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Latest City Council Items
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson led the City Council in approving a $477 million arena for the Kings NBA franchise late Tuesday and immediately hailed the project for raising the city's profile.
Hundreds of Fort Wayne city workers and others booed at times as City Council members discussed proposals to scale back or eliminate collective bargaining for city employees.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is supporting legislation to help Detroit emerge from bankruptcy but says he wants a role for the City Council on a financial oversight board.
City Council in Saginaw has rejected a proposed ordinance to guarantee city residents and visitors equal treatment in employment and public accommodations, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Kathleen O'Toole, a one-time Boston police commissioner and former inspector general for Ireland's national police force, was nominated Monday as Seattle's first female police chief.
City officials say Leesville's Municipal Golf Course is losing business because it doesn't have enough golf carts.
A Central California mayor's remarks that bullying victims should toughen up and defend themselves has sparked anger among some city officials and gay rights advocates.
They've crowded into stuffy rallies at a Seattle union hall, protested in front of fast food restaurants, marched down city streets and implored city leaders to demand an immediate $15 an hour minimum wage hike for all employees.
A complaint filed last month by Minot's fired city attorney alleges controlling behavior and unreasonable demands by the city's manager, who denies those claims.