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  • Public Safety-
  • schools
  • Local roads
  • Sports fields
  • Local parks
  • libraries
  • Garbage collection – may be contracted out to a private company
  • Utilities: electricity, gas, water, sewer
  • Waste water/ sewer services
  • Land use/ zoning issuesAre you allowed to run a business out of your house, can you keep chickens or other livestock on your property, etc.
  • Elections
  • Welfare, services for at risk children, services for residents with disabilities, etc.
  • Local Government Services Presentation

    1. 1. Local Government Services
    2. 2. Local government gets their powers from the State Laws made by the Virginia General Assembly and Powers given in the Constitution of Virginia Images from: http://vasbp.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/virginia_general_assembly.jpg and http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/1830constitution01.jpg/180px-1830constitution01.jpg
    3. 3. Local Governments: Make local laws (ordinances) Have budgets Images from: http://media.lehighvalleylive.com/lehigh-county/photo/hanover-township-board-of-supervisors-may-22-2012-2156213873e9af92.jpg , http://www.stpaulrealestateblog.com/images/old/6a00d83451d6cf69e201157214509d970b-pi.jpg, and http://www.co.eauclaire.wi.us/CountyGovernment/county_scorecard/psaj.htm
    4. 4. Do you live in a city or a county? Virginia has… 39 cities led by a council and Mayor 95 counties led by a board of supervisors Images from: http://geology.com/state-map/maps/virginia-county-map.gif and http://www.aerialarchives.com/stock/img/AHLB5268.jpg
    5. 5. What does the local government do?
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    21. 21. Categories of Local Government Services Cal
    22. 22. Authentic Documents of Local Government Services
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    24. 24. ID No.: ____________ Entry Code:________ Grade Entering: ____ Date of Entry:_______ STUDENT DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY School: ____________ Grade Entering:_____ IMPORTANT: This information sheet is to be kept in the student's scholastic record. Student's Legal Name FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY School:____________ ID No.:_____________ LOUDOUN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT REGISTRATION Entry Code: ________ (Exactly as shown on Birth Certificate): Date of Entry: ______ ______________________________________________________________________________ Last Suffix First Middle Nickname: ________________ Date of Birth: ______ _____ ______ Sex: Male FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY Initial & Date ________________ Birth Certificate Notarized Affidavit Female Month Social Security # (if available): ______-____-______ Day Birth Place: Birth Certificate No.: ___________________________ Town/City State Year Social Security Card Provided Yes No Country, if not USA PLEASE NOTE: The federal government requires that both these questions be answered and provides only the following categories for ethnic group and race. If both questions are not answered, school personnel are required to make a selection for both. Is the student Hispanic or Latino?  No – Not Hispanic or Latino.  Yes – A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The above part of the question is about ethnicity, not race. No matter what you selected above, please continue to answer the following: Race: (Please choose one or more)  American Indian or Alaskan Native: a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America, including Central America, who maintains a tribal affiliation or community attachment. a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent, including Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam. Black or African American: a person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa or Caribbean Islands, including Bahamas, Barbados, Haiti, Jamaica, Tobago, Trinidad, and West Indies. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. White: a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East.  Asian:    Who has legal custody?  Parents  Mother  Father  Other_________________________ (If  oh r  tan  ―a r e s ‖,  custody documentation and form C-13 must be submitted to he P nt Department of Pupil Services for approval prior to enrollment.) t Primary Contact and enrolling parent/legal guardian with whom the student resides: Name: _____________________________________________________________ Last Suffix, First Primary Contact Number (please check “first-call”  preference): (____)________________  Home Telephone unlisted  Home Middle  Cell (____)__________________ Cell Telephone ___________________________________________ E-Mail Address (1) (_____)_______________ (____)______________ Work(1) Telephone (Ext.) Work(2) Telephone (Ext.) _____________________________________ E-Mail Address (2) Primary Address (Post Office Box is not acceptable) _____________ ___________________________________________ House Number Mother Father Legal Guardian  Work(1) Street Name FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY ________ Apt # Proof of residency verified _______________ Initials _______________ Date Seen ________________________________________________________________________________________ Deed/mortgage statement/settlement City/State/Zip Current property tax bill Current signed lease Mailing Address (If different from primary address) Shared Housing Document McKinney-Vento—approved Determination of Residency—approved ____________ _________________________________________________ _______ House No. Street or P.O. Box Apt # Other ________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip Form C-9 (Revised 10/11) FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY Proof of residency verified ____________ ___ Initials ____________ ___ Date Seen ____________ ___ Document Seen
