sheriff’s deputy. • Dec. 18, 2006: Jesse Turnbow, 29, was killed after he opened fire on Ogden officers Ed Mahon, John Sattelmair and Derek Draper, responding to calls about an angry man waving a shotgun. • June 23, 2006: Howard Bradly Nelson, 40, was shot a ...
At this point I think we all agree Rob Ford is just some guy who occasionally drops by City Hall. Aside from a salary, has no effect
It has been a very busy and productive week at City Hall. On Tuesday, we had an important Executive Committee meeting where we approved the results of the Shared Services Study.
Pizza Hut is giving four free large pizzas, Dairy Queen is giving a free ice cream cake, and Mints and More (formerly Cake Creations) is giving free cookies; all to our brave men and women of the The U.S. Army coming to the Super 8 Kingdom City, Missouri on June 14th. Hopefully we get more businesses to help in Kingdom City, MO, City of Auxvasse, City of Mexico - City Hall, Fulton, Missouri, and Callaway County, Missouri and Mid-Missouri
Thank you, Lyndi, for nice words about me: "Jewelry craftsperson, Inna Coleman of Westminster, is pictured at Art in the Park on Saturday, June 1 in Westminster held by the Carroll County Arts Council in the park behind City Hall. 100 artists and craftspersons participated with a wonderful variety of artistic wares. Coleman's jewelry is all one-of -a-kind , made from semi-precious stones. She will also be at the Taneytown Wine, Art and Jazz Festival to be held Saturday, June 22, 2013. 11AM to 5PM in Taneytown Memorial Park. Expect more incredible art from local and regional artists. Contact Bob Mitchell (410) 751-1100".
Police Chief Faces Questions on Release of Public Records By JOHN CHAMBLISS | THE LEDGER June 1 LAKELAND | City commissioners asked Police Chief Lisa Womack detailed questions Friday at an agenda study meeting about ongoing disputes over the release of public records. Womack assured them the issue is improving. "In your judgment, we are consistently providing requests in a timely manner?" Commissioner Howard Wiggs asked. "Yes, yes we are trying," Womack answered. The most recent public records problem involving LPD occurred last week when the department refused for almost two days to release a robbery suspect's full arrest report, one of the most common public records produced by law enforcement. The case marks at least the fourth time since December the agency has attempted to withhold public records. During an hour-long discussion at City Hall, Womack discussed changes that have been made to the public records process in an attempt to expedite the release of documents. Commissioners Justin Troller and E ...
Can ur day end so good im sitting in the citi hall 4 jean isaacs beneficiary concert and its awesome waiting 4 jimi nevis 2 perform what a day and evening
E-NEWSLETTER From the City of Sea Isle City May 30, 2013 MAYOR’S MESSAGE: Despite the windy and cool weather conditions, all the faces I saw around town this past weekend were smiling. I’m very pleased that so many visitors chose to kick off their summer season with us and that a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend was enjoyed by all. The holiday weekend got off to an exciting start with our mile-long blue ribbon cutting on the Promenade on Friday morning. We were honored to host many dignitaries, including Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, at Sea Isle’s “Stronger than the Storm” ceremony, which was part of a statewide campaign to announce the Jersey shore’s rebound from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. I’d like to share an article about that ceremony with you that appeared in the May 29th Ocean City Sentinel; please click the link below to view that article. As most folks know, City operations previously housed in City Hall on Landis Avenue and the Public Safety Building on JFK Boulevard were . ...
NYC Bike Share rack at Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall. Washington Sq. Park. Looking toward the Bay, a short walk through the underbrush and there you are. Tree felled by Sandy, waiting to be hauled to the chipper.
.is at City Hall for LGBT Heritage Month and it turns out LA City Council President Herb Wesson is a HUGE American Idol fan.
How is it that we've failed to link the heat wave to all of the hot air coming from City Hall?
Going to the Luke Bryan concert at SBC? Ride PATCO to Broadway & walk down MLK or hop the River LINE; or walk from City Hall.
[Czech] Weather Meteorologists warn of rising water levels on rivers Meteorologists have declared flood alert on several rivers mainly n in the north and west of the Czech Republic. Heavy rain has also swollen the Vltava in Prague where City Hall on Friday closed sections of the embankment. Up to 70 mm of precipitation is expected to fall in the borderland regions over the weekend. Weather The weekend will be mostly overcast with heavy rain expected across the country. Daytime highs should range between 14 and 18 degrees Celsius. [Not good.]
