municipal corporation

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munic′ipal corpora′tion


n.
a city, town, or other district that operates under a corporate charter granted by the state; a municipality.
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Sandwiched between Oklahoma City and Mustang, Fireworks City USA is a legitimate town with its paperwork for municipal incorporation registered with the Oklahoma secretary of state's office.
Why New Cities Form: An Examination into Municipal Incorporation in the United States 1950-2010.
Work began in 1832, the year when the Reform Act finally gave the town representation in Parliament, and municipal incorporation followed within the same ten years.
The number of agencies included in each population group may vary from year to year because of population growth, geopolitical consolidation, municipal incorporation, etc.
After the incorporation of Lakewood in 1954, a wave of postwar suburban municipal incorporation signaled the limits of city expansion, and not incidentally a racial demographic change from "Anglo--Apartheid" to "Segregated Diversity" and, presumably, white flight.
The next basic level of corporate organization was the community, town, or city, in which municipal incorporation existed at the formal level (Kuhn, 1968, pp.
GRIP and Project FATE contend that municipal incorporation will primarily give black residents the power to confront the community's housing crisis.
Municipal incorporation creates a new city, town or village from a previously unincorporated community.
Annually, the number of agencies included in each population group varies because of population growth, geopolitical consolidation, municipal incorporation, etc.
The number of agencies included in each population group will vary slightly from year to year due to population growth, geopolitical consolidation, municipal incorporation, etc.
Through a citizen vote, these communities became the city of Lakewood, one of the country's largest municipal incorporations and Colorado's fifth largest city.
Post World War II demographic and urban-economic expansion was expressed by a flurry of municipal incorporations from 52 in 1941 to 117 in 1991.

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