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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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The figures were disclosed as the office this week mailed reassessment notices to more than 30,000 single-family, 13,000 condominium and 2,000 industrial/commercial property owners in the township, part of the county's triennial reassessment cycle.
Effectively, townships are purpose-built cities, built over time, guided by a vision and regulated in implementation.
He said Megaworld is able to create new industries when it develops a township.
With the company now bringing its township expertise to Northern Luzon, Capital Town is poised to rise as the premier business district of the North.
That is why Jababeka develops a township or a satellite city on a suburban area.
"As part of our aggressive township expansion across the country, we are happy to announce our entry into Pampanga," said Megaworld senior vice president Jericho Go.
He was talking to the PDA officers and elite of the township during visit of the area.
While the case has been in and out of the court system since 2010, this is the first time that the Anderson Township Board of Trustees has appealed a decision.
"We are seeing higher demand for properties in integrated townships in peripheral locations where access to shopping, education, entertainment and health-care facilities is not necessarily centralised.
Others have already built or purchased houses in such townships, including those under construction or in the process of being designed.
"Current states of Global economy need a lot of Innovation Townships not just in India but also across the world.
The primary difference is that the eastern townships represent a greater percentage of emissions.

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