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    The Mayor’s Speech A mayor is in charge to help change and solve problems within their city and country. We as citizens and residences should make our voices be heard so we can also help improve our home. In Mayor Eric Garcetti’s speech, he talks about many events that has happened over the years in California. It’s not just events from the past, but also stating about future events and goals. It also talks about how we, as a community can come together to help, improve, and get involved. Since Mayor Garcetti became mayor, he has improved and helped so much in the cities of California, and without him I believe the cities goals would take longer to happen, and wouldn’t hear our problems nor fix the community. First of all, many of us Angelinos are having a tough time living here in California, and it’s not getting any easier instead it’s getting worse. Rent, bills, and an education keep getting higher and higher. Since Mayor Garcetti has become our mayor, he stated to us that he will bring order back and convince city hall to improve services, and rebuilt/ create middle class jobs. As you can see, he has helped us create at least 70 thousand job opportunities,…

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    As animals fighting selfishly and greedily for food and mate in order to survive and develop their species, human’s jealousy leads to betray and kill. In the sonnet, the narrator said that man is “bearing the bad cell in him from the start”. (Millay 179) The words “bad cell” refers to both selfishness and greed. In other words, people are born with these negative traits. These intrinsic traits motivate humanity to have the desire of power and survival. In the narrative, the mayor is the person…

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    his consciousness and cumulate bane in his life. In the story “One of These Days”, the Mayor owns massive power of controlling the whole town as an only leader. He abuses his power to Aurelio Escovar who is a poor dentist in the town. By emphasizing his power, he threatens the dentist’s son, that if the dentist does not take out his aching teeth, he will shoot him. As a mayor with a higher social status, he takes the advantages of his power in an inappropriate manner. As a person with a high…

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    Mayor Robert Garcia’s 2015 State of the City’s Speech of Long Beach highlights his vision for expanding the welfare of the city’s residents, businesses, and environment. Mayor Garcia’s plan of action to broaden and improve the city’s educational system, develop more economic growth within the city’s investment projects and local businesses, and sustain the environment with upcoming technology and efforts of the city council and its residents, are now in full effect and progressing as of 2016 and…

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    writing campaign to City officials in hopes of making a difference. By doing so, I expected to force a change. I had been warned by local residents near this crossing that the City of Pullman was not interested in safety improvements, nor were they open to discussions about shortcomings of the crosswalk. In the hopes of proving this statement wrong, I began a series of communication with the Pullman City Council, the Mayor and the Public Works Director. My first communication was to the City…

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    none. The next order of business were bestowing the ceremonial resolutions, the first recognizing that day, October 6, 2016 as Prince Hall day. The group earlier described wearing ceremonial attire rose to receive it. I had never heard of their group, so as I listened to the council members read the resolution I learned they were an all-black/African-American fraternal brotherhood, having been founded in 1815. There were 2 additional ceremonial resolutions, one honoring Hispanic/Latino…

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    those questions answered, so that I can take it to the mayor and get answers for the group. The main reason why I want to speak to the group is because I want to get their consent in speaking on behalf of them. I do not want to violate their rights to self-determination as a group. They might not want to involve the mayor; they might want to speak with other higher officials and “go over” the mayor’s head to achieve their demands. The other part of this ethical dilemma is that the mayor told me…

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    As the crowd loosens up the only thing left is the doctor kneeling over a corpse. “Heart attack.(110)” he exclaims. The Doctor begins to look up the mayor and journalists and confirms that Ill had just died from a heart attack. “Must have been from joy” says the Mayor(136). Claire Zuchansian returns to the city to see Ill. As she pulls back the tablecloth to see his face, she hands over the promised check to the Mayor of Gullen. The Visit was a play demonstrating how wealth can overpower and…

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    In this paper, I will reflect my experience of attending the Saint Paul City Council meeting. I will share on how awards and grants by Saint Paul City Councils approve projects, programs, and strategies to improve the capital in Saint Paul. In addition, I will go into details of the City of Saint Paul source of funding to provide awards and grants to proposals made by the City of Saint Paul residents. I then will discuss a proposal that was discussed by the proposer and the Saint Paul City…

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    Introduction For my project I visited the Flint City council to observe the process of the city meeting, there were six of my classmates present. I was the first one to arrive at the city hall. As everyone was arriving Kate Fields ward 4 introduced herself, and we identified as students from U of M Flint she shared that she is a professor at the University with a MSB program. Eric Mays from ward 1, introduced himself as well. There were about fifteen community members sitting along the wall of…

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