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    Physical Factors and Their Influence on Location of Orchards in Co. Armagh We will be travelling around Armagh to collect information to help answer the question. The infromation we will collect will either be primary or secondary data. Primary data will include: Aspect; This is the measurement of which direction a certain slope is facing. Slope; This is how steep the slope is. We will measure this by using a clinometer. We will place our clipboard on the slope and put the

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    Structure of Municipal Government

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    will be discussed in this project are the cities of Oxford and Covington. Both are located in Newton County, Georgia. The city of Oxford has a mayor-council form of government while the city of Covington has a council-manager government. The City of Covington was incorporated in 1822. The city is located in northern Georgia about 40 minutes southeast of Atlanta. Covington is located in Newton county and home to approximately 11,000 residents (City of Covington Government, 2014). Parts of Covington

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    Personal Essay: I Propose To Change the Status of Craighead County, AR From A Dry To A Wet County I propose to change the current status of Craighead County, Arkansas from a dry county to a wet county. Although there are strong arguments that the benefits of being a dry county are greater than the drawbacks, it is important to reassess those ideas. There are two very important drawbacks to a dry county. One is the loss of businesses and revenues from businesses that sell or serve alcoholic beverages

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    of capacity, effort and inconsistency throughout border town counties in Texas were examined. The following research analyses border counties in the state of Texas by investigating total revenues accumulated in the 2012 fiscal year. Even though the notion of decreasing the level of expenditure for local government did not instantly revealed itself, it was later executed over the years. The predictors in revenues for each border county in Texas under the 10,000 population group will be used to determine

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    Local Government Essay

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    I. Introduction In South African governance context the local government are the implementing agent of the national and provincial government, the responsibility of local government is to provide community with sustainable services. However in recent years we have seen many service delivery boycotts in South Africa as a failure of providing basic services at local government level. The maladministration of municipality and lack of community development together with participation has resultant the

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    include two divisions: municipalities and counties. Counties are usually the largest and broadest geographic area and include many local governments however; a county’s power is very miniscule compared to city government. Generally in North Carolina, local governments do not have the power or authority do anything unless it is explicitly granted or enumerated in the state constitution. Although cities have a large range of delegated authority and counties have the least, the state government would

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    The municipal restructuring in Ontario from 1996 to 1999, whether voluntary or involuntary, was the most comprehensive process of municipal reforms since the Baldwin Act of 1849 (Frisken 30). After the election of Harris’ Conservative government in 1995, municipal reform took on a life of its own as it was followed with substantial activity between 1996 and 1999 (Sancton 135-56). This research paper looks to categorize, describe and evaluate the substantial activity that took place between the province

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    Asheville City Schools A government's job is to provide services for its people. But in order to provide all of these services special self governing districts may need to be drawn up to accomplish these goals. These districts could be special districts,regional council or metropolitan organizations. Every town, city and township has them. Without these self governing bodies the efficiency and services of a city would become obsolete. The city of Asheville North Carolina is no different. According

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    Finally, the municipal government relies on development costs to generate revenue. The basis for assessing development costs is driving the low density and it plays role in car-centered development. However, this requires investment and more expensive municipal infrastructure. Development costs are an important cost that can affect development locations, time schedules, and other decisions. Development costs may affect land resource consumption and community design, and are increasingly being used

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    orlando/orange county

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    The metropolitan county Orlando/Orange county is mostly famous for the tourist attraction of Walt Disney, but it has political issues that only the people who are interested would know about. Members of the Orlando City Council are the Mayor- Commissioner, elected at-large, (candidates are chosen by all of the vote in the community, and elected for four year term) and six City Commissioners who are elected from respective districts. All are elected for four-year terms. Special meetings

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    experience. I will soon be graduating with a degree in Spanish and French literature from one of Canada’s top ranked institutions McGill University in Montreal with a UK equivalent of a 2:1. My past work experience in Entrust (former Staffordshire County Council) and the NHS comprised with my work within a local charity has undoubtedly fired a passion and drive to work in the public sector. Making a difference on a local level can prove extremely rewarding. My degree and the skills I acquired My degree

