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  • ...ary. The economic-development tax break became the preferred mechanism for city purchase of the land for the Clinton Center after a proposed [[hamburger ta Rutherford was subpoenaed in February 2001 by the [[Burton House Committee on Government Reform]], which was investigating possible links between Foundation fund-ra
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  • ...r III''' is a businessman and real estate developer born and raised in the city of Little Rock. Pfeifer went to Yale on a Navy scholarship. After his time ...e [[Clinton Presidential Center]]. Mr. Pfeifer's land was condemned by the city of Little Rock in 1999 so that it could become the site for the Clinton Pre
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  • *[[City of Little Rock]] *[[City of North Little Rock]]
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  • lasting impact on both of us wanting to see great things happen for the city[.]" ...nd Conventions]], the [[Little Rock Housing Authority]], the [[Little Rock City Beautiful Committee]], [[Central Arkansas Transit]], the [[Metrocentre Impr
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  • ...hips. Citizen service is advanced by the [[Clinton Democracy Fellowship at City Year]]. ..., and Ted W. Waitt. Donors who have given more than $5 million include the Government of Norway, the Nationale Postcode Loterji, Haim Saban and The Saban Family
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  • ...tments with restaurants and shops, tennis courts, and swimming pools." The city had successfully knocked down many buildings, but had been much less effect The first city plan to redevelop the downtown riverfront and East Markham area emerged in
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  • ...uding assistant city manager, assistant to the mayor, and assistant to the city manager. ...ive in State and Local Government Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
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  • '''Barbara Graves''' is an at-large City Director for the [[City of Little Rock]], an elected post she has occupied since 2000. She has also ...rectors and it takes six votes to pass something. That is the only form of government we have right now. I’m prepared to work with what's given to me, in eithe
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  • ...he studied at the Arkansas Institute of Politics and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. It was in 1978 that Shackelford joined the [[City of Little Rock Board of Directors]]. In 1987 she became the first woman to
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  • [[Image:City-little-rock-logo.jpg|thumb|Seal of the City of Little Rock.]] ...Rock]] committee that has as its charge the setting of policies making the city livable. There are seven ward and three at-large directors.
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  • ...] and the [[Statehouse Convention Center]] in the downtown district of the city. The Bureau enjoys an annual budget of $9.5 million derived from [[hamburge [[Category:Local government]]
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  • ...s territorial capitol was originally located at Arkansas Post. The seat of government was removed to Little Rock in 1821. The first meeting of the [[Arkansas Gen ...ature. (The General Assembly met in Washington, Arkansas, in 1863 when the city of Little Rock was occupied by Union troops.)
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  • [[Image:City-of-little-rock.JPG|thumb|300px|Skyline of Little Rock at night. Photo court''' is an incorporated municipality in [[Pulaski County]], Arkansas. The city is the political and commercial center of the state.
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  • ...ship Architects LLP''' is an architectural design firm located in New York City. Polshek Partnership was commissioned by the [[Clinton Foundation]] to crea commissions, i.e., nonprofit clients in health, education, culture, and government."
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  • of the program are modeled after Boston's John F. Kennedy School of Government. ...the Clinton Presidential Center. All of the parkland is maintained by the City of Little Rock.
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  • ...mbling." By 1820 central Arkansas was so thick with saloons that the state government began taxing them to slow down growth in the business. It didn't work. ..., sponsored by nineteen senators, made "it unlawful for any court, town or city council to issue
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  • ...he site until 1890. In 1892 the U.S. government gave the property to the [[City of Little Rock]], requiring that it be "forever exclusively devoted to the
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  • director [[Jimmy Moses]] worked tirelessly with representatives of city government, the [[Arkansas Highway Department]], the [[U.S. Army Corps of Engineers]], ...plan was also inspired by an April 1972 visit of seventeen local business, government, and civic leaders to Minneapolis' successful downtown Nicollet Mall. Nicol
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  • Rockefeller was born May 1, 1912, in New York City. Rockefeller was the grandson of John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard O ...Americans in Arkansas. He increased the number of blacks working in state government from 325 to 1,800 during his tenure as governor. Rockefeller also integrate
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  • ...Little Rock Parks & Rec maintains more than 5,000 acres of parkland in the city, comprising fifty-two individual parks. The current director of the Departm ...nt Park]]. Parks & Rec also maintains six indoor recreation centers in the city and three golf courses. Other facilities operated under the direction of th
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