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- adv. In a municipal manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a municipal relation or condition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a municipal manner; as regards municipal rule.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by municipality
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FWIW, as a Torontonian, I can say that I think the limit municipally is Mayor and Councillor.
Westlake has 703 residents who live in rolling estates and send their children to the only municipally owned federal charter school in Texas.
Notice that many advanced countries have both government-owned and not-for-profit cooperatively owned financial institutions offering an alternative to commercial banks (e.g. the German municipally owned Sparkassen).
Another clean energy success story comes from Lanny Sinkin, Executive Director of Solar San Antonio: Three years ago, CPS Energy, the municipally-owned utility in San Antonio, set a goal of building one megawatt of solar because solar was 'experimental.'
He also said any municipally owned insurer would need an elaborate, non-partisan credit group to shelter the insurer fro making political decisions in its underwriting.
Gagfah acquired 45,000 apartments when it bought the municipally owned Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Dresden, or Woba, housing company for €1.7 billion $2.4 billion.
And when you left to get your books stamped, you had to walk down several flights of municipally carpeted stairs.
Sustaining it may be another matter, according to a draft report issued two months ago by the DWP, the nation's largest municipally owned utility.
There are service charges for water, electricity, trash collection etc. all municipally provided.
Alena Kandrova Jan Volny, the town's mayor, not pictured, says he is honored that the municipally owned Reduta Theater and Concert Hall gets to host the ball, which, he says, 'makes our small town more visible.'