For example, Boulder, Colorado--a city currently in the midst of a battle to municipalize
its electricity system by taking over from the incumbent private utility (166)--explains its decision to do so in this way: "For Boulder, it's an opportunity to create our own electric utility--one that runs on cleaner energy, is cheaper, supports innovation, and serves the public.
In Boulder, CO, grassroots activists and the local nonprofit New Era Colorado Foundation are campaigning to municipalize
their power source, setting a precedent in localized, renewable energy production.
He says, "it's an attempt like the governance act to municipalize
and minimize our standing in this country.
It is time to fully municipalize
the Oxford public water supply system," Mr.
It's 1977 and the Shiv Sena, a novel political movement, restricted to Maharashtra, has hit upon the idea of organizing this neglected, all too visible mass of the cities--these people who have been driven by destitution to the metropolis and haven't the attributes which will municipalize
The first focuses on "transit tussles" in Chicago, as a result of which, although efforts to municipalize
street railways were stymied, not only entrepreneurs but also politicians, labor leaders, engineers, and "straphangers" got at least portions of what they wanted.
I think, if there is any attempt by government to try to municipalize
First Nations, we will all walk away from it.
This latter event had occurred in 2000 when the city of Davis attempted to municipalize
its utility system.
It is an attempt to avoid that and protect the city, in the event that the City Council decides to municipalize
the electric utility,'' Maus said.