Some History
1853: Middlesbrough becomes a Municipal Borough.
1889: Middlesbrough becomes one of the new County Boroughs and is responsible for all its local government services, including education from 1902.
1968: Middlesbrough County Borough disappears and the town becomes part of a new Teesside County Borough - an area covering both sides of the river, from Billingham through Stockton, Thornaby, Middlesbrough and Eston to Redcar.
1974: Middlesbrough Borough Council reappears as one of the four districts in the newly-created County of Cleveland.
1996: Middlesbrough Council becomes a unitary local authority once more.

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