Keep your powder dry and gather your forces. Excerpt from Jay Root's article in the the Texas Tribune, May 31, 2013: While Republicans play the guessing game about their primaries, the down-and-out Texas Democrats, who have not won statewide office since 1994, are not close to coalescing around a candidate for governor. Many want the telegenic mayor of San Antonio, Julián Castro, to run, but he has said he wants to stay at City Hall. State Sen. Wendy Davis of Fort Worth, who is up for re-election in 2014, has been mentioned as a possibility. Battleground Texas, a new Democratic group led by former organizers for President Obama, is making the first serious concerted effort in years to re-energize moribund Democrats and register new voters in the only reliably Republican state where minorities are in the majority. “This is really a long-term project,” said Jenn Brown, the group’s director. “But whether it’s '14 or '16 or '18 or '20, whenever it happens, it’s this kind of work that’s going to ...
A once-in-a-generation changing of the guard at City Hall has piqued the interest of a well-heeled education reform movement.
Ilana Fintz Hylton Jaggard Melanie De Villiers Lisa Jane Wright Danya Davis Gina Candice Levy Meghan Werner Alison Leigh Stern Chris Mitchell Hannah Loewenthal "Back to Paris but that's Amaizing... You Know what, since yesterday South Africa is to honour in Paris, what a beautiful and divine surprise... Rainbow flag is everywhere, artist, expo, history... "The South Africa" in the spotlight .. The country rainbow sky to honor.. "South Africa has paid everything. Including the intervention of our technicians who supervised the work," he also said the operating company of the Eiffel Tower (Sete) to shirk the Pharaonic aspect of project. South Africa is well promoted on all culturally throughout the year 2013. Nelson Mandela, former President of the country, and will be honored this Thursday in an exhibition at the City Hall of Paris. The French and South African governments rely on this year to develop new projects and strengthen their economic cooperation. The Eiffel Tower will shine on it, for the cou ...
Big and Historic Trees by Bob Bowman When Arbor Day rolls, East Texans can take pride in a special collection of unusually large and historic trees. One of our most unusual trees, ironically, is one that isn¹t a native of Texas. The Hubbard Ginkgo in Tyler, located on the lawn of City Hall, was brought to East Texas from Japan by Ambassador Richard Hubbard, a Tyler resident, and planted in 1889. At Athens, the Pioneer Oak -- a giant southern red oak -- has been estimated to be 320 years old. The oak is located a block east of Athens' courthouse square on the north side of U.S. Highway 175. East Texas, naturally, has a few national champion trees, past and present. Near Mineola are three champs growing on the lands owned by one family -- Mark, Will and Billie Godwin. A 110-foot black gum is a national and state champion, a 66-foot tall Hercules Club tree is also a state champ, and a 61-foot blackjack oak is a state champion, too. One of the dethroned natonal champs in East Texas is a black gum growing dee ...
I just read today that despite all the attention surrounding DFL endorsements in city races, DFLers aren’t the only candidates vying for spots at City Hall in places around the country like Minneapolis, MN and Rochester NY this fall. The City Council’s official minority party, the Green Party, has e...
MASTER TRANSPORTATION PLAN OPEN HOUSE AND TOURS You are invited to attend a open house at the Seniors Hall, 1101 McKellar Avenue on: Wednesday, June 5th from 4:30-8:00 p.m. The open house is intended for all Dawson Creek residents. We encourage members of our business community to attend. Additionally, a survey will be mailed to all residents in June/July and a second open house held in August/September. On Thursday, June 6th there will be a Bike tour taking place starting at City Hall (by the flag pole) at 7 pm with Boulevard Transportation planner (Dan Casey). The City is looking for residents to highlight areas of concern from a cyclist point-of-view, the tour will cycle through residential areas north of Alaska Avenue, down 17th Street, and over parts of Dawson Trail. Please RSVP with City Hall at 784-3600. You are welcome to do all, or part of, the tour. Also on Thursday, June 6th there will be Walking tours taking place with Transportation Engineer (Nadine King), looking at transportation from a pe ...
My baseball friends already know...I'm going to see the Rockies Vs. The Dodgers tonight at Coors Field. Going with me is my tiny dinosaur companion, Drysdale. He is on a quest to visit ALL of the major league ballparks. His next visit will be Cooperstown for the Baseball Hall of Fame. I wish I was Drysdale!
