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municipal in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmunicipalmu‧ni‧ci‧pal /mjuːˈnɪsəpəl $ mjʊ-/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 PGTOWNrelating to or belonging to the government of a town or city 🔊 the municipal waste dump 🔊 municipal electionsmunicipally adverb
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municipalInstead, companies are looking to develop partnerships that marry the traditions of municipal and private project finance.municipal authoritiesOne involved a $ 396 million municipal bond deal for Pennsylvania.The museum and other municipal buildings are threatened.the municipal bus and rail systemsOne memorable day I wandered along to a municipal course and sat waiting while they fixed me up with a fourball.Municipal elections will be held on April 12th.It will be the first such municipal facility in the county.Now, Hardin, the Board of Trustees has not barred the establishment of a municipal government on Terminus.Over 50 percent worked for local governments, primarily municipal or county building departments.Not far from the town centre is the municipal park.You're a semi-skilled mechanic, just like the municipal rat-catcher, on piecework.Although municipal waste seems to grow more slowly than income in rich countries, it does still grow.