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subdivision

Popularly refers to a residential neighborhood developed as an integrated whole and with a specific identity.

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This includes roadworks into the 11-lot Seisia subdivision, where council is pushing workers to have the job finished before the wet season hits and once the seasonal rains clear, works will start on a six-lot subdivision in neighbouring Alau (Umagico) ready for the construction of new social housing in 2016/17.
Mark Donohue, a lawyer representing the developer, said his office has had 11 items of correspondence with city officials about the Arboretum project since the Planning Board began discussing possible rescission of the subdivision plan earlier this year.
Within subdivision (a), Presentation, adds division(s) as another entity that may be polled when a request for a new area is presented to the BLSE; clarifies committees as substantive law committees; and, changes that the membership will be notified via The Florida Bar's website rather than The Florida Bar News.
Hence from the equation (3) the laplacian energy of the line graph of the subdivision graph of the wheel graph is
number of trees, usability, steepness), in our model we include three subdivision open space variables: open space acreage, a dummy for whether a house is adjacent to subdivision open space, and the percentage of subdivision open space that is in steep slopes.
17) Often, the cost of gated access is dispersed among a large subdivision of single family and multiunit dwellings.
3121(b)(7) generally excludes from "employment" services performed in the employ of any state, or any political subdivision thereof, or any wholly-owned instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing, unless an agreement under Section 218 of the Social Security Act (section 218 agreement) is in effect.
A group of landowners bought the parcel with the idea of creating a subdivision that was the antithesis of sprawl.
The second subdivision discusses three advice treatises for the civic officials known as regidores and corregidores, by Joan Costa, Juan de Castilla y de Aguayo, and Jeronimo Castillo de Bobadilla.
Ferguson, managing director of the RJ Group, has arranged for the disposition of a 45-acre subdivision in Chester, NY for approximately $37,000 per lot.
Subdivision surfaces are smooth surfaces generated from polyhedral meshes, by the application of repeated subdivisions.