City Government

Some articles on government, city, governments, city government:

Sagnasty - History - 20th Century - New Governance
... home rule powers for local units of government, and the Michigan state legislature enacted the Home Rule Cities Act in 1909 ... Under this statute, cities were permitted to frame and adopt their own city charters and were given great flexibility in structuring their local governments ... The government, under the 1889 charter, had continued to be inefficient and provided for much political infighting ...
Culture Of Portland, Oregon - Law and Government
... See also Government of Portland, Oregon The city of Portland is governed by the Portland City Council, which includes the Mayor, four Commissioners, and an auditor ... The auditor provides checks and balances in the commission form of government and accountability for the use of public resources ... In addition, the auditor provides access to information and reports on various matters of city government ...
List Of Yale Law School Alumni - Law and Government - United States Government - City Government
... Bolin (1931), judge for the New York City Domestic Relations Court, 1939–1979 also the first African-American woman to serve as a judge in the United States Cory Booker (1997 ... John Lindsay (1948), 103rd mayor of New York City, New York, 1966–1973 Robert M ...
Seoul Metropolitan Government
... Seoul Metropolitan Government is the administrative organization of Seoul ... a four-year term by the Seoul citizens and is responsible for the administration of the city government ... Seoul Metropolitan Government deals with administrative affairs as the capital city of South Korea, so it is more centralized than that of most other ...

Famous quotes containing the words government and/or city:

    In the relations of a weak Government and a rebellious people there comes a time when every act of the authorities exasperates the masses, and every refusal to act excites their contempt.
    John Reed (1887–1920)

    A city is a place where there is no need to wait for next week to get the answer to a question, to taste the food of any country, to find new voices to listen to and familiar ones to listen to again.
    Margaret Mead (1901–1978)