municipally municipally  /mju ˈnɪ sɪ pə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by municipality

Usage(s):

  1. Alabama and Arkansas will play in municipally owned stadiums in Birmingham and Little Rock that have a history of hosting college games.
  2. The city's third system is municipally owned.
  3. Hewitt insists that the water quality always met EPA standards and that the incident could as easily have happened in a municipally run facility.

News

  • Land encroachers to be put on notice in Bernards Township

    BERNARDS TWP. – More than 100 property owners who have disturbed adjacent, municipally owned land can expect a notification now that an ordinance against encroachments has been adopted.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Bernardsville News

Quotes

  1. "Many major league owners like to have an ownership share in the minor league team," said Schumer. "A municipally owned team with a whole lot of shareholders would make it very logical for the Mets and the Chiefs to link up."
    on Aug 24, 2008 By: Charles Schumer Source: The Post-Standard - Syracuse.com

  2. "Our initial partners include utilities with millions of customers as well as smaller ones. They are rural and urban, privately held and municipally run. They all have one thing in common a desire to serve their customers by providing access to...
    on May 21, 2009 By: Ed Lu Source: ChannelWeb

  3. "You know, in a certain way, often you don't see yourself until somebody else tells you who you are," Dr. Orbinski says. "And much of the world sees Canadians as people who are fair. Our culture and our practices at home, municipally,...
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: James Orbinski Source: Globe and Mail

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