Guildford Borough Council

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Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
... Wyomissing is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States, established on July 2, 1906 ... Hills, the combined 2000 Census estimate was 11,155 making it the most populous borough in Berks County ... The borough is recognized as a Tree City USA and selected as a "Contender" for the best places to live in Pennsylvania by Money magazine ...
Guildford Local Elections - Council Elections - 2003
... Turnout at 53.4% for the full council elections was above 50% for only the second time in Guildford Borough Council history, the other occasion being in 1979 when the elections were held on the same day as the general ... Between 1976 and 1999 Guildford Borough Council had been divided into 21 wards with a total of 45 councillors ... Rewarding, prior to the 2003 elections, saw the council divided into 22 wards with a total of 48 councillors ...
Rockledge, Pennsylvania - Politics and Government
... Rockledge has a borough manager form of government with a mayor and a seven-member borough council ... The Borough Council President is Jason Showmaker ... The Borough's Acting Police Chief is Jerry Miller ...
Záhorská Bystrica
... Bisternitz, Hungarian Pozsonybeszterce) is a borough in northern Bratislava ... It is a small borough with preserved peasants' houses and more recent modern villas and estates ... The borough is home to Slovakia's major TV station, TV Markíza ...
Borough - Etymology
... The word borough derives from the Old English word burh, meaning a fortified settlement ... in place names has converged towards burg/borough for instance Farnborough, from fernaberga (fern-hill) ...

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