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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 township board will likely seek resumes and letters of interest from residents before undergoing an interview process to fill the vacant position, Supervisor Mike Sweeney said.
Trees and forest not only make the township beautiful but also create pleasant environment.
We will put in place all these features to benefit those who live, work and play in the township,' Go said.
The township is located in the northeast portion of Saginaw County, approximately 79 miles northeast of Lansing.
Since 2014, Royal Oak Charter Township has made significant progress operating under the terms of the Consent Agreement and has generally resolved the issues that led to the declaration of a financial emergency.
21, 2016, a federal judge ruled that the township had illegally discriminated against the mosque.
In the strictest sense, there is a project in progress that may be considered as a true township.
On its last point of contention, the Township claimed the New Covert appraisal was erroneous because it had subtracted economic obsolescence followed by functional obsolescence in calculating the cost, but the textbook that the New Covert appraiser had used called for applying them in the opposite order.
this new township is also envisioned to expand and revitalize the Pampanga's provincial capitol district," said Go.
He was talking to the PDA officers and elite of the township during visit of the area.
While the case has been in and out of the court system since 2010, this is the first time that the Anderson Township Board of Trustees has appealed a decision.
A township project offers latest amenities at a relatively low price," says Kruti Jain, director, Kumar Urban Development, a Pune-based real estate developer.