Big Thanks for another successful Wiffle Ball Classic for the Jimmy Fund held at the Ted Williams Little League, Beaver Brook Park. Huge thanks to Worcester Fire, Worcester Police, the Tea Party, Hank Stoltz and radio station WCRN 830 am on your dial, the City Manager's team of City Hall employees. Worcester's team was led by City Councilors Phil Palmieri, Tony Economou, Kate Toomey, Sarai Rivera, Bill Eddy and our Mayor Joesph Petty. Big thanks to Mr. Steve Quist, Q, who is the man responsible for all the hard work in putting this special day together. Sure he has already contacted the Boston Globe, Worcester telegram, ESPN et al, but City Councilor and former Joe Dimaggio Little League star, Councilor Phil Palmieri, was named Tournament MVP for 2013. The Worcester Fire Dept. team was the winner of the 2013 Championship and presented the Championship Bass trophy. Winning a thrilling Championship game agains Tom Daly and the Worcester Police, 2 to 1. Thanks to all who attended that I have not named, and y ...
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford thinks everything is going just fine at City Hall these days. And, in case there were any doubts, he can’t wait to run again in 2014.
May 18, 1964 Rustin speaks from a platform in front of New York’s City Hall at a rally in favor o
Still another agenda for the June 4th meeting. AMENDED AGENDA City Council Meeting Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 6:00 p.m. City Hall 303 E. Pecan Dr., Johnson City, Texas 1. Call to Order 2. Citizen Presentations The City Council welcomes public comments at this point on items not specifically listed on the agenda. Speakers must sign up on provided list before the meeting begins. Speakers are limited to five (5) minutes each. The Council will not respond to matters not listed on the agenda until that matter is placed on the agenda at a future meeting. a. Speed control on Ranchview Dr. – George Bird Jr. b. Zoning of single family to multi-family corner of Live Oak and Ladybird Lane – Trey Walker 3. Consent Agenda The following items may be acted upon in one motion. No separate discussion or action is necessary unless requested by the Mayor or a Councilmember, in which event those items will be pulled for separate consideration. a. Approve Minutes b. Authorize Accounts Payable in accordance with Budget c. ...
There is a time for attempting intelligent commentary on political scandal. And then there's a time for just plain outrage. This is the latter. Rob Ford announced today that he plans to run for re-election. There are likely to be roughly one hundred mayoral debates between this upcoming January and the end of October when the election is held. Does this buffoon really think that he can go seventeen months without addressing the multiplying allegations against him? Everything isn't fine. It isn't business as usual at City Hall. Mayor Ford, you have turned the politics of the fourth-largest city in North America into a circus. For the love of Toronto, RESIGN ALREADY!!
A book of condolence will open in the City Hall on Friday, 31st May at 11am for Drummer Lee Rigby who was murdered in Woolwich on 22nd May.
I think I'll have to watch Robert Altman's 'Secret Honor' tonight. I can imagine it captures the atmosphere in City Hall right now.
.Such a cloud of controversy preventing business from truly getting done at City Hall
Those last two RTs are not fake, all you "TaxpaTyers" will be pleased to know. Business "carrYs" on at City Hall.
This "business as usual" attitude from City Hall is the most offensive slight yet.
"Business needs to get more involved in the campaigns. Hopefully you'll get some good balanced policy out of City Hall." -- Cárdenas
Two more people left Mayor Ford's office but don't worry TO, "everything is business as usual" at City Hall. What kind of business?
City Hall will be closing at 4pm tomorrow, Friday, 05/31/13. Please make sure you take care of any business prior to 4pm or on Monday.
It's business as usual at City Hall. That is, if you're in the terminations business.
What a circus this is now. Premier Wynne & the province need to step in. There is no way it's "business as usual" down @ City Hall.
To those who think Mayor Ford's follies are slowing down business at City Hall: you're wrong. They're slowing down business in whole city!
The pacing back and forth isn't instilling confidence that it's "business as usual" at City Hall.
I don't know what they're on about, really. It's business as usual at City Hall.
I was in downtown Cleveland today at City Hall to get the permit for our outdoor Corpus Christi Procession on June 2. Coming back was a nightmare due to the many road closures due to the filming of the new Captain America movie. I took a detour onto Superior Avenue and was at West 3rd when a policeman, who was directing traffic, stopped me. Lo and behold, who was crossing the street right in front of my car, but Scarlett Johansson. Well, I couldn't believe it! She crossed the street and I looked back when she got to the opposite corner as if I needed a second look to believe it and she looked back at me and smiled. I think I was transported to another dimension for a time. What snapped me out of it was the cop yelling some obscenities at me to get moving. A trip to City Hall to get a Procession Permit is usually tedious. This time i really could care less. It was well worth it.
