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Giry, why I shouldn't ask you what happened last night to make you and the inspector call in a municipal guard
When the Municipal Council had authorized the making of the road, I went to the prefect and obtained some money from the charitable funds at the disposal of the department, in order to pay for the hire of carts, for the Commune was unable to undertake the transport of road metal for lack of wheeled conveyances.
There was no municipal police for the purpose of apprehending vagrants and disorderly characters.
It was useless to prolong the discussion: everybody knew the melancholy fate of the few gentlemen who had risked their clean linen in municipal or state politics in New York.
Brooke could not resist the pleasure of corresponding with Will and Dorothea; and one morning when his pen had been remarkably fluent on the prospects of Municipal Reform, it ran off into an invitation to the Grange, which, once written, could not be done away with at less cost than the sacrifice
That was reserved exclusively for resident or corresponding members; no one else could possibly have obtained a place; and the city magnates, municipal councilors, and "select men" were compelled to mingle with the mere townspeople in order to catch stray bits of news from the interior.
There was an endless round of institutions, municipal and eleemosynary, on which he might set out and receive lodging and food accordant with the simple life.
Even big cities like Detroit built municipal power systems to cut prices and extend service.
Definitive municipal securities are registered or bearer bonds that have been issued by state and local governments with interest coupons in certificated or physical form.
As the form of government closest to the people, municipal councils are taken to task and held accountable for their actions more than any other level of government.
* $1.56 million, 58-unit project in Newmarket, the municipal non-profit organization of the Regional Municipality of York, for lower income seniors.
Hampered in his efforts to initiate radical urban reform by the lack of an official policy (and the absence of laws authorizing municipal control over land usage), Seki's chance finally came in 1918, when rice riots and labor unrest enabled him to take action.
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