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Township

In a government survey, a square tract of land six miles on each side, constituting thirty-six square miles. In some states, the name given to the political subdivision of a county.

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While other provinces have had boards to review official plans and involve themselves in some zoning issues, only the Ontario Municipal Board has had such a wide mandate.
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The county solicitor will participate at the Hopewell Ontario Municipal Board hearing in support of the applications if specifically requested to do so by legal counsel retained for the hearing by the applicant, but only on the basis that the applicant and the applicant's legal and technical support team are responsible to lead evidence in support of the application.
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He sits as Village Counsel to the Board of Trustees and Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Elmsford in Westchester County and has advised various municipal boards in other towns throughout the county.
Municipal employees therefore cannot represent private business interests before their own municipal boards, even if the private representation involved a non-profit organization and even if the employee is not paid for that representation.
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