Agglomeration community of Annemasse – Les Voirons

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Annemasse - Les Voirons Agglomération
Country France
Established January 1, 2002
Government
 • Term of office 2008-2014
Website www.annemasse-agglo.fr
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The agglomeration community Annemasse - Les Voirons is an intercommunal structure located in Haute-Savoie, France. It consists of the town Annemasse and 11 neighbouring communes. It is located at the Swiss border, east of Geneva, between the mountains Salève and Voirons.

History[edit]

In 1966, the communes of Ambilly, Annemasse, Etrembières, Gaillard, Ville-la-Grand and Vétraz-Monthoux formed the syndicat intercommunal à vocations multiples of the Annemasse agglomeration. This cooperation became a communauté de communes on January 1, 2002.[1] The communauté de communes of the Annemasse agglomeration and the communauté de communes of the Voirons merged to form the present agglomeration community in 2007.[2]

Communes[edit]

INSEE Code Commune Inhabitants
74012 Annemasse 30618
74008 Ambilly 5808
74040 Bonne 2566
74094 Cranves-Sales 4400
74118 Étrembières 1480
74133 Gaillard 11346
74305 145 Juvigny 554
74153 Lucinges 1500
74158 Machilly 861
74229 Saint-Cergues 2513
74298 Vétraz-Monthoux 6052
74305 Ville-la-Grand 6989
Total 12 communes 74688

Politics[edit]

Communitary council[edit]

The conseil is composed of 79 delegates of municipal councils of member communes.[3]

Commune Number of delegates
Ambilly 6
Annemasse 19
Bonne 4
Cranves-Sales 4
Etrembières 6
Gaillard 4
Juvigny 9
Lucinges 4
Machilly 4
Saint-Cergues 4
Vétraz-Monthoux 4
Ville-La-Grand 7

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