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one of the administrative divisions of a large city

an English town that forms the constituency of a member of parliament

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Our Borough Commissioners serve as stewards of development in neighborhoods throughout the City, and this rotation will ensure construction projects continue to move forward in a safe and timely manner," said Commissioner LiMandri.
Condo prices in Manhattan continue to edge up at the top end of the market, but in the outer boroughs it is a different story.
Borough Market might have ceased trading altogether, but for a decision by the trustees in 1995 to rethink the nature of the market and, importantly, to hold an architectural competition to determine its future.
She also assured members of the city's new system of advisory neighborhood councils that any borough system created would not quash their role.
Even though the four-member force patrolled only on a part-time basis and possessed almost no modern equipment, the borough found it increasingly difficult to afford.
Matanuska-Susitna Borough is located in south-central Alaska, approximately 40 miles northeast of Anchorage.
Borough government would create a 3-tiered system - general city government, borough government and neighborhood government - that would add efficiency, responsiveness and in the end greater accountability of governing authorities to the governed.
Second round - Nuneaton Borough 0 Mossley 0, attendance: 10,691.
Well before he founded the firm in 1997--when the borough was still to some extent considered a national symbol of urban blight--Luca Capin saw the potential that existed there.
But each request was rebuffed by City Hall and borough creation was blocked through a variety of legal and political maneuvers.
Tom Bates, Morrisville Manager is again a borough employee and has a new contract, this one, however, does not have a residency requirement, despite borough code to the contrary.
Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy,--have presented comprehensive site plans and fiscal impact findings to attendees of a March 6 meeting held to provide interested borough leaders with specifics on plans for the Highland Cross Redevelopment Area.
He should take a cue from his little sister, Councilwoman Janice Hahn, who along with Greuel and Councilman Tom LaBonge, has proposed an actual alternative to secession: A city borough system.
The London Borough of Hounslow is leading the procurement to establish an Independent NHS Complaints Advocacy Service (through a Framework Agreement).