interlocal

interlocal

(ˌɪntəˈləʊkəl)
adj
existing between two places
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The Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency Hires Dion, Martin
Social development includes the implementation of all national health programs, provisions of counterpart fund for the interlocal health zone (ILHZ) including food and micro-nutrients supplementation.
In response to the Task Force's request to further inform their work, the Ports are in preliminary discussions on evaluating an Interlocal Agreement that would consolidate the Ports' operations, both at the airport and more generally, for regional economic development activities.
The foundation said other factors that affected the smooth conduct of the elections were; that security agencies hindered interlocal government area roving observation, party agents were not professional in their conduct.
In 2013, after Central Falls declared bankruptcy, the city's insurer, The Rhode Island Interlocal Risk Management Trust, was substituted as the sole defendant through a consent order.
Revenues are collected by the state and distributed to the county and its incorporated municipalities pursuant to an interlocal agreement and a distribution formula based on population and eligible transportation expenditures.
The authority via an interlocal agreement with the courts operates the statewide portal through which virtually all e-filing is done for the state court system (district courts of appeal are in the process of linking to the portal).
The City Council approved a request Tuesday to make use of an interlocal cooperative agreement with the state government's Division of Capital Assets Management within the Office of Management and Enterprise Services to sell more city surplus vehicles.
(Pure Air) announces a new vendor partnership with The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) that will make it easier for TIPS' members to procure IAQ testing, analytical and remediation services.
Leadership Austin, A Tribe Called Brunch, InterLocal and "Conversations at the Capitol"
The authors cover the place of local government in the American Constitutional order, local government formation and boundary change, state-local relations, interlocal relations and metropolitan area problems, and other related subjects.