PUBLIC NOTICE - Hound Dog Hollow: A public hearing shall be held on Monday, June 17, 2013 at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 122 W Broadway, regarding the possible demolition of the Hound Dog Hollow Bridge, on Hound Dog Hollow Road, National Bridge Identification Number 23990. Comments may be made at the public hearing, or may be sent to the City Clerk at 122 W Broadway, Drumright OK 74030.
Don't pack a lunch today BBQ in support of United Way at noon. Market Sq behind City Hall in Come one, come all!
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" is a patriotic American march widely considered to be the magnum opus of composer John Philip Sousa. By an act of the U.S. Congress, it is the official National March of the United States of America. In his autobiography, Marching Along, Sousa wrote that he composed the march on Christmas Day, 1896. He was on an ocean liner on his way home from a vacation with his wife in Europe and had just learned of the recent death of David Blakely, the manager of the Sousa Band. He composed the march in his head and committed the notes to paper on arrival in the United States. It was first performed at Willow Grove Park, just outside Philadelphia, on May 14, 1897, and was immediately greeted with enthusiasm. It was first performed in Augusta, Maine on May 1, 1897 at the new City Hall. “The Stars and Stripes Forever" follows the standard American military march form. The march begins with a four-bar introduction, which is followed by a dotted, playful melody. Its trio is the most famo ...
A busy day touring Oslo. Saw the Gustav Vigel Sculpture Park, the Norse Folk museum, the Viking museum, the Nobel Peace Museum and City Hall we finally stopped to eat. Course here we are halfway around the world eating bloody American food to save 20%!!!. Go figure.
Last Friday, thousands of Philadelphia high school students walked out of their schools and marched on City Hall to protest a proposed austerity budget that would categorically eliminate extracurricular activities, libraries, and guidance counselors. As a former high school teacher in North Philadel...
.When someone at City Hall says anything about money I say "Hm, let's hear what Matt Elliott thinks 1st." Another great piece!
Good to see another pitchers duel between the Yanks and Met. Wait... What's this... Mets up 5-0 in the first. So little to cheer for in 2013. These past three nights have been a blast. Lets Go Mets.
IMO Sky is not falling at Toronto City Hall as some media would have U believe. Doug Holyday seems to be only voice of reason at City Hall.
Mackenzie made no apology for "baneful domination", prompting a “Procession in Support of British Rule” which included a stop at City Hall.
It certainly was cut-off slacks and sandals weather today so me, Marko Carruthers and Thomo Thompson decided to mitch off the afternoon shift and go and hang out with the young set on the City Hall lawns. On the way, we stopped off at the offie for some surreptitious drinkies, Mark and Noel disguising their Bucky in a couple of Ribena bottles, whilst I made up a Thermos of Gin and Lilt. Soon we were sipping our secret supplies and watching the Goth kids hiding from the sun under park benches, all the while keeping an eye on the totty. Belfast certainly has its fair share of bouncing beauties, enough to put a spring in any man's slacks, and our trademark mirror shades were allowing us to ogle with impunity. Suddenly our revelries were shattered, as Mitchell and the UTV mob landed, clearly looking for a rumble. Next he starts giving it lip about how he's the "big dog" of the regional broadcasting network and that Barra Best isn't fit to provide meteorological advice on a province-wide basis. Now secretly I ...
Help support the Food Bank this Friday by coming to Rural Expo Pancake Breakfast 7am-9am, City Hall. $5. Local Maple Syrup!
Over the weekend, as the downward spiral continued, Coun. Doug Ford claimed in a CP24 interview that all the scandals facing the Ford family are just the inevitable result of the great work they’re doing down at City Hall.
Anthony D. Weiner, the Democratic former congressman, was mobbed by the news media before and after an appearance in which he set himself apart from the other candidates running for City Hall.
We met some great folks this past weekend at the Carbondale Community Farmers Market- Visit the market each Saturday 9a-1p at the CCHS right behind the Mall.While we will not be there every week our BEEF and EGGS are available for delivery to the Carbondale Area on a weekly basis or can be purchased at Locally Important Produce 201 W Walnut C'dale... Just across from the City Hall. We also added another location for Breakfast Delivery. Now delivering to Rustle Hill Cabins, Cedar Lodge, Alto Guest House, Tom Cat Hill Cabins, Oak Grove Cabins and to a location near you!!!
