Definición de common council en inglés:

common council

Silabificación: com·mon coun·cil

sustantivo

A town or city council in some parts of the US and Canada, and in London.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The 1822 charter eliminated the legislative power of the people in town meetings, replacing them with a large common council of 48 members and a smaller board of aldermen with 12 members.
  • He also served on the common council of Philadelphia for many years, and was particularly active on the watering committee, which was responsible for overseeing the city's waterworks.
  • Over the fourteen years since his first election to the old common council, Curley had accomplished a great deal.

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