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    Introduction The purpose of The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners reviewing broadband accessibility to North Carolina General Assembly is to provide information concerning the deployment of high speed broadband services and establish a legitimate recommendation using practical and current significance. The NCACC was founded in 1908, and considered one of the most active statewide local government associations in the nation. “The Association employs a professional staff to run the

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    government

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    pertaining to their daily problems in a timely manner, due to the complexity of governing a state. For this reason further bracketing of power results in Home Rule cities and municipalities that alleviate the reliance that General Law cities have on their county, therefore the state as well. According to Dillon’s law, a unit of local government may only exercise the powers granted to it by the state. A General Law city therefore abides solely by the state legislature as mandated by the state constitution

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    The Role of Washington County, Ohio in the Success of the Underground Railroad Gone, gone, --sold and gone To the rice-swamps dank and lone, From Virginia's hills and waters, -- Woe is me, my stolen daughters!" (Whittier in Hamilton, pg. 105) Families torn apart, humans sold on auction blocks, using humans for animal labor. These tragedies along with the words of the Quaker poet John Whiittier are just the beginning when trying to explain the motivation for abolitionists helping to

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    Convincing Q?

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    engineering seemed odd to me, but to the voters in the county of San Luis Obispo (SLO) on 2 November 2004 it was just another proposal on the ballot. This proposition, known as Measure Q shall make it “unlawful for any person or entity to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically engineered organisms in San Luis Obispo County.” This law was proposed after the proponents for Measure Q claimed that “the people of San Luis Obispo County wish to protect the county’s agriculture, environment, economy

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    The Slums Of West County

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    The Slums Of West County It was our first day of freedom. On April 10, 1998, my best friend Laren and I were anxiously ready to move out on our own. We had been planning this for months, while sitting at Denny's for a few hours at a time. We were trying to figure out how much we would each pay in rent, bills, and food. Where we might live and what kind of rules we might have to keep us from killing each other (as roommates are prone to do) were other issues we resolved. So, now the two sheltered

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    Citizen Action and Policy Process: The Case of Disney’s America and Prince William County, Virginia Introduction Regardless of point-of-view, the events surrounding Disney’s America theme-park provide compelling lessons to policy makers, business interests and citizen activist groups. The purpose of this paper is to examine the Disney’s America controversy through the lens of public policy process. I first analyze the core issues of the case. Second, I identify predominant actors and stakeholders

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    Nevadas and Kern County are two strikingly different faces of California. The Sierra Nevadas, a natural refuge for a sizeable number of California’s wildlife, houses opportunities for harvesting lumber, a spiritual place to camp or hike on, and simply as an aesthetic marvel in contrast to LA’s bustling city streets. Kern County’s industrial benefits come from Black Gold, oil. The Kern River discovery started an oil boom, and a forest of wooden derricks sprang up overnight. Kern County resembles a dry

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    Role and legislative mandate of local municipality in intergovernmental relations and facilitation of specific project What is Intergovernmental Relations Intergovernmental relations is intended to promote and facilitate co-operative decision-making and make sure that policies and activities across all spheres encourage service delivery and meet the needs of citizens in an effective way. Although each sphere has different roles and responsibilities our Constitution recognises that the spheres cannot

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    Wake Up, Stark County!

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    Wake Up, Stark County! Approximately 40 million Americans suffer from chronic disorders of sleep and wakefulness, such as narcolepsy, sleep apnea, and insomnia. The majority of those affected remain undiagnosed and untreated. At the Doctors Hospital Center for Sleep Disorders, 1001 patients are regularly treated for some form of these disorders at the present time (Roman interview). Fewer than 5% of these patients are children and 65% are men over the age of 40. Dr. Frankie Roman, a Board

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