Downtown Oslo has probably never struck you as a beach destination but on the southern edge of the little island of Tjuvholmen, a 10-minute walk across one of two bridges from Oslo’s monumental 1930s City Hall, an arc of shingle and coarse sand
Mr. Ford, at City Hall on Tuesday for a day-long meeting of his executive, tried to turn the page on allegations he was caught on camera smoking crack cocaine, but failed to deflect a constant barrage of questions about how much he and his staff knew about the alleged video
STAR CRUISE PACKAGE Day 01: ARRIVAL IN SINGAPORE – NIGHT SAFARI TOUR Arrive at Changi International Airport. On arrival you will be met and transferred to you hotel in Singapore. In the evening proceed for Night safari tour take a tour of the Jungle with complete safety and comfort of 40 mins tram journey of wild animals through the east and west loop. On completion of the tram ride, your guide will take you on a walking trail where you will be able to get a chance to come close with lions, tigers, tapirs, deer etc. Stay overnight at the hotel. Day 02: SINGAPORE – CITY TOUR - SUPER STAR VIRGO After breakfast, proceed for the city tour of Singapore. Explore the city by driving round the Civic district, passing by the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament house, Supreme Court and the City Hall. Also stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of the Marina Bay. Also do not miss the picture taking opportunity with the Merlion – a mythological creature. Visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of th ...
It was end of an era Tuesday night at the Patterson Armoury as the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Medicine Hat 145 held their final parade. The 72 year old bell from the HMCS Medicine Hat rang for a final time as the Sea Cadet’s returned the historic piece to City Hall where it’s been on loan from.
The outspoken star is considering a move from 30 Rock to New York's City Hall when Michael Bloomberg's term ends in 2013.
Scare tonight at Disneyland... ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Officials say what appears to be dry ice in a plastic bottle caused a small explosion at Disneyland, bringing evacuations but no reports of injuries. Anaheim police spokesman Sgt. Bob Dunn says the blast was reported at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Disneyland's Toontown area, which was evacuated as a precaution. Police are investigating and an Orange County sheriff's bomb squad was headed to the scene. Park visitor Allen Wolf says he was about 20 feet from the blast, near Toontown's City Hall. He said the sound was similar to a gunshot, but louder. Wolf says the park's music never stopped playing as security surrounded the trash cans where the bang came from and told visitors they were evacuating. Disneyland officials did not immediately reply to a message seeking comment.
"Rahm Emanuel thinks that we all are toys. He thinks he can just come into our schools and move all our kids all over gang lines and just say, "Oh, we can build a building right here. Let’s just take this school out. We don’t care about these kids." But it’s kids in there. They need—they need safety. Rahm Emanuel is not caring about our schools. He’s not caring about our safety. He only cares about his kids. He only care about what he needs. He do not care about nobody else but himself. You should be investing in these schools, not closing them. You should be supporting these schools, not closing them. We shall not be moved today! We are going to City Hall. We’re deporting Rahm Emanuel. We are not toys. We are not going, not without a fight!" ~ Asean Johnson, Nine year old Student at Marcus Garvey Elementary School, Chicago, IL.
So let me see if I have this right: our Mayor takes more than a week to deny that a video of him apparently smoking crack with a now-dead drug dealer is genuine? Because his lawyer told him not to comment? And three days before he starts making confident denials, he fires his chief of staff because the latter spoke to the police, after the mayor's former football coach, who holds some nebulous, nameless position at City Hall, told said chief of staff that he might know the "hypothetical location" of the non-existent video? And that the person who had been trying to sell the non-existent video might now be dead? And now all the PR people have resigned? I think David Simon and the writers of "The Wire" might have rejected such a story-line as far-fetched...
In response to Eric Garcetti's "Thank You" posting. See below. --- Dear Eric, Although I left Westwood and have not lived in Los Angeles for the last seventeen years, I campaigned and supported you in order to get a good Mayor back to the LA City Hall. Congratulations, ERIC. Westwood, that lovely and tony enclave was really the only place I know of Los Angeles. I know it well enough because it was home to me when I first arrived from Manila. I lived there for twelve years, from Hilgard Avenue within the shadow of UCLA and the lovely Westwood Towers on the Wilshire Corridor, until I moved to Rancho Palos Verdes in the summer of 1996. I am now far from the action but it gives me a better view of the forest (rather than only the trees) and with an observant eye, life in LA has changed tremendously over the years - not for the better but for worse. And in her declining years, and with the people's mandate, you chose to marry Los Angeles, la reina, the City of Angels, the most populous city in the U.S. State . ...
