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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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Ultimately, Van Buren Township taxpayers could be responsible for the unpaid shortfall if Visteon does not accept or is not compelled by the Court to uphold its responsibility.
A press release issued by Anderson township on Feb.
In addition, Brian Milite, the township's public works director, said that supervisors the township has a "full shed" of road treatment salt with more on the way.
But urban development ministry officials say the ministry has allowed the construction of only two townships Cart-e-Nejat Mena of Najibullah Kabuli and Adro Gul Township in the 17th district of Kabul.
At the end of the process, the Township named Walters as designated redeveloper of Stafford Park in February 2004.
Of the 1,009 townships in Indiana, about 62 percent gained in population from 2000 to 2005.
Some agencies may have to obtain at least some of the funds through creative means; for instance, the German Township Police Department financed the application fee through grants and donations.
In 2000, Monaghan backed a slate of four candidates who challenged incumbents on the township board who had voted against Monaghan's project.
If the township proceeds with the development of a system similar to the one at Riverview, it would need to import waste from the surrounding area, possibly from the United States.
At times "community" could be tagged onto a wider corporate solidarity which extended beyond workshop, township and parish to the region.
In the first case that went to trial, Delta Township, which houses a GM warehouse, was not well prepared, and GM won more than $1 million in back taxes.
Additionally, the township maintains a diverse economic base benefiting from its proximity to New York City and its accessibility via public transportation.