WMRA

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WMRAWaste Management Recycle America (Waste Management, Inc.)
WMRAWest Midlands Regional Assembly (UK)
WMRAWorld Mountain Running Association
WMRAWashington Midget Racing Association
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WMRAWavelet Multi-Resolution Analysis
WMRAWaterhouse Moor Residents' Association (Harlow, Essex, UK)
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Previous roles include chief executive at West Midlands LGA and West Midlands Regional Assembly, corporate director at Staffordshire County Council and associate director at the Audit Commission.
A spokesman for the West Midlands Regional Assembly (whoever they are) announced that a meeting will take place presumably to discuss the situation as if this is an entirely new phenomenen as opposed to one that has been around for some while.
The West Midlands Regional Assembly has defended plans to build thousands of houses in the region by 2026.
The West Midlands Regional Assembly is due to be axed in 2010.
Work on the A483 Pant and Llanymynech bypass, due to start in 2009, is now in the hands of the West Midlands Regional Assembly after government transport chiefs decided it will have to bid for regional funding.
The West Midlands Regional Assembly will also meet today to decide whether or not to support the Department for Transport's plan, which is being fiercely resisted by the Campaign to Protect Rural England and other environmental groups.
Phil Davis Ex-chair West Midlands Regional Assembly
The West Midlands Regional Assembly, representing 38 local authorities, said the figure was "simplistic" and simply assumed that past levels of growth would continue despite the impact of the worst economic recession in living memory.
THE West Midlands Business Council has announced its new business sector vice-chairman of the West Midlands Regional Assembly's Housing Partnership.
The West Midlands Regional Assembly, which lobbies nationally to improve the region's social and economic interests, rejected Government plans for a 50-mile M6 Expresswaythrough Staffordshire to south Cheshire.
We all have opinions of the accountability and effectiveness of the West Midlands Regional Assembly - however, what can be said is that it was open, transparent and accountable.
The councils, represented by the West Midlands Regional Assembly, said their preferred figure of 365,000 homes already represented a 50 per cent increase on housing targets in an existing strategy.
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