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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 Schaumburg Township Historical Society, with the support of the Schaumburg Township and the Schaumburg Township District Library, launched its inaugural Schaumburg Township Historical Bus Tour in 2018, honoring Illinois' Bicentennial Year with the goal of revealing local history to township residents.
The author is the founder and principal of Joel Luna Planning and Design (JLPD) and has led the masterplanning of numerous township developments.
All proposals, responses, inquiries, or correspondence relating to or in reference to this RFP, and all reports, charts, displays, schedules, exhibits, and other documentation submitted shall become the property of the Township when received and are subject to public disclosure to the extent required by Act 44.
From a farming citizen, after a hassle with the township.
Megaworld to add 6 more townships !-- -- Iris Gonzales (The Philippine Star) - June 18, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Megaworld, the Andrew Tan-led property developer, is set to launch six more townships this year until 2020, bringing the company's portfolio to 30.
The mulberry fruit is now in season and will reach its climax stage in mid-April, the township office added.
With its multifaceted residential, office, institutional and commercial components, Capital Town Pampanga will become a platform for everyone to experience the signature township lifestyle that Megaworld has been proudly known for.
In Central Pennsylvania, stormwater fees have been adopted in Cumberland and Dauphin communities like Hampden Township, Highspire, Penbrook, Swatara Township and Derry Township.
Commissioner Woods was recently appointed by President George Manneh Weah, and was inducted into office two weeks ago.According to the new Commissioner, upon taking the mantle of leadership in the township, citizens have reported to him the lack of basic social needs.
Building a new township requires many things such as the infrastructures of road, clean water supply, waste water management, electricity and so on.
What is known today as Clinton Township was originally called Huron Township or Huron Town, established within Macomb County in April 1818.
They also accused the officials of SDDA of constructing illegal hospital in the township.