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Binay son suspension defiance bad for father’s 2016 presidential run

Vice President Jejomar Binay and Makati Mayor Junjun Binay should have talked it over intelligently if defying the Ombudsman’s order for the latter’s suspension the second time around (the first time was only 4 months ago in March) was good and politically expedient for both their political careers. 558 more words

Government

Gary Porter goes in with guns not blazing, but definitely with the safety off

Copied from Local Government Chronicle online

Give us powers to boost house-building skills – Porter30 June, 2015 | By Charlotte Santry

The government faces missing its pledge on affordable homes unless it devolves more powers to local authorities, the Local Government Association chairman is set to warn. 264 more words

Government

Lagos Inaugurates Local Government Reform Committee

In a bid to address the administrative, governance structure and service delivery processes and procedure in Local Governments in the State, the Lagos State Government has inaugurated a 20-man Committee on Reformation of Local Government Administration. 647 more words

Governance

Surrey leader takes on one of most influential roles in local government

David Hodge has become the first Surrey County Council leader to secure one of the most influential roles in local government.

He has been elected leader of the Conservative group at the Local Government Association (LGA), which represents nearly 400 councils in England and Wales. 137 more words

Surrey County Council

3 years and counting

Over the past few months we have done a lot of stock taking on our existing website. This has helped us inform the way we want to move forward with the re-development. 312 more words

Re-development

Unpublished Letter to the Editor re Monash Council Local Law 1

Many of the ‘letters’ community members send to the newspapers do not get published.  EM&U will publish selected community focussed Letters to the Editor on this web site. 225 more words

Local Government

Planning and Zoning Continuing Education Credit Opportunities for July

The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) will facilitate the following continuing education session for planning officials and employees during the next month.
These 1.5 hour webinar sessions qualify for the Continuing Education credits required of elected officials, board and commission members and employees involved in planning and zoning matters that have already completed the mandated orientation training. 335 more words

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