Antarctic Cities and Municipalities Association
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|Antarctic Cities and Municipalities Association|
|Headquarters||Flint Tower, 1300 Icicle Street, Polaris, Eastshield|
|- members||120 Representatives|
|Establishment||July 5, 2002|
|- early times||1994-1996|
|- official start||2002|
The Antarctic Cities and Municipalities Association, coloquially known as ACMA is a multi-city organization, founded in Polaris in 2002. The organization is comrpised of multiple municipalities across the Antarctic. The ACMA was created by the Mayors of three cities, South Pole City, Polaris and Club Penguin City in 2002, in an effort to help govern cities. The ACMA is headquartered in the Flint Tower, a 780 ft. tall skyscrapers, with 55 stories where it occupies thirty-six of the fifty-five storiesl
Every two weeks, representatives from cities converge on Polaris for voting, the introduction of ordinances and proposals. Ordiances passed by the organization are required to be universal for all member municipalities and cities, unless the cities are observers. Representatives for cities comprise of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor, under the Universal City Law, passed by the assocation in 2006. The most recent city to join ACMA is Mattress Village.
In 1994, the mayors of Polaris, and South Pole City created a tentaive city partnership deal, in which a bilateral meeting would take place every week. By the end of 1995,10 seperate cities aligned with the then-named Continental Cities Union, which was headquartered in Polaris, which is still the home of the ACMA today.
|City||Representative or Observer||Deputy Representative||Join date (Y-M-D)|
|Polaris||Kenneth N. Kratz||Annalie Reed||2008-01-01|
|South Pole City||Orion Freddy||Stanley Mafee|
|Club Penguin City||James Patterson||Darren O'Connor|
|Shiverpool||Louis Ford||Adrian Stone|
|East Bank City||CatZip888||Jason Meiler||2009-01-01|
|Bern||Jacques Formidable||Maurice Hammerstein|
|Snellville (Observer)||Fanny Ford||N/A|
|Glassyglow||Mark Dickson||Walton Freedon|
|Enderby City||Jacob Reginald Enderby III||Karl Wolfe|
|Penguville||James Flack||Walter Farley|
|Ternville (Observer)||Amelia Catherine Hatter|
|New West City||Idoreconise||Allen Fink|
|Beachville||Allen Fink||Jana Donn|
|Penguiki||Darren Wall||Adam Penguinson|
|Googolplex (Observer)||Stevie Falcon I||James Techno|
|Mojave||Emily Bach||Franz Brunswick|
|Sealville||Warren Tusken||Demi Musty|
|Snowville||Sam Rudi||Vanna Fox||2009-01-03|
|Newton Town||Joyce Aller||David Acton||2009-01-03|
|Saint Moritz||Frank Mort||Donna Artford||2011-01-01 (Jan 1st 2011)|
|Aquarius||Sir Thomas Aquarius||Lyndon Pannel|
|Frostize||Kirk McKirk||Dan Dolley|
|Inland||Graham Bill||Rana King|
|Las Puffles||Oscar B. Greatman||Brendan Taylor|
|New Happyface City||Landon Morton||Maurice Julian|
|Ice City||Anna Garcia||Diego Dellas|
|Pengu Town||Allen Carten||Michael Hain|
|Kingston||Harry Drift||Adam Waynes|
|Mattress Village (observer)||Gopper1||N/A||2011-04-15|
|Jing Jongs Town (Observer)||Jing Jongs||N/A||2011-11-15|
Universal City Law
- Yoenah has tried to apply for this several times, but it is resoundingly rejected as a media stunt and lame bid for recognition.
- As an observer, Mattress Village is not affected by UCLs passed in the Association, but it does vote and propose laws for the Association. (Obviously, they never pass. Ever. Ever ever ever.)
- The Mattress Village Representative actually bunks in the Flint Tower,that is to say, he actually lives there. Since the weekly trip from his hometown to Polaris would take too long and be too expensive, he has a small room of his own in the tower.
- Some have considered moving the headquarters from Polaris to South Pole City, because more moderate observers fear that Polaris is "trying to usurp South Pole City" as the dominant municipality on the Antarctic mainland.