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charter communityの例文

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  • The number of M閠is Charter Communities in the province continues to grow.
  • LCFC are a FA Charter Community club with teams from under 7s to adults.
  • Chester is a Third Class City, and was approved by the citizens on April 20, 1980, as a Home Rule Charter Community.
  • M閠is citizens are the heart and soul of the M閠is Nation of Ontario ( MNO ) and are represented at the local level through MNO Charter Community Councils.
  • Since its inception, the nonprofit organization continues to lobby government officials to influence federal legislative moves, regulatory activities and legal actions on behalf of the air charter community.
  • Of the remaining 22 municipalities, three of them are charter communities, four are community governments of the Tlicho people, eleven are hamlets and four are towns .-->
  • The " Tlicho Community Government Act " ( " TCGA " ), enacted in 2004, also considers community governments as municipal corporations alongside charter communities, cities, hamlets, towns and villages.
  • As a result of this programme, the club was officially awarded FA Charter Community Club status in October 2009 . Despite the dissolution of Andover F . C ., the Lions in the Community programme continues its activities.
  • The "'Charter Community of D閘 / ne "'( pronounced " day-li-neh " ) is located in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada, on the western shore of Great Bear Lake and is northwest of Yellowknife.
  • According to the " Cities, Towns and Villages Act " ( " CTVA