200,000 people outside City Hall shouting "Resign!" might do it! Crowd-sourcing is the ultimate democracy!
Breaking News: Tucson tightens security for entering City Hall
My last 48hrs: City Hall. School. Work. 4am video editing. School. BOSTON!
Sold Out Saturdays at Brians Ivy Hall Spot to Party in the city of Lowell music by
Join us for LGBT Heritage Month celebrations at City Hall! W/ Mia Yamamoto & Rodney Scott!
U.S. District Judge Randy Crane is at McAllen City Hall today to swear his brother, Scott, into office
Great evening at city hall watching , not good that nearly spat on me though!
was absolutely amazing tonight at sheffield city hall! Would defo go again! !
Jaye Robinson: Holyday's statement is significant but most people around City Hall feel the Rob Ford crack video must exist
Final reminder: Pride Month proclamation council meeting at City Hall 6pm, reception at Bistro 27 after.
We will be Inside the inner court of City Hall Tomorrow all Day! from 11am until 6:45pm!!!
Dat prom page is weird & whoever made it can jump off City Hall building !
"George Gosbee to a security guard when he saw the media on stakeout at City Hall: "Is there another way out?""
The funniest evening at city hall watching It's a must see! Cheeks are aching!
HazMat team contains suspicious liquid at Vancouver city hall
usually City, but new collectible minifigures/modular buildings (eg are excellent and more challenging
The has changed the date of the draft to May 8-10 in 2014 at Radio City Music Hall
2014 NFL Draft to be May 8 to 10 at Radio City Music Hall: The league announced Tuesday that the...
I think the city hall building looked a lot better when it was just brick..
TORONTO - Two Toronto women brought a cake to city hall for the mayor and wished him a happy birthday and a short mayoralty. The vanilla ..
I'm at City Hall for the 2nd reading of the late-night bar ordinance. Read the amended version here (p. 25):
yes and u could go to Newark city hall,they have a program to help y'al find a good job,My uncle work for Newark sanitation
19,500 people packed City Hall Plaza yesterday for Day 1 of - Day 2 starts 1:30pm! (pic
By the way: it is Rob Ford's 44th birthday today. He will be chairing Executive Committee at city hall.
That wasn't powdered sugar on that birthday cake served by at city hall today
BEYOND THE WALL St. Catharines City Hall to Aug 16 Local artists on the wall - marks they have made
The regular Council meeting will be held as scheduled tonight, Tuesday, May 28th at 7 p.m. in the City Hall Auditorium. No Work Session!!
And also ran into my two favorite NYC Council members and GOP Leader Jimmy Oddo on the steps of City Hall
George Gosbee and Anthony LeBlanc have left City Hall. Details about situation soon at
Did you order from City Hall in Toronto?
The league officially announced Tuesday that the 2014 Draft will be held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall becau ...
"Surrey is Going Green!" article from including the City Centre Library & City Hall
Great to see so many young people supporting Welcome Centres Big Sleep Out at City Hall tonight
Toronto City Hall. Where all the scandals go down.
hay Nti.. Are u free tomorrow? I'm planing to Ikea, Vasa museum, City Hall, and watching my friends band.. Can u come?
The Rob Ford scandal timeline - Having trouble keeping all of the stories emerging out of City Hall strai...
Outstanding article written by Darren Jolly just before he gets fined &/or ostracised by City Hall.
congrats to miss Isis. class of 2013 (@ San Francisco City Hall - w/ 3 others)
Let me be absolutely clear: Threatening the city’s safety by laying off firefighters and police officers is the latest in a series of very bad ideas from city hall. It is not necessary and shows that it is time for new leadership at City Hall.
GABE'S TOWER RESTORATION COULD CLARIFY MAJOR OPPORTUNITY FOR OTHER NEW (RE)DEVELOPMENT ON TRIPLETT *AND* PRODUCE BENEFITS FOR DOWNTOWN Longtime Gabe's Neighborhood Resident Comments on City's New Interest in Revitalizing Triplett Corridor Late last week, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reported that City Hall now is looking for opportunities — including Gabe's Tower — to spur the renewal of the decades-neglected Triplett Street, the north-south corridor that runs adjacent to Gabe's Tower and its commercial block. Responding to this news, Owensboro painter and musician Charles Shoemaker — a longtime resident of the Gabe's neighborhood and one of the earliest friends of the Save Gabe's project — passed along this excellent observation: "I've thought for quite a while that Triplett Street would be a great street for new development. "It is, in a lot of ways, similar to 2nd [Street, in downtown Owensboro]. They are both one-way streets, and both have a mix of businesses and housing on them. "There ar ...
