nonmunicipal

nonmunicipal

(ˌnɒnmjuːˈnɪsɪpəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not belonging to or relating to a town, city, or local government
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A total of 28 water samples were collected in 21 municipalities of the Leon region, where nonmunicipal water consumption was the highest among our study areas (26% of controls in the longest residence).
We will not allow the March 8 team to control our institutions, whether they are municipal or nonmunicipal.
Eventually, their analysis led them to the conclusion that creating a mutual bond insurance company 100% owned by policyholders was a financial model that would enable a monoline company to sustain itself without relying on insuring nonmunicipal debt.
The Tarlac City police-Camp Crame entry won in the grand nonmunicipal category.
Created properly, wells are the only source of nonmunicipal water with the potential to be safe without the need for ongoing sterilization via chlorination or UV treatment.
That was ninety-seven and a half cents, paid by the California Street Cable Railway Company, operator of the nonmunicipal section of the line, the only comparable industry in the world.
all nonmunicipal land and serves as its general-purpose local
7, 2009) (reporting 19,492 municipalities and 89,476 total local governments, a category that also includes counties, special districts, school districts, and other nonmunicipal entities).
According to the National Resources Defense Council, an estimated seventy-five percent of bottled water is drawn from nonmunicipal sources.
Class B includes nonmunicipal pools operated by motels, hotels, apartment complexes, condominiums, child care facilities, property owner associations, and health clubs.
and nonmunicipal securities regulation may and should be coming to an
1) Based on nonmunicipal hot spots available to AT&T customers