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    Pinellas County Case

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    Haoyu Zhao PUP432 10.15.2015 Case Brief Contractors And Builders Association Of Pinellas County V. City Of Dunedin Background Context Until the 20th century, the general law in Florida stipulated that local governments could only obtain funds from public revenues as they had no authority to taxes. The local government made the realization that these funds were insufficient for running the everyday affairs of the growing county. For this reason, the county turned to private sources of revenue such as revenue obtained from impact fees for use in the expansion of infrastructure. The local government was forced to do this in order to meet the needs of the growing population (Marshall and Rothenberg 53). The proposal of impact fees…

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    Essay On Wayne County

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    smaller and smaller. These layers escalate starting from the smallest governing body, Crestwood School District, up to city Government, County Government, State Government, and finally, the Federal Government. Of these systems, it would be the most logical and much easier, to get rid of Wayne County and let every city, it governs, to take care of itself. Wayne County has the least political effect on the economy, and for this…

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    Whitley County Case Study

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    The form of county which is most closely approximates utilized in Whitley County is the Council-Elected Executive. This is describe an elected official in the U.S Commonwealth of Kentucky who is the head of the executive branch of a government in the county. He or she is usually knows as the Judge Executive or County Executive. He or she was before a member of the Fiscal Court, the county's legislature. County governmental organization is characterized by diversity not only from state to state…

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    Slavery In Escambia County

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    plague the society of the growing country. Numerous areas of Florida including Escambia County began enacting certain laws and city codes which restricted the movement of African Americans as well as limited their societal freedoms. The impact leveled by the implementation of these restrictions against free blacks and mulattos was very widely publicized and criticize throughout Escambia county. The Florida Historic Quarterly discussed the direct affects of the legal…

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    Poverty In Chester County

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    Although Chester County may be the highest income county in Pennsylvania and ranked the 21st highest in the nation; we still suffer greatly from food insecure families and insufficient means to live by.1 In just this county alone we are seeing an assortment in our annual income from 63% of Coatesville residents earning less than $50,000 a year, to Charlestown, where over 90% of their residents are earning over $50,000 a year. With a population of nearly five-hundred-thousand individuals, nearly…

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    Lorain County Demographics

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    political speech will be in the Lorain County area, just west of Cuyahoga County, where Cleveland resides. The type of economy in Lorain County revolves around the industrial side with a ton of blue-collar work and other important trades. The population is around 306,000, and the medium household income is $52,465. Along with being part of the 55th district of Ohio, the major cities consist of Elyria, Lorain, Oberlin, Wellington, Avon, Sheffield Lake and Amherst. Depending on the areas of Lorain…

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    Osage County History

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    The Local History of Osage County circa 1867 Thesis statement: Settlers came to Osage County in Missouri for the prosperous land resources of trees, hunting, rivers and hills; and to establish a community based on strong roots. Part I: Facts of population and the county itself Osage County is in Central Missouri. The county came into existence after having been detached from a part of Gasconade County. In 1855, the bottom part of Osage County was given to form the top half of the new…

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    Chester County: Case Study

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    Chester County is where I have been raised all my life, it’s a wonderful area. It is located in southern Pennsylvania in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, about fifteen miles from Philadelphia. Specifically it is located at 40.0010 degrees N, 75.8069 degrees W. William Penn founded the county in 1682 making it one of his three original Pennsylvania colonies. It was named after Chester, England. The landscape is beautiful here, lots of rolling hills and valleys flourishing with wildlife and…

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    For the first goal, the county envisions that through their programs and projects, the emphasis would be for the safety and security of the concerned group by providing sufficient support and network to promote physical emotional and educational needs. For instance, monitor school delinquencies, binge drinking, substance abuse and alcohol. The county also has increased its attention to the readiness of younger children for school as well as increase FCAT scores, this has been strongly enforced…

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    Kent County History Essay

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    Simply put, history, regardless of the specificity, is the study of why and how things happen and the Historical Society of Kent County has dedicated nearly eight decades to the preservation of this concept. The non-profit’s headquarters is located at 301 High Street –a noteworthy building, in a respectable town, part of Maryland’s idiosyncratic eastern shore. 301 High Street, otherwise known as the Bordley House, is where one can learn about the unparalleled life of Kent County. Although Kent…

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