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City Code

n
(Banking & Finance) (in Britain) short for City Code on Takeovers and Mergers: a code laid down in 1968 (later modified) to control takeover bids and mergers
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Wilson then approached council, and cited language from the Illinois Municipal Code as reason to recognize the council's vote for him and Smithpeters.?
At that time, the plan also recommended specific changes and improvements to the city's subdivision regulations and sections of the municipal code pertaining to development, particularly for zoning, planning and signs, as well as better coordination with the drainage and nuisance ordinances.
Under a 2017 revision to the Illinois Municipal Code, home rule municipalities can sell revenues or taxes received from the state to not-for-profit corporations that serve as financing vehicles.
8 June 2018 - Florida, US-based legal codifier Municode has acquired Utah, US-based software development company Municipal Code Online, the company said.
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The smallholders meanwhile, in defence of what they saw as their collective birthright, took a political approach, and when an overture to the regional governor resulted in a compromise that favoured the industrial concerns, 'savvy local officials' quietly made a change to the town's municipal code allowing for direct democracy: the results of referendums would henceforth be binding.
Taking advantage of a little-used piece of Springfield's municipal code, they recently struck back.
The northeast Missouri town's municipal code allows people to be cited for peace disturbance because of a "noxious and offensive'' odor.
The anti-Sharia movement started in 2008 with inaccurate news reports alleging that judges had used Sharia law in deciding cases and asserting that Dearborn, Michigan, had adopted Sharia law as its municipal code. Dearborn has a large Arab population--but most of them are Lebanese Christians.
The City defines "non-processed edibles" as foods "including fruit, vegetables, nuts, honey, and shell eggs from fowl or poultry, grown or raised in accordance with the Berkeley Municipal Code, that are whole and intact and have not been processed....
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