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BOROUGH. An incorporated town; so called in the charter. It is less than a city. 1 Mann. & Gran. 1; 39 E. C. L. R. 323.

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Some residents questioned Bates authority as well as his residency, because the borough code needs the manager to live in town because of his status as an independent contractor.
Each Borough Commissioner oversees the review of construction-related applications and plans in their respective boroughs.
Top outer borough condos: Staten Island condos level off
The story of Borough Market shows how places of exchange can rarely rely on history for their future success, however long that history might be.
The proposal, developed by Councilwomen Wendy Greuel and Janice Hahn, would set up a commission of 21 citizens by mid-August to oversee borough proposals and would place a measure on the ballot to amend the City Charter to include a borough system.
Like many small communities in the Northeast, Sussex Borough has experienced a general economic decline during the past several decades.
The bonds are GOs of the borough secured by a full faith and credit pledge.
Beaver County Aliquippa City, $120,000 Baden Borough, $22,295 Brighton Township, $48,354 Center Township, $11,744 Monaca Borough, $85,973 Rochester Township, $36,568
Though not the largest borough, Brooklyn is actually is New York's most populous--home to almost a third of all New Yorkers.
The borough government movement has been around for a while in Los Angeles' history.
First round - Nuneaton Borough 2 Kings Lynn 1, attendance: 12,554.
In his 2005 State of the Borough speech he noted that: "2004 was the year of the building boom in the Bronx.