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  • noun Plural form of abutter.

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Examples

  • Additionally, the demands of over 3,000 abutters had to be managed, and towns such as Hingham had to be accommodated with underpasses through historic districts at enormous costs in time and money over $40 million for the underpass through Hingham Square alone.

    Project Management

  • Why the essential Jewish character of Israel should be problematic when all of the neighboring states–those actually adjoining and also the non-abutters–define themselves as both Arab and Muslim are exempt from the tribulations of self-definition is difficult to assess.

    “Mine Enemies Make Me Wiser” « Sigmund, Carl and Alfred

  • The only problem is, there are a few abutters including one of my fellow TMMs who are concerned with the process as it has currently played out.

    Brookline Town Meeting, Tuesday Night

  • In both the actual case and in the hypothetical, private property owners would either be targets of eminent domain, or abutters whose property value would rise following the exercise of eminent domain, based on the discretionary judgment of a developer.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Eduardo Penalver’s Defense of Sotomayor’s Didden decision:

  • Why the essential Jewish character of Israel should be problematic when all of the neighboring states–those actually adjoining and also the non-abutters–define themselves as both Arab and Muslim are exempt from the tribulations of self-definition is difficult to assess.

    2009 August 13 « Sigmund, Carl and Alfred

  • In both the actual case and in the hypothetical, private property owners would either be targets of eminent domain, or abutters whose property value would rise following the exercise of eminent domain, based on the discretionary judgment of a developer.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Eduardo Penalver’s Defense of Sotomayor’s Didden decision:

  • Additionally, the demands of over 3,000 abutters had to be managed, and towns such as Hingham had to be accommodated with underpasses through historic districts at enormous costs in time and money over $40 million for the underpass through Hingham Square alone.

    5 entries from June 2007

  • Additionally, the demands of over 3,000 abutters had to be managed, and towns such as Hingham had to be accommodated with underpasses through historic districts at enormous costs in time and money over $40 million for the underpass through Hingham Square alone.

    Real-World PM Lessons

  • Instead a large and highly problematic sub-division that would have serious impact on an existing village-within-the-town was seeking waivers of all kinds of road planning regulations with strong if not always coherent opposition from abutters, who weren't actually supposed to have been heard at this meeting in the first place.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Instead a large and highly problematic sub-division that would have serious impact on an existing village-within-the-town was seeking waivers of all kinds of road planning regulations with strong if not always coherent opposition from abutters, who weren't actually supposed to have been heard at this meeting in the first place.

    DesignerBlog

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