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  1. Act of the City Assembly 6th of Owyn's Flame, 1808 THE TAX REDUCTION ACT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: As seen during the de la Baltas administration, Alderman Halcourt was elevated to the position of Deputy Mayor while still holding his seat as alderman. This caused several problems within the administration & made it so the Deputy Mayor had a voice on the City Assembly which was one of the tenants of the Rights of the Lord Mayor was avidly against. To rectify
  2. [!] Bill has been removed from local law by the City Assembly of 1716.
  3. [!] Bill has been removed from local law by the City Assembly of 1716.
  4. Act of the City Assembly 12th of Godfrey's Triumph, 1806 THE PROVIDENCE CITY CLERK REFORM Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: The Clerk, a vital job of importance to any city. Since the founding of Providence, there have been no official laws set in place regarding The Providence Clerks Office. These reforms seek to establish the rules & boundaries of the clerks which includes, payment, tax reductions, removal of clerks, etcetera. Section I: The Esta
  5. Act of the City Assembly 10th of Godfrey's Triumph 1811 THE BETS AND WAGERS ACT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly INTRODUCTION: While gambling is covered within the Oren Revised Code to a certain degree. It still leaves room for local provincial handling and with gambling on the rise, it's time for the city of Providence to provide a means to control and benefit from such ordeals on a local plan. SECTION I: Gambling tax and local gambling laws 1. Al
  6. Act of the City Assembly 7th of Tobias' Bounty, 1810 THE TAX REDUCTION ACT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: In coordination with His Excellency the Solicitor-General, Charles Galbraith's agenda. We introduce a tax reduction on all employees of the Ministry of Justice by 50%. In the wake of rampant terrorism, strikes, and massacres, it is only necessary that these honorable souls receive the same treatment as the ISA. For they are just as important to serve justice as the Imper
  7. Act of the City Assembly 10th of Owyn's Light, 1815 THE TAX REDUCTION ACT AMENDMENT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: As the recent Tax Reduction Act on housing for the members of the Ministry of Justice was passed stands the problem of people joining it for the mere benefits of cheaper housing while not actively working in the Department and thus to prevent such a dishonorable act, It is deemed that only ranks above Lawmen, Law Clerk and Investigator shall receive the b
  8. Act of the City Assembly 10th of Owyn's Light, 1815 THE CLERKS ACT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: The Clerks of the Imperial City of Providence have an important job. Supplying its citizens with housing, collecting taxes, evicting those who fail to pay, inspecting properties for violation of building code and more. One would think that such an important and prestigious job would get paid decently, but it most certainly does not. SECTION I:
  9. Act of the City Assembly 10th of Owyn's Light, 1815 THE SUSA ACT Introduced in the City Assembly Passed in the City Assembly Introduction: The Susa Stalls were created with an intention to rival the Carrington Emporium Stalls. Following a dramatic drop in foot traffic and sales in the area, many civilians and city officials see it fit that the market be torn down and rebuilt to serve the ever growing need for housing in the Imperial City. The Susa properties will rival those on Helvets Avenue, servi
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