from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of councilor.
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- n. A member of a council.
- n. A representative elected to a local authority.
- n. city councillor, a member of a city council.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See councilor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a member of a council
I do know what my councillor is doing, but I am clueless as to who is best choice for school board and I think positions to the school board should be appointed and not voted on.
- Whom is subordinate the responsibility for rehabilitation (e.g. a certain councillor)?
If you look at the tweets it's very very clear that the councillor is tweeting private statements.
One of the joys of being a rural county councillor is online access to the 1880 and 1905 OS maps which can be overlaid on the current OS map; thus arguments over should it be ‘the Strand’ or ‘Strand’ have been resolved for a parish council, and old street names have been resurrected and given to new developments on the site where they ran.
Anon - being a councillor is probably the most enjoyable job I have ever done.
My experience, as both a resident and as a ward councillor, is that the Council's officers are being polite, diligent and understanding in their conversations with residents.
One might also begin to know who your local councillor is and, with the return of the Mayor, have a real local leader with whom voters might actually identify.
If a councillor is bent, then let the criminal law remove him.
If a councillor is offensive or rude, then that's tough luck and a matter for the electorate to decide if they want that person representing them.
This was in the ousting of the long term councillor Simon Wheale to make way for ex-councillor Mark Clayton who had been tonked in the eponymous Clayton Ward in the all out in 2004.