MRRAMidcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (Brunswick, ME)
MRRAMaine Resource Recovery Association
MRRAMilitary Retirement Reform Act (USA)
MRRAMigration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962
MRRAMinnesota Rifle and Revolver Association
MRRAMagnetic Resonance Radiologists Association
MRRAMinnesota Resource Recovery Association
MRRAMeramec River Recreation Association (Missouri)
MRRAMoose River Recreation Area
MRRAMerrimac River Rowing Association (Massachusetts)
MRRAMagnetic Resonance Research Accessories (est. 2009)
MRRAMaclear Ratepayers' and Residents' Association (South Africa)
MRRAMilitary Retirement Reduction Act
MRRAMechanically Reconfigurable Reflector Antenna
MRRAMinnesota Road Race Academy
MRRAMunicipal Rehabilitation and Recovery Act (Camden, New Jersey)
MRRAMaylands Ratepayers and Residents Association (Australia)
MRRAManagement Reserve Right of Admission
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Special thanks to my tutor Dr M Muscat, project co-ordinator Dr T Sant, and MRRA for sponsoring the project.
Steve Levesque, MRRA's executive director, said, It s because of companies like Kestrel Aircraft and its forward-thinking directors that we call Brunswick Landing, Maine s Center for Innovation.
Authority, MRRAs predecessor) to determine how they might impact the location of future
The overall base closure process is not slated to be complete until May of next year, but MRRA officials say Klapmeier s outfit hopes to move into the six-year-old, 174,000-square-foot Hangar 6 by November.
For that to happen, the Navy and Federal Aviation Administration must complete a study of the projected environmental impacts of MRRA s redevelopment plan, which includes conversion of the military airfield for use as a civilian industrial airport.
MRRA has excellent records for the past 10 years and Horton says the current price on paper is almost twice as high as it has been at anytime in the past decade.
(5.) Congress made major changes to the military retirement program in the MRRA of 1986, commonly called Redux..
The MRRA is responsible for redevelopment at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.
MRRA Executive Director Steve Levesque stated that the $433,224 in fire protection improvements will go to Building 295, which houses the fire suppression systems for the airport's hangars and is in need of updating.
Tompkins added that, I suspect that in pretty short order, our power needs will outstrip the 1 megawatt and we ll go back to MRRA to ask for more.