HWCC

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AcronymDefinition
HWCCHardware Closed Caption
HWCCHawthorn Woods Country Club (Illinois)
HWCCHazardous Waste Consultative Committee (Australia)
HWCCHouston Wire and Cable Co. (Houston, TX)
HWCCHereford and Worcester County Council (UK)
HWCCHarvey Wheeler Community Center (West Concord, MA)
HWCCHarpoon Weapons Control Console
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A Hereford and Worcester county council or, Leslie Port-man, today called for regular medical cheeks.
The sites were picked by the planning chairman and planning chief under pressure from Hereford and Worcester County Council.
But the 400 villagers, desperate for peace and quiet, petitioned Hereford and Worcester County Council to cut them off.
The pounds 80 million scheme is part of a rolling review of education provision which was started when Worcestershire County Council took over from Hereford and Worcester County Council five years ago to improve standards.
The menu, produced by Hereford and Worcester County Council, has won the approval of the Department of Education and attracted the interest of education authorities throughout Britain.
A former GP practice manager, she has also served on South Herefordshire District Council and Hereford and Worcester County Council.
Sir, - Well-deserved tributes were paid to the late Ronald Carrington, OBE, DL at last Thursday's meeting of Worcestershire County Council, a distinguished public servant in every respect and former chairman of Hereford and Worcester County Council.
Mr Carrington, Tory chairman of Hereford and Worcester County Council from 1989 to 1993, officially opened the road and bridge, the city's main lifeline during the recent floods, in 1984.
He managed sites for Wychavon District Council for two years until the work was transferred to Hereford and Worcester County Council in 1995.
He was a pupil at the school from 1984 to 1987 and although complaints were made to Hereford and Worcester County Council, no action was taken until police made an investigation in 1991.
A leading Worcestershire Conservative and former vice chairman of the Hereford and Worcester County Council has died, aged 79.
Mrs Joan Hadley, the first woman to be elected chairwoman of the Hereford and Worcester County Council, has died, aged 74.