redevelopment authority


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Noun1.redevelopment authority - a public administrative unit given responsibility for the renovation of blighted urban areas
administrative body, administrative unit - a unit with administrative responsibilities
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Urban Redevelopment Authority, 45 Maxwell Road, The Ura Centre, Singapore 069118
Redevelopment Authority bonds are secured by loan payments from Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) to Milwaukee.
The State of Pennsylvania and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County will provide USD500,000 each in loans to support necessary investments in employees, equipment, and infrastructure.
August - Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority Opens New Accelerator Facility, Significantly Expanding Capabilities at its Bioscience Park Center in the Fitzsimons Life Science District
The Springfield Redevelopment Authority, which owns Union Station, has become the lead agency on the project.
In a statement, he said the paper's coverage was "detailed, well-researched, quality journalism that inspired public discussion about certain leaders of the Islamic Society of Boston and (its) dealings with the Boston Redevelopment Authority and we intend to continue our reporting in that tradition.
The Grissom Redevelopment Authority board hired Goddard to take on the project promptly after the facility was shut down.
The Bayonne Redevelopment Authority has accepted ownership of the bulk of the now-closed Military Traffic Management Command terminal on Greater New York Harbor.
Chaired by the mayor and overseen by members of Aurora's city council and members of the University of Colorado regents, the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority is charged with designing and carrying out a master plan for the acreage donated by the Army through the Department of Education.
Since 1950, the local Urban Redevelopment Authority has leveled more than 1,500 acres of land.
In 1990, a taxpayer sold business property under a threat of condemnation by a redevelopment authority.
For other open-space projects, it's been a model of what a cooperative public/private partnership can accomplish," says Shirley Muirhead, senior landscape architect for the Boston Redevelopment Authority.