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(especially in the UK) the elected governing body in a municipality.
council, municipal authority, civic authorityView synonyms
- ‘He had been elected onto the town council at the local elections in May last year.’
- ‘He had been a member of the US-backed town council and had eschewed incitements of violence.’
- ‘The town hall is owned by North Wiltshire District Council but the facility is run by the town council.’
- ‘It is no secret that some district councillors had little or no time for the new town council.’
- ‘The town council resolved to write to the county council and West Wiltshire Housing Society.’
- ‘The town council and North Wiltshire District Council are not issuing any statements.’
- ‘How long before the town council tries to change the boundaries again to gain more council tax?’
- ‘The town council will now write to the county council asking them to revise the plan.’
- ‘He says it is a common complaint and the town council needs to put a system of gritting in place.’
- ‘The lease on the building has now expired and the town council is waiting for the city council to come up with a new one.’
- ‘Mrs Martin agreed to take the suggestion to the town council and the youth council.’
- ‘Members of the town council made it clear when they met on Monday that they supported the single site concept.’
- ‘The town council decided to contact Tendring Council about a risk assessment.’
- ‘Several other councillors said the town council should add its full backing to the festival.’
- ‘The town council will write to Essex County Council with its concerns as a matter of urgency.’
- ‘Her husband is currently a member of the town council on which she served for nine years from 1987.’
- ‘The town council has now referred the borough council's dealings to the Audit Commission.’
- ‘The town council's finance committee recommended no change to the levels earlier this week.’
- ‘The building is owned by Burnley council and the town council rents a room there.’
- ‘A councillor has donated a hand bell to a new town council in memory of his wife.’
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