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Question 1: If another type of local authority such as a district authority covers a single town (such as Corby or ________) then the council is often a 'borough council': borough status is however conferred at the discretion of the Crown.
Stroud (district)South GloucestershireCheltenhamGloucester

Question 2: A town council is a democratically elected form of government for small ________ or civil parishes.
TownshipMunicipalityProvinceLocal administrative unit

Question 3: This leader may be granted a title such as ________, mayor, or president.
Parliamentary procedureChairmanQuorumCommittee

Question 4: They consist of five to seven members with the head of council being the ________.
MayorMunicipalityLondonBerlin

Question 5: In ________, where the lowest tier of local government is known as a community, the Community Council may unilaterally declare itself to be a Town Council, but this has the same status as a Community Council.
WalesScotlandEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 6: Historically the term 'town council' was used for the governing body of a ________.
BelfastMunicipal boroughCounty boroughCounty council

Question 7: ________ town council members serve primarily as a policy and direction board for the community.
AlbertaCanadaOntarioManitoba

Question 8: However, this is often abbreviated simply to mayor, especially where the town was historically a borough or city, such as ________ or Ely.
LewesSeaford, East SussexPeacehavenNewhaven, East Sussex

Question 9: In ________, town councils are civil parish councils, where the civil parish has declared itself to be a town.
ScotlandWalesEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The term 'town mayor' is used as opposed to simply 'mayor', which means the mayor of a ________ or a city.
BurghBoroughIndependent cityProvince







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