city limits

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Synonyms for city limits

the limits of the area occupied by a city or town

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If an annexation is required, Murphy Plywood's request to bring 44 acres of land into Eugene city limits would be the largest since RiverRidge Golf Complex annexed its 110-acre property on North Delta Highway into the city in mid-2013.
Of course, lovers of San Antonio staples like mangonadas and rainbow raspas will always be able to get their fix at Chamoy City Limits.
C3, led by the management team of Charles Attal, Charlie Jones and Charlie Walker, is one of the largest concert promoters in North America, owning and operating Austin City Limits Music Festival, producing Lollapalooza, and promoting over 1,700 additional concerts and events annually, as well as creating a growing portfolio of emerging music and lifestyle festivals.
When renowned investigative reporter Tom Robbins, a City Limits editor in the early 1980s, caught sight of the riot scene in Fort Apache, the Bronx as it played on my PC, he pointed to the screen and said, "Hey, I think I'm this shot somewhere.
Engaging with themes that include architecture, art, historiography, literature, music, protest, and tourism, the authors contributing to City Limits fundamentally strive to reveal the lived experiences of European cities during a distinct phase of Europe's past.
In this regard, City Limits would be an excellent addition to the collection of any urban scholar, whatever the field.
While many of the streets inside the Asheville city limits are owned and maintained by the city, others are a mix of North Carolina Department of Transportation property, privately-owned roads, or roads owned by the National Park Service.
Many of the complaints came from residents who had lived within city limits for several years and recently moved to newly developed unincorporated areas such as Tesoro del Valle, Plum Canyon and Fair Oaks.
In an attempt to reduce the incidence of heart attacks and other smoking-related illnesses, Pueblo introduced a ban 1 July 2003 on smoking in all indoor public areas within the city limits.
The department's small Fugitive Apprehension Unit could not reduce the number of warrants with its normal service process partly because almost half of the fugitives lived beyond the city limits.
City Limits serves as a good companion piece to Nicolaides, as he focuses on the African American community that was literally next door to South Gate, asking many of the same questions about its group identity, community institutions, family economies, and aspirations for homeownership.
Chicago City Limits, New York's longest-running comedy revue, has moved its general and executive offices from 1105 First Avenue to 250 West 57th Street, a W&H property.
And Hugman's somewhat dandified vision stood in marked contrast to the river's temperament outside city limits, where cattle ranching formed the main economic activity.
The first official project presented outside Venice city limits in the exposition's 106-year history, the displaced monument remains on view through November 30.
Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has reversed a lower court ruling and ordered that court to issue a preliminary injunction against the City of Chicago on behalf of the Second Amendment Foundation that prevents the city from banning gun ranges inside city limits.