Topic - Harrisburg City Council

The Harrisburg City Council, is the legislative branch of the city government of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and consists of seven members elected at-large. The council president is elected by the members and presides over the Council meetings. In the event of illness or absence of the President, the Vice President presides over the meetings. Each member's term is four years, serving part time, and there are no limits on the number of terms a member may serve. - Source: Wikipedia

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