public ownership

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public ownership

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) ownership by the state; nationalization
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public ownership

n to be taken into public ownershipessere statalizzato/a
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It granted licenses to five cities that demanded municipal ownership.
Likewise they advocated, as a cure for local ills, municipal ownership of such public utilities as water, gas, telephones, and street railways.
More people need to use the buses and they need to be restored to municipal ownership.
He makes reference to 'dapper Joe Chamberlain, with orchid and monocle and outspoken republican sentiments, known by the nickname 'the gas and water socialist' because of his contribution to put the city's gas and water supply into municipal ownership.
She explains academic theories, concepts, historical movements, and administrative tools that link academic principles to practice, such as political economic theory, the municipal ownership movement, universalism and individualism, strategic decision-making, and externalities, and applies them to case studies drawn from situations in Clarksville, Tennessee, on city-state relationships and city charters, urban redevelopment, authority and police power, policy making, personnel management, electric utilities, traffic congestion, funding for nonprofit organizations, housing and shelter, finance and accounting management, airport authority, and animal welfare and control.
Examination of the political rhetoric surrounding the surprise election of a socialist mayor in 1905, his tumultuous first term as mayor, and the fight for municipal ownership of the waterworks reveals the modernized republicanism of the Manitowoc socialists.
The imposing Conwy house was built as a family home for Albert Wood It was a private family home between 1877 and 1937 when it came into municipal ownership During their time in Conwy the Woods built a school in the town - now St Mary's Church Hall Bodlondeb's family rooms were Conwy County Borough Council's first offices The house hosted a number of visitors, including David Lloyd George, composer Sir Edward Elgar and Lionel Edwards the artist Queen Victoria also wanted to stay at Bodlondeb on one of her journeys across the country but there wasn't enough room for her entourage
In an attempt to minimise the danger to life by fire in Birmingham's back-to-back houses, the Corporation is to experiment with an escape hatch in some of the 11,000 houses of this type in municipal ownership.
The combination of low-cost municipal ownership, with professional third party management of the water company, will be a positive development for ratepayers and businesses in our community," Mayor Peterson and President SerVaas said.
When Cleveland took over the city's utilities, the mayor, Tom Johnson, said: "I believe in municipal ownership of these monopolies because if you do not own them, they will in time own you.
Clearly, more bailouts for utilities and unleashing Big Oil to ravage the wilds are not the solutions to California's--or the nation's--power problems, especially when there is a native California solution at hand: municipal ownership and conservation.

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