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- adj. Of or pertaining to an alderman.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to, becoming to, or like, an alderman; characteristic of an alderman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating or belonging to an alderman; characteristic of aldermen.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or like an alderman
Milwaukee aldermen exert great influence over licensing decisions in their districts through a well-established system known as aldermanic privilege.
Doherty has also been accused of "serious ethics violations" for using his aldermanic office to help raise funds for his Senate campaign.
Giveaways to paying friends to shopping trips to mysterious donations to individuals are all part of the wild spending of aldermanic slush funds.
Aurora's Finance Committee will review Alderman Lawrence's proposal to abolish or change the way aldermanic slush funds are spent on Tuesday, March 24 at 3pm (City Hall, 5th Floor, agenda | map).
Third Ward Alderman Stephanie Kifowit bashed both for not wanting to change the city's strong mayor form of government, and Weisner took both to task for "not doing much of anything" during their aldermanic terms.
He was advocating for a pay reduction for alderman, vowing to take only $60,000 of his $110,000 aldermanic salary.
HuffPost Chicago's Will Guzzardi took an in-depth look at the 35th Ward aldermanic race, where Alderman Rey Colón, who won the seat as an outsider eight years ago, faces two challengers--and two scandals.
HuffPost Chicago's Will Guzzardi took an in-depth look at the 35th Ward aldermanic race, where Alderman Rey ColÃ³n, who won the seat as an outsider eight years ago, faces two challengers--and two scandals.
"What really pushed me into this was, back in April, I heard offhand that he was trying to use his aldermanic discretion to impose a SSA real estate tax" on some businesses in the neighborhood, including Schiavone's own law firm on Fullerton.
She doesn't oppose the tax per se, but would like to see more transparency from the aldermanic office.
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