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government_type Non-metropolitan district leader_title Leader leader_name Harvey Siggs leader_title1 Council leader_name1 leader_title2 MPs (MPs elected in the UK general election, 2010): leader_name2 David Heath (David Heath (politician)) (LD (Liberal Democrats)), Tessa Munt (LD) established_title Created established_date 1 April 1974

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larger than Shepton Mallet) is Frome. The district was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, by a merger of the municipal boroughs of Glastonbury and Wells (Wells, Somerset), along with Frome, Shepton Mallet, Street (Street, Somerset) urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland))s, and Frome Rural District, Shepton Mallet Rural District, Wells Rural District, and part of Axbridge Rural District and part of Clutton Rural


Cobourg

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Conference of Bishops. On July 1, 1837, Cobourg was officially incorporated as a town. In 1841 the Upper Canada Academy's name was changed to Victoria College (Victoria University in the University of Toronto). In 1842 Victoria College was granted powers to confer degrees. Victoria College remained in Cobourg until 1892, when it was moved to Toronto and federated with the University of Toronto. In 1842, John Strachan founded the Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg, an Anglican

technology, this economic link decreased in importance. On December 20, 1951, Cobourg experienced media attention as a Curtiss C-46 Commando crash landed in local farmer Charles Wilson's field. 12 Cobourg was the site of No. 26 Ordnance Depot, later Canadian Forces Station Cobourg (CFS Cobourg), from 1953 to 1971. Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, the town invested heavily in purchasing property along


Homestead Air Reserve Base

for the installation. The wing also supports operations of several "tenant" units at Homestead ARB, including the "scramble" capability of Detachment 1, 125th Fighter Wing (125 FW), of the Florida Air National Guard. In this United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) mission, 125 FW F-15C D Eagle (F-15 Eagle) fighter interceptors stand ready alert to intercept unidentified or potentially hostile aircraft. Since 11

September 2001, this mission has primarily been in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE (Noble Eagle). In addition to the 125th Fighter Wing's Detachment 1, other tenant activities at Homestead ARB include: – Headquarters, U.S. Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH), the special operations component of U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) – 50th Area Support Group, Florida Army National Guard – U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team Miami – U.S. Army Corps

operations with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In October 2005, Homestead Air Reserve Base teamed up with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to bring over 1 million tons of relief supplies to South Floridians recovering from Hurricane Wilma. History Homestead Airfield began as a United States Army Air Forces facility on 16 September 1942 when the Army Air Forces assumed control of an isolated airstrip located about a mile inland from the shore of Biscayne Bay


Osoyoos

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Ajax, Ontario

and the first Public School Board. On June 22, 1973, the Ontario Legislature enacted Bill 162 to amalgamate the Town of Ajax and the Village of Pickering (Pickering Village, Ontario) and annex certain portions of the Township of Pickering to the Town of Ajax, as part of the creation of the new Durham Region; this also included the remote lakeside Town of Pickering Beach. The Region and Town both officially came into being on January 1, 1974. Communities of Ajax

. In addition, two Regional Councillors each represent a pair of wards. The Mayor and the Regional councillors sit on both Ajax Town Council and Durham Region Council. The current council was elected in October 2010. The members of the council are: '''Mayor''': Steve Parish '''Members of Council''': *Shaun Collier: Regional Councillor, Wards 1 and 2 *Colleen Jordan: Regional Councillor, Wards 3 and 4 *Marilyn Crawford: Councillor, Ward 1 *Renrick Ashby: Councillor, Ward 2 *Joanne Dies

: Councillor, Ward 3 *Pat Brown: Councillor, Ward 4 In the past, Council has sat for a three-year term, but the Ontario Legislature (Legislative Assembly of Ontario) has recently introduced legislation increasing the length of municipal council terms in Ontario to four years. The last municipal election was held on October 25, 2010. A by-election was held on March 1, 2008 to fill the Ward 2 council seat left vacant after councillor Joe Dickson was elected to the Legislature for Ajax—Pickering


West Kelowna

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Estates, Rose Valley and Lakeview Heights. Adjacent to the District of West Kelowna's boundaries are two self-governing reserves of the Westbank First Nation, Tsinstikeptum 9 and Tsinstikeptum 10. Approximately 9,000 non-band members and 800 First Nation Westbank band members live on the reserves.

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Chatham-Kent

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0.2 cm Jan snow days 7.5 Feb snow days 4.7 Mar snow days 3.5 Apr snow days 0.83 May snow days 0.0 Jun snow days 0.0 Jul snow days 0.0 Aug snow days 0.0 Sep snow days 0.0 Oct snow days 0.04 Nov snow days 0.88 Dec snow days 5.0 year snow days 22.4 source 1 Environment Canada

&GeoCode 3536 Community Profiles from the 2006 Census, Statistics Canada - Census Division *First Nations: 3.1% *Black: 2.0% *South Asian: 0.5% *Other groups: 1.7% Ethnocultural statistics ''For all groups that comprise at least 1% of the population. Note that a person can report more than one ethnic origin.''


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