Tech connection event at City Hall shows how tech sector, small biz are partnering, keeping economy thriving
Hi Fairfield freinds, there is a great DARE trip to Citi field for METS DAY- Saturday, June 15th. Great pricing food and transportation included! Check your kids backpacksfor details you can send the form in to school or town hall, sign up is open until 6/10!
Next Monday, June 3, the Berea Human Rights Commission will hold a work session along with their regularly scheduled meeting. The meeting will be from 6:30 to 8pm in the community room at City Hall (212 Chestnut St). The first half of the meeting will be for the work session and the second half will be regular business. It is important that Bereans for Fairness and interested community members continue to attend these meetings to offer input and have a visible presence. Plan to come if you can. The Human Rights Commission is preparing to recommend the passage of an anti-discrimination Fairness ordinance to the Berea City Council.
Join ten-time All-Star and former UConn All-American Guard Ray Allen for basketball instruction and fun at the 2013 Citi Ray Allen Basketball ProCamp.
The politicos are coming out of the woodwork here at City Hall where Greg Veitch is about to be sworn in as chief of the Saratoga Springs PD
Good Monday morning, Minneola. Monday is here and June is just around the corner. My how time flies. Today at City Hall we have Belly Dance Class with Maria from 6:15-7:15 - $5.00 each session and 7:30-9:30 Men's Floor Hockey Dominic - $25.00 every 3 months
Kudos Nairobi Governor Evans for purging City Hall,with you,we will have the Nairobi we want.Kidero anatosha hatoshi?
Never a dull moment at Toronto's City Hall. *** Jagger took jabs at the mayor's crack allegations.
Perfect sex companions of City Hall. Independent escorts and agencies.
Ran into my new neighbour walking his dog tonight...Paul Godfrey !!! We go back years to my City Hall days. What a class act ! Welcome Paul
Heavy traffic along Kalaw Ave, Taft Avenue, from City Hall to Rizal Park-Manila Hotel perimeter. As of 11:45 AM today, search for alternative routes.
Now this would be an interesting City Hall to cover:
yet another attack on the Mayor goes unfounded. Time for both sides at City Hall to call a truce.
Telegram to City Hall: Mayor STOP You have tarnished your office STOP For the sake of please STOP
Memorial Day 2013 Remarks There are 31 names inscribed on the Vietnam War Memorial. And since the dedication of the monument on Veterans Day in 1993, first under the rotunda at City Hall and starting in 2004 here in this park, it became in many ways hallowed ground as family, friends, and veterans have gathered there from time to time for both public and private remembrances. Flowers were often times left at the base of the Memorial. Sometimes candles were left burning. Poignant notes were written and left. But those 31 sons of Pasadena are not just names on a memorial. They were men, some of them only teenagers, who shared the same hopes and dreams that we all have. I want to briefly tell you about a few of them. *Some had made the military their career. Master Sgt. Thomas J. Sanchez was one. "Top" Sanchez was born in Pasadena and was a Golden Gloves boxing champion at John Muir High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1950 and was awarded the Bronze Star with three clusters for bravery i ...
The people of Toronto should be taking a good look at to replace in City Hall
City Hall. Toronto. The outrage by citizens continues.
Watch: CP24's brings us the latest from City Hall.
Everyone in Toronto wants City Hall business "back to normal". Because it was so normal and functional before all this.
A number of careers are going to end in either in the Media or at City Hall. The question is which ones?
As the Rob Ford scandal deepens, life at City Hall starts to resemble an episode of The Wire.
Doug Ford returns to City Hall to retrieve his hash scale:
The scene outside City Hall in Toronto right now via
After plays, quickest way leaves City Hall is: Human Rights and Anti-Harassment Policy
says its "business as usual" at City Hall in Uh, is that supposed to make us feel better?
Biblical Scholar to Present Groundbreaking Lectures at PTC Library The theme of the 2013 Collaborative Summer Reading Program for adults is Groundbreaking READS, and Peachtree City Library is digging into the past with Dr. James Tabor of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, who will present two separate lectures – one at 2:00 p.m. and one at 7:00 p.m. – on Saturday, June 8th, at City Hall in Peachtree City. The 2:00 p.m. lecture is titled, “The Texts and the Stones: The Seven Greatest Archaeological Discoveries that Shed Light on the Historical Jesus.” Among the six greatest discoveries is sure to be the 1st century tomb in the East Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem that Tabor and others, including filmmaker Simcha Jacobvici (aka The Naked Archaeologist), explored using remote robotic cameras. What they found was seven ossuaries (bone boxes), two of which were inscribed with unusual features. The first was what they identified as a “Jonah and the fish” image, the second, found on the ...
