Township


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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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Buses provided by Schaumburg Township can accommodate between 13 and 17 people.
While variants of such developments like tourism townships or leisure townships have joined the lexicon of property development, townships are more conventionally urban in character.
All inquiries regarding this RFP must be in written form and be directed only to Christopher Heleniak, Township Manager, PO Box 164, Skippack, PA 19474, or email: cheleniak@skippacktownship.org by 4:00 P.M., on July 24, 2019
Outside Metro Manila but within the Luzon area, Megaworld has eight townships. These are in Capital Town Pampanga, Eastland Heights, Twin Lakes, Southwoods City, Suntrust Ecotown, Maple Grove, Hamptons Caliraya and Highland City.
Due to climate variation, the harvest period alters every year, the township office said, suggesting interested parties to call the office at 037-982130.
Within the township will be a 6-hectare Shophouse District set to become the center of the city's entrepreneurial ventures.
But in the midst of all of these challenges, Commissioner Woods believes that if the people of the township and their officials can work together, his office can bring relief to them.
'As for the South Sumatra, the new township that we will build is in Tanjung Api-Api.
Remnants of the abandoned project are visible along Canal Road in Clinton Township and in other areas in Southeastern Michigan.
Trees and forest not only make the township beautiful but also create pleasant environment.
The 'BBB' rating reflects the township's weak revenue framework as well as Fitch's assessment that the township is poorly positioned to address cyclical downturns.
The mosque and the Department of Justice, which both sued the township, argued that the mosque had met every local zoning requirement and that the town had made up new ones that applied to no other religious community.