As I noted at the start of this essay, the standard narrative of Elizabethan theater history says that an attempt by the London authorities to suppress playing in the mid-1570s--specifically a 1574 Common Council
order that placed many restrictions on playing--drove the players out of the city to the suburbs, where they built open-air playhouses such as the Theatre and the Curtain and subsequently thrived.
Our city is in turmoil tonight," said Alderman Ashanti Hamilton, president of the Milwaukee Common Council
Milwaukee's mayor and the Common Council
president have been in talks with Ocwen about the agreement since July 2015.
Perry Galdenzi, Lafarge project manager, made the pledge as he appealed to the Common Council
for a special use permit that would allow the company, which employs 39 people, to mine nine acres of land within city limits, according to the Buffalo News.
It reads that in accordance with the decision of Common Council
of Interest (CCI) made on 18th March 2015, the new census is expected before March 2016, for which, Rs 145 billion would be received from the provinces on head of its expenditures.
GDC's plan was presented to the Peekskill Common Council
on June 15.
Denny served on the Worcester Common Council
in 1904-1905; he was a state representative from 1906 to 1909; a state senator from 1910 to 1912; and a member of the Governor's Council from 1913 to 1915.
It sounds as though dealing with Tony Soprano would be easier than negotiating a deal with Vale Common Council
The company has received a ten-year tax abatement that was unanimously approved by the Kokomo Common Council
for the personal property taxes for the project.
But in July of this year, Milwaukee's Common Council
voted unanimously to remove the limit completely.
When that location caused problems with traffic congestion, the Detroit Common Council
authorized the construction of a purpose-built structure to be located nearby, in Cadillac Square.
JOHN STEVENS Bellman to the Common Council
of the Burgess of Alnwick