Not sure where to rant about this one. This morning at the Bike to Work event at City Hall, loud music was blaring over the PA the whole time. While biking on the Martin Goodman trail on Sunday, there was an outdoor activity (walk/run/boating?) that was accompanied by multiple gas generators and loud music. I can anticipate this Sunday's Ride for Heart will be similarly amplified and blasted. In addition to the air pollution caused by all these generators, is it necessary to fill our ears with music at all times? Would not bicyclists or others enjoying some outdoor recreation enjoy the natural sounds of the outdoors? How do we get this unnecessary music eliminated? (I actually blame the Raptors for this - as a sporting event, I think that basketball fans have no attention span and the loudest music is blasted as soon as play stops (and sometimes even while play is on) this has caught on with hockey, while baseball remains mostly a natural sound event. And just to add insult to this, I'm sure it's inadvert ...
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Councillor Parker, everybody. “Rob Ford and the City Hall press gallery: Looks like the honeymoon may be over.”
Memorial Day Parade In Newburyport starts at 10:15.city will commemorate Memorial Day with a parade and a memorial service to be held in front of City Hall. At 10:15 a.m., parade participants will assemble at the CVS parking lot on Pond Street. At 10:45 a.m., all veterans, residents and families are encouraged to join the walk to City Hall. Leading the procession will be motorcycles from the Patriot Riders. At 11 a.m. in front of City Hall, the services will begin. An invocation will be presented by Lt. Jeffrey Brunelle of the Salvation Army, followed by the “Star Spangled Banner,” the Pledge of Allegiance led by local Scouts, and the Recitation of Recently Departed Veterans read by Mayor Donna Holaday. The guest speaker will be William Hallett, author of “Newburyport and the Civil War.” Following the speech, the Newburyport High School Marching Band will perform a medley of music. The gathering will then march to the waterfront. This portion honors fallen Coastguardsmen, Navy and Merchant Mariner ...
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Well what a great day today---had a cookout with some great family and friends, Ashley Sloane, Shannon Walsh, Charlene Walsh Stacy Nowlin Fournier, Derek Fournier,Kristina Fournier Andrea Fournier Carolee Bratt Axsom, Carol Joy , Lizz Fasulo, Brian Fasulo, Linda Fasulo, Alex Fasulo, John Lawson, LeRoy and Gretchen and all of the children that were here also(why to many to name them all). Thank you Derek Axsom for the great tables and for doing a great job at cooking. Can't wait for more cookouts this year. Well need to get the kids ready for bed we have the Parade in the morning. Starts at 10 am on Newbury Street left to Belmont Street Left on to Main Street Right on to Crescent Street and then Left right after the parking garage ending at City Hall.
CHAPLAINCY MASS TIMES this WEEK Monday 27th St Augustine, apostle of England NO MASS TODAY Tuesday 28th Feria 6:00pm Wednesday 29th Feria 1:15pm Thursday 30th Feria (Corpus Christi) 1:15pm Friday 31st Feria 1:15pm Saturday 1st Visitation of Our Lady 12:00 noon Sunday 2nd Corpus Christi Sunday 6:30pm ‘BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER’ This Thursday in the Chaplaincy chapel at 6:00pm we welcome members of the ecumenical society of the Blessed Virgin Mary to pray the rosary. All staff and students welcome. Confessions daily. Before and after Mass, “drop in” or by appointment. “Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit as it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen” Chaplaincy to host President of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales His Grace the Most Rev. Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster will celebrate Mass here for staff and students on October 22nd at 6:00pm prior to speaking at City Hall. Cathsoc BBQ NEXT WEEKEND! Meeting at the Chapl ...
Reminder that any members marching in the Parade Monday need to arrive behind City Hall by 9:00 am. Steps off at 9:45. After we visit all four cemeteries, the Legion is hosting a FAMILY cookout. Bring sides. They will provide pulled chicken and pulled pork. This is for all members, not just color guard.
Yesterday ADAM LAMBERT performed live (!) in front of the City Hall of ♥ Vienna ♥ the official song of the "LIFE BALL 2013" ... called "Love Wins Over Glamour". It's a really hot song for a good purpose!!!
Another day of tour at San Francisco! This is their City Hall with 14 Karat Gold!
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