Municipal Jurisdiction

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Municipal Jurisdiction

The area over which a municipality governs. For example, the municipal jurisdiction of a city extends to the city limits. Municipalities must enforce laws and may tax within their jurisdictions.
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The Municipal Council is empowered to make recommendations with regard of various activities within the municipal jurisdictions.
Aboriginal neighbours, resource companies, senior governments and municipal jurisdictions, all collide right here in Northern Ontario.
Anna Smith, National Training Coordinator for Indian Country Training, clarifies, “We highly recommend this course for tribal elected officials, tribal department managers, tribal public safety and tribal emergency managers, as well as officials in neighboring county or municipal jurisdictions who would like to learn more about tribal-specific processes.
Alberta has cooperative agreements with government-supported science and technology institutes as well as twinning agreements with provincial and municipal jurisdictions and between post-secondary institutions.
Breaking up the city into smaller municipal jurisdictions is exactly what is needed to meet the religious leaders' vision of a ``good city.
While the pending crime legislation awaits action by the House, citizens cry out for immediate attention to the conditions that have given rise to prevailing rates of crime and violence in our municipal jurisdictions.
Through this partnership, GreenWizard will work to made adoption of IgCC by various state and municipal jurisdictions easier and more cost-efficient, which will widely advance the cause of green building, an important goal of both GreenWizard and ICC," said GreenWizard's CEO Adam Bernholz.
Pilot Mountain now joins the ranks of the municipal jurisdictions such as the cities of Charlotte, Greenville, and Raleigh, North Carolina that have selected the Sparta Municipal Lease Program as a preferred alternative to the past method of financing their police departments' police cruisers by paying for the units entirely upfront.
Over the course of his 35-year career, he has provided expert testimony in various federal, state and municipal jurisdictions, at arbitration hearings and before regulatory boards.
In March, 1997 Intermec expanded its commitment to the public sector by organizing the Government Systems Division to focus on serving the needs of state, local and municipal jurisdictions.
The proliferation of anti-predatory lending laws to numerous state and municipal jurisdictions, stiff penalties for non-compliance, and the potential implication of mortgage assignees have made the PA system an indispensable part of mortgage origination and acquisition.
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