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adjoin

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to be contiguous or next to

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lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

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The City Council last night gave unanimous preliminary approval to an amendment to the city's snow-removal ordinance that will exempt those sidewalks that abut the rear-lot line of any property along a state highway.
One is formed by the existing Butler House, together with the new common room that abuts it, and the pond that bulges into the meadow from the base of steps across the promenade, along with the pairs of linked towers that overlook the meadow on either side of the pond.
They contend they are being unfairly burdened by the ordinance because the rear of their properties abuts Pleasant Street, which is also a state highway (Route 122).
The property abuts the corporate headquarters of Tyco Healthcare/U.
Whitney stands at the southern dead-end of San Fernando Road and abuts the Angeles National Forest.
The wall that abuts the burial stands about one-quarter mile from the cave's entrance.
They have argued they are being unfairly burdened by the ordinance because the rear of their properties abuts Pleasant Street, which is also a state highway (Route 122).
It's not that Los Angeles County cleaning crews have not yet gotten to Walton Oaks Lane, a small street that abuts La Canada Flintridge's mountains.
I = a dummy variable coded "1" if the sale property abuts an HVTL and "0" otherwise
If the amendment proposed by the council is adopted - exempting property owners of the obligation to clear snow or ice from any sidewalk on any city street or state highway that abuts their rear lot line - the city would then have to hire private contractors to do that work, according to Robert L.
An entity related to the borrower currently owns the hotel property that abuts the site and had 118,675 s/f of excess air rights.
In dropping the fee, the city would contribute $80,000 more next year toward the operation of the center, located across from the Home Depot where Harvard Street abuts San Fernando Road.