(1) A Launceston City Council alderman yesterday welcomed a move by Mayor Janie Dickenson to stop taking her son to council meetings.(2) The launch was chaired by Brisbane City Council Labor alderman David Hinchliffe.(3) He became involved in politics in the mid-1950s, initially as an alderman on the London County Council.(4) A city alderman performed the ceremony, but it was not officially registered as at present, in Holland, single person marriages are not legal.(5) In 1911 he was elected a Birmingham Councillor, becoming an alderman in 1914 and, in 1915, Lord Mayor of Birmingham.(6) Volunteers would be trained as campaign managers and canvassers, and leaders would be groomed for campaigns for local office - alderman , city council, state rep - and campaign on credit reform.(7) A self-made man, he started life in a small cottage in Skipton before going on to serve as a councillor, alderman and then Lord Mayor of Bradford.(8) That group, under the auspices of the Wisconsin Fair Trade Campaign, then approached Don Richards, a sympathetic alderman on the Milwaukee City Council, about sponsoring a resolution supporting the boycott.(9) Government employees included circuit court clerks, a land office registrar, U.S. Rangers, marshals, commissioners, and a city alderman .(10) Mr Matson was elected as an alderman by 54 votes to 13 in the first stage of a two-stage process.(11) Only last week he turned down the honour of being made an alderman of the city.(12) There are many signs of independent folklands with lawman, thegn, thane, taler (speaker) and alderman as the leader.(13) the same day Ethelmund, alderman of the Wiccians, rode over the Thames at Kempsford; where he was met by Alderman Woxtan, with the men of Wiltshire.(14) A group of neighborhood residents contacted Rush, then the neighborhood's City Council alderman , about saving the armory.(15) He was elected an alderman of Limerick City Council in the 1999 local elections when he topped the poll with over 900 votes in Ward 3.(16) Cripling received no support whatever from his brethren, who in the subsequent March agreed not only to deprive him of his aldermanship but also to disfranchise him.