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    28. 28. County of Loudoun Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services FACILITY AND GROUNDS USE APPLICATION Applicant's Name Organization/Title____________________________________________Email: ______________________________ Address Zip ___________ Phone: Home___________________________ Work_____________________________ Cell________________________________ PRCS Facility :________________________________________________ RENTAL SPACE DAY OF WEEK DATE(S) TIMES: Set up / Event Start/Stop / Clean up What type of event are you planning? Meeting___; Birthday Party___; Family Reunion___; Fund Raiser___; Community wide event____ Other; Explain:___________________________________________________________________ For what age group is this event? All ages_____; Preschool_____; Elem;_____; MS;_____; HS_____; Adult_____; Will this event be: Private___ ; Open to the public___. Estimated Attendance: 1-10___; 11-24___; 25-49___; 50-100___; 101-150___; Estimated number over 150________________________ Will food served be brought in___; Prepared on site___; Catered :___. Health Department Food Permit #:_________________________ Do you plan to have any amusement rides, inflatable games, moon bounces, etc. at this event? ___No, ___ Yes, Permit #____________ Will the participants be charged a fee to attend? No___; Yes___; Advanced ticket sales___; Admission fee___; Donations Accepted_____ Items sold___; Other, Explain:_____________________________________________________________________________________ Rental Equipment/ No of: Tables ___; Chairs___; Sound System___; Tent___; Movie Screen___; Pavilion___; Other________ PLEASE READ: The undersigned certifies that s/he is of the legal age of 21 years and is familiar with the rules and regulations of Loudoun County Parks, Recreation and Community Services and local use of public buildings and grounds, and s/he will abide by the Rules, Regulations and Ordinances. The undersigned accepts full responsibility for all damages to County property caused by said use and for the prompt and proper settlement of claims for such damage. All fees must be paid in advance. No alcoholic beverages or tobacco products allowed in the building or on its grounds unless otherwise permitted. I have received a copy of the PRCS General Rules for Renters and will abide by them. Applicant's Signature _______________________________________________ Date__________________________ *************************************************************************************************** FOR OFFICE STAFF ONLY: METHOD OF PAYMENT: CHECK #___________ CASH $______________ VISA___; MC;____ DISC______ Total Fee PAYMENT RECEIVED: $____________; Image from: http://www.loudoun.gov/documents/42/930/Facility%20Rental%20Packet.PDF
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    30. 30. Sample Ballot City General Election Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Oakland County, Michigan City of Royal Oak, Precinct NONPARTISAN SECTION PROPOSAL SECTION CITY CITY Proposal A Charter Amendment Proposal 3 2013 Human Rights Ordinance Currently, Chapter 3, Section 15 and Chapter Ten, Section 1, of the City Charter requires the City Commission to appoint the City Assessor. And, Chapter Three, Section 15 of the City Charter also requires the City Commission to appoint the City Treasurer. The proposed amendment, if adopted, would allow the City Manager to appoint the City Treasurer and City Assessor. MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Jim Ellison COMMISSIONER Vote for not more than 3 Sharlan Douglas An ordinance to amend the Code of the City of Royal Oak to prohibit discrimination based upon actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, height, weight, condition of pregnancy, marital status, physical or mental limitation, source of income, family responsibilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status, and to provide penalties for the violation thereof. Should this proposal be adopted? Diane K. Hargan For the Ordinance YES Jeremy T. Mahrle Against the Ordinance NO David Poulton Charter Amendment "Proposal 1" LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Currently, the City Charter at Chapter Three, Section 3, restricts eligibility for Mayor or Commissioner to persons who first has attained the age of 25 at the time of election. The proposed amendment, if adopted, would allow anyone to serve as Mayor or Commissioner who has attained the age of 21 at the time of election and who is otherwise eligible. Shall the proposal be adopted? YES NO Charter Amendment "Proposal 2" Currently, the City Charter at Chapter Three, Section 3, restricts eligibility for Mayor or Commissioner to persons who are freeholders of the city (real estate property owners). Due to various court rulings holding that freeholder eligibility requirements for elective office violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Michigan and Federal constitutions this freeholder eligibility clause is currently unenforceable. The proposed amendment, if adopted, would eliminate this requirement in the City Charter at Chapter Three, Section 3, for Mayor and Commissioner. Should this proposal be adopted? YES SCHOOL DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF ROYAL OAK OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal, if approved by the electors, will allow the School District of the City of Royal Oak to continue to levy the number of operating mills required for the School District to receive revenues at the full per pupil foundation allowance permitted by the State of Michigan. Shall the limitation on the total amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, situated within the School District of the City of Royal Oak, County of Oakland, State of Michigan, be increased as provided in the Michigan Constitution, in the amount of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation), and against all principal residences and other property not exempted by law, by 3.4 mills ($3.40 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation), both millages to be for a period of seven (7) years, from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2021, inclusive with the above 18 mills and the above 3.40 mills (which is a reduction from the 3.5030 mills previously authorized by the electors) being a renewal of millage which would otherwise expire on December 31, 2013? These operating millages if approved and levied, would provide estimated revenues to the School District of Eighteen Million Eight Hundred Thousand ($18,800,000) Dollars during the 2014 calendar year, to be used for general operating purposes. NO Should this proposal be adopted? YES NO Image from: http://www.ci.royal-oak.mi.us/portal/webfm_send/2697
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