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  • Councilors serve four-year terms, with four or five being chosen every second year.
  • Six councilors are elected at large while the other nine are elected by district.
  • Councilors got the authority to make decision in the name of island people.
  • Each municipality has a council composed of councilors in terms of population size.
  • One day, immediately after the hour of prayer, he called his councilors together. Cited from Men Called Him Master, by Elwyn Allen Smith
  • The party also won a few local councilors positions across the country.
  • The council consists of a mayor and eight councilors elected to three year terms.
  • The elected councilors make up the executive political body of this government.
  • Councilors are elected to a four year term while the mayor is elected to a two year term.
  • The city council consists of the mayor and six councilors, all of whom serve four-year terms.
  • The mayor and individual councilors are elected for a term of four years.
  • On the other hand the sports council, which has a small leadership team but big councilors team.
  • He is one of only a few federal councilors to be voted out of office.
  • The mayor and councilors are elected to four-year terms and are limited to serving only two.
  • The Mayor is elected from among the elected councilors in its first meeting after elections.
  • Councilors were elected by the public for a three-year term, one third posted each year.
  • Councilors got the fully authority to decide what to do for their island and the people.
  • The city council is composed of a mayor and six city councilors.
  • Of the fifty-two general councilors, forty-two are right and ten are left or relatively left.
  • James I and his councilors then knew but little about America. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
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