department of local government


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Synonyms for department of local government

a permanent department created to perform the work of a local government

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In response to the collapse of Lehman Brothers the NSW Department of Local Government issued a Council Circular to all NSW councils, two days after the collapse, on the 16th September 2008 requiring councils to "seek urgent financial advice as to their potential exposure to Lehman Brothers, as a matter of urgency.
NSW Department of Local Government (DLG), (2004), Comparative Information on New South Wales Local Government, NSW Department of Local Government, Nowra.
NSW Department of Local Government (DLG), (2007a), NSW Department of Local Government Circular to Councils: Council -Review, Circular No.
NSW Department of Local Government (DLG), (2008a), Our Services, [cited on 12 February 2009] available from http ://www.
NSW Department of Local Government (DLG), (2008b), NSW Department of Local Government Annual report 2007-08, [cited on 12 February 2009] available from http://www.
NSW Department of Local Government (DLG), (2008c), NSW Department of Local Government Circular to Councils: Council Investments Related To Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc, Circular No.
PESHAWAR, January 01, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Standing Committee of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Irrigation Saturday directed the department of Local Government for removal of encroachments made in their respective towns and tehsils.
The Department of Local Government and HM Customs and Excise have agreed that an independent trust bidding to take over Birmingham's 84,000 local authority dwellings need not pay VAT on housing repairs.
In this illegal business, he also condemned the negative role of Taxation Officer, of the Department of Local Government for misplacing the file of the association.
A telephone poll, conducted by the Department of Local Government, found that 80 per cent of residents thought an elected mayor would bring benefits to their community.
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