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tr.v. mu·nic·i·pal·ized, mu·nic·i·pal·iz·ing, mu·nic·i·pal·iz·es
1. To place under municipal ownership.
2. To make into a municipality.

mu·nic′i·pal·i·za′tion (-pə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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nÜbernahme fdurch die Stadt or durch die Gemeinde
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Hart, the county commissioner, has been involved in an effort to investigate municipalization of the electrical supply.
He cited the continued practice of contractualization and circumvention of constitutionally guaranteed labor rights and the regionalization and municipalization of wages in industrial hubs as the obstacles to achieving the law's objective.
He believes concerns about a potential bankruptcy filing are overstated, contending that "even municipalization or break-up arguments supportive of valuation at current levels." He lowered his price target on PG&E shares to $50 from $63, but reiterates a Buy rating on the stock, noting that he estimate about a $6 per share impact to his valuation from the Camp Fire assuming a pre-tax $10B liability in his valuation base case.
Local and municipal councils have a considerable relevance nowadays, since, besides representing the formal structure of local power, derived from processes of decentralization and municipalization of different public policies, these instances can also become spaces for achieving consensus and agreement with community participation.
He was critical of the municipalization of provincial governments and strongly advocated strengthening of local government institutions.
Created in 1982, at Sergio Arouca National Public Health School of Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), the so-called Radis Project had a daily presence in collective health over the last decades, covering the main moments and discussions of the sector and the construction of SUS, since the troubled voting of the 1988 Constitution and the Health Organic Law, in the National Congress, promising experiences of regionalization and pre-SUS municipalization, countless debates, congresses, and health conferences, to the most recent approaches of sustainability and the expansion of rights.
(185) In CCA, a community--again following a successful referendum--takes over decisionmaking regarding energy supplies from the incumbent utility but leaves the utility in charge of managing billing and the "poles and wires." (186) CCA thus gives a community control over its most valued aspect of energy decisionmaking--what type of energy it wants flowing in, and from where--while removing some of the most burdensome aspects of municipalization. (187)
the question of municipalization may grow from a small-town referendum
For decades, buses defined the city and its rhythms for a majority of residents, and Kakizaki delves into chapters in the history of the city's buses that include initial attempts at "the municipalization of bus operation" (p.
The module also includes study of the research elements of basic health care and the health situation in Brazil, including the health care model, regionalization, and health care municipalization at different levels of care and health systems (8).