TOB

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AcronymDefinition
TOBTaste of the Beach (Fort Myers Beach, FL)
TOBThink Outside of the Box
TOBToaster Oven Broiler
TOBTheatre on the Bay (Wisconsin)
TOBTome of Battle (gaming)
TOBTown of Oyster Bay (Long Island, NY)
TOBTown of Bridgewater (Nova Scotia, Canada)
TOBTechnical Onboarding (Avaya)
TOBTour of Britain (cycle race; UK)
TOBTheology of the Body (Christianity)
TOBTheatre of Blood (gaming)
TOBThrone of Bhaal (gaming)
TOBTobit
TOBTop of Book (investing)
TOBTears of Blood
TOBT-Online Billing
TOBTop of the Barrier (quantum physics)
TOBTime of Observation Bias (temperature records)
TOBType of Bill
TOBThumb over Bore (grip)
TOBTraduction Oecuménique de la Bible (French: Ecumenical Translation of the Bible)
TOBType of Business
TOBTakeover Bid
TOBTournament of Bands
TOBTerms of Business
TOBTime of Birth
TOBThe Orange Box
TOBTender Option Bond
TOBTop of Belt (belt conveyor)
TOBTournament of Bad (show)
TOBTriangle-Based Omni-Purpose Building (power generation system)
TOBThe Ordinary Boys (band)
TOBTop of Beam (construction)
TOBThrow Out Bearing
TOBTides of Blood (gaming)
TOBTechnical Oversight Board
TOBThe Oranges Band
TOBTransfer of Business (successorship law)
TOBTeatri I Operas Dhe Baletit (Albanian: Theatre of Opera and Balet)
TOBTechnical Operating Budget
TOBTown of Breckenridge (Colorado)
TOBToyota of Bastrop (Bastrop, LA)
TOBTactical Order of Battle
TOBTap Off Box
TOBTemporary Operating Base (UN Mission in Sudan)
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The awards were given by a variety of presenters including Joseph Saladino, Supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay who presented P.O.W.E.R.
The developers who contracted to buy 54 acres of land owned by the Town of Oyster Bay are canceling the sale and demanding their money back.
In addition, construction will kick off later this year on an additional 10 miles of the Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway Shared Use Path, which will then extend from Tobay Beach in the Town of Oyster Bay through the Town of Babylon to the end of the barrier island at Captree State Park in the Town of Islip.
We will continue to work in close collaboration with the Town of Oyster Bay and local stakeholders to deliver an exceptional project to the community."
For example, last week it was reported that the town of Oyster Bay on Long Island wants to build a nursing home.
The Town of Oyster Bay, however, has since then acquired the 7.5-acre portion of the site for further expansion of the Ellsworth Allen Park, and has undertaken additional cleanup at the Central Sub-Parcel.
FiOS TV is now available in more than 60 New York communities through cable franchises that have been approved in Eastchester, Massapequa Park, Laurel Hollow, Cedarhurst, Lynbrook, Mineola, East Rockaway, Town of Hempstead, Town of Oyster Bay, Farmingdale, Valley Stream, Town of Huntington, Town of Smithtown, Irvington, Greenburgh, Nyack, South Nyack, Upper Nyack, Grandview-on-Hudson, Clarkstown, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Tarrytown and Freeport.
In the note, Thomas Werner, a student at Indiana University-Bloomington School of Law, urges states, municipalities, and cable franchisees to include provisions in their cable franchise agreements such as those found in the Town of Oyster Bay, New York, prohibiting any level of commercial programming on public access channels so as to minimize the dangers that advertisers pose to the freedom of the public to have meaningful access to public airwaves.
WHY IT WORKED: It is the first new, large-scale residential development in the quaint North Shore Long Island town of Oyster Bay in years.
The site, bordered by Robbins Lane on the west and the LIE on the south, is made up of the 39-acre former Cerro Wire property and 54 acres that house the Town of Oyster Bay's public works facilities, the town's animal shelter and the former Syosset landfill.
PSEG Long Island is beginning another circuit reliability project in the Town of Oyster Bay, specifically in Bethpage and Farmingdale, to improve the reliability of the energy grid in the area.
The Association for a Better Long Island, the Long Island Builders Institute and the Associated Builders & Contractors won a court injunction preventing the Town of Oyster Bay from enforcing the local regulation that requires construction companies to have a state-approved apprenticeship program when constructing or renovating private commercial and residential buildings.