This act for extending county council control is practically his bill; so you may say he's in the government even before he's in the House."
"I bet the squire's a bigger pot than the county council in that county.
Why don't we give the squire's land to the squire's tenants, instead of dragging in the county council?"
He talked of pink and pig-skin breeches, of foxes at Ring's Bottom, where now the County Council pauper lunatics were enclosed, of Lady Bone's chintzes and crinolines.
More people were run over in the streets upon that one day, than in the previous three months, and a County Council steamboat, the Isaac Walton, collided with a pier of Westminster Bridge, and narrowly escaped disaster by running ashore--it was low water--on the mud on the south side.
Startled by this discovery and seeing herself pacing a circle all the days of her life round Picadilly Circus she was greatly relieved to pass a building put up by the London County Council
for Night Schools.
Some town and parish councils pay for their own services to top up the county council
Flintshire County Council
's Armed Forces Champion, councillor Andy Dunbobbin, said: "Flintshire County Council
is committed to the Armed Forces Covenant.
He wrote: "You may recall that over 10,500 people signed a petition back in 2016, to urge the then Labour controlled County Council
not to close Helmshore Textile Museum.
At a meeting of the county council
last week, Coun Max Hunt, county councillor for the Loughborough North West ward, asked whether the conversion of Loughborough's pedestrianised shopping area into a Pedestrian and Cycle Zone was supported by a county wide policy.
As part of its Modern Worker programme, Surrey County Council
ensured staff had MobileIron-secured iOS devices.
Head of finance Kerry Feather said: "Flintshire County Council
has sold its claims against the insolvent estate of LBI (Landsbanki).