English version

county council

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Government
county councilˌcounty ˈcouncil noun [countable]  PGa group of people who are elected to the local government of a county, especially in Britain Kent County Council
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county councilAn appeal for a county council grant, however, looks unlikely to succeed.School route: Durham county council has reminded school bus drivers that they should not use the narrow Roundhill Road route.He sat for sixteen years on the London school board, and seventeen on the London county council.This review is to be repeated as frequently as the county council determines.Nacro was given an absolute discharge, but the county council was fined £200 and ordered to pay more than £450 costs.Clwyd's Euro Week starts today with a special edition of Clwyd Connections published to mark the occasion by the county council.They will be passed to the county council.
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