Summary: Advocates for "full and frank treatment" of important civic business in order to keep the public engaged.
Summary: Suggests the ability of citizens to influence government at the local level. Emphasizes the importance of active local representative instiutions.
Summary: Suggests that charitable expenditures can be reduced and controlled through action by the city.
Summary: Call for submission of ideas about Citizenship and Education to the Bureau of Municipal Research.
Summary: Citizens are encouraged to write suggestions regarding civic services on attached cards, and submit them to the Bureau of Municipal Research for investigation.
Summary: Adequate planning for community welfare work relies upon effective administration of welfare agencies and financing of community welfare programs. This can only be obtained through city-wide co-operation.
Summary: A summary of publications and achievements of the Bureau of Municipal Research from 1914-1922, including adoption of Bureau policy recommendations
Summary: Analysis of requests and approvals of conference attendance for city council members in light of public criticism of attending these conferences at the city's expense.