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Parliamentary Procedure -

City meetings follow procedural guidelines to organize, formalize and guide debate and decision making.

Planning and Zoning -

The planning and zoning process allows cities to control developmental aspects of the city.

Population -

The state has grown and evolved considerably over the past two centuries. Census population counts and estimates can affect everything from federal funding to legislative redistricting to the classification of a city.

Procurement -

When making large purchases, cities must comply with the Model Procurement Code or the general bidding statute.
Budget, Expenditures

Property Tax -

Cities can levy taxes on real and tangible property (also called ad valorem taxes) for the purpose of general revenues.

Public Safety -

Safety-oriented expenditures for police, fire, ambulance, and dispatch services combine to form the leading general function expenditure category for cities.

Public Services -

Many cities offer services such as waste and recycling collection, streets and roads, parking facilities, cemeteries and natural resource management.
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