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township

(1) Primarily in the northeast, a jurisdictional and geographical area within a county. (2) A division within the public land survey system.

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The OMB was established in 1906 as the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board (ORMB), which had its initial impetus during the Long Depression of the late nineteenth century.
Because the by-law amends the zoning code, appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board are eliminated.
The Ontario Municipal Board decision in 2000 suggested the studies be done.
The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) is expected to hear claims for the awarding of costs relating to the recent OMB hearing on the rezoning of the Britannia site in the Second Quarter of 2005.
In response to questions, David Johnston, Director of Planning and Development advised that council had no jurisdiction over Committee of Adjustment decisions; the process of appeal was through the Ontario Municipal Board.
A long drawn-out city planning battle in the late 1990s with nearby residents landed before an Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) justice and eventually scuttled an earlier partnership of Giommi's with Superior Industrial Rail and All-Canada Crane for a reload centre, rail car refurbishing shop and manufacturing component.
TORONTO -- Jannock Properties Limited has received a ruling from the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) requiring it to provide security of $3,125,000 for the claims by the City of Mississauga and one other claimant for costs relating to the recent OMB hearing on the zoning of the Britannia site.
A housing development with a long and tangled history was given the go-ahead by the Ontario Municipal Board this month.
Downtown merchants and mall operators have reached peace with Wal-Mart just prior to an Ontario Municipal Board hearing in Sault Ste.
A developer may deprive residents of a precious river-edge access and ground level viewing area if the county fails to intervene in pre-hearing negotiations at a significant Ontario Municipal Board appeal.
Concerned citizens, downtown merchants, local retailers and service unions have challenged the validity' of the city's zoning procedures through the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) and questioned whether Sudbury can support hundreds of thousands of square feet of retail space with out creating some casualties.
Marie has, been given the green-light by the Ontario Municipal Board to proceed with development.

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