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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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A threatened shutdown of most Palatine Township operations was averted Thursday night when board members passed a 2018-19 budget.
The agreement between the Michigan Department of Treasury and Royal Oak Township expired at midnight on Wednesday, Nov.
He likewise noted that the developers creating these townships often think about the proper mix of uses, such as residential, office and retail.
The new townships will add close to 400 hectares to the firm's portfolio, bringing the total township land area of the Megaworld Group to around 3,100 hectares by the end of the year.
Hence decide this committee would sit at site office of PDA in Regi Township every fortnight to meet the locals and officials and to resolve issues on the spot.
Anderson Township Board of Trustees is appealing the October 2014, Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas decision of Judge Robert Ruehlman with regard to Martin Marietta's subsurface mining application.
Analysts expect more such townships to come up in metros and suburbs over the next few years.
The report prepared by the Special Commission on Extortion of Townships and City Properties in Aug 2012 states the grabbers are powerful warlords and commanders, high-ranking government officials, Cabinet members and wealthy people who have earned money illegally and through drug smuggling.
In 1849, at the insistence of the large influx of northeastern settlers who were familiar with township government, the state added townships as an option that could be voted in by the residents of the county.
Aside from Camp Atterbury in Bartholomew County (which is a special case), Union Township in Vanderburgh County grew the fastest on a percent basis, gaining by 137.
Dolyny is now a consultant to the Township of Emo, which is looking for a "proven" waste handling system.
Experience and technology from developed countries should be introduced to achieve harmony between the use of natural resources and the protection of the environment, and to develop and construct new small townships in China.