On Wednesday, the infrastructure inaugurated by the governor of central Bie province, Alvaro Manuel de Boavida Neto, is part of the municipalization
program of Health Services.
Nationalization or municipalization
of urban land with the socialization of the large and medium-sized companies of civil construction.
In 1928, a dubious financial transaction preceding the municipalization
of a water utility came to light.
During the municipalization
debate, several civic leaders had recommended commission management.
Russia has seen wide scale muniCipalization
of property as part of its reform processes and as a result municipalities are important property owners with 40% of public property belonging to municipalities, representing 16% of Russia's capital funds (Daniellian, 2002).
151) Not only will municipalization
spawn rate decrease, but it will also encourage "competition with the big utilities" and promote increased reliability.
Critics fear the bill will lead to the municipalization
of First Nations and could undermine the all-important nation-to-nation relationship with the Crown that is the underpinning of Aboriginal and treaty rights.
In July 1918, a committee attached to the Moscow Soviet began the municipalization
of the largest firms in the city, including the famous department store Muir & Mirrielees, and then mid- and small-scale retailers.
During his time as deputy mayor, he was responsible for the municipalization
of the city's electricity and the modernization of municipal and regional transport systems.
Fortunately, these broadband municipalization
efforts have not made much progress.
Legislation was proposed in California to promote municipalization
of investor-owned utility systems.
The power crunch in California has unleashed municipalization
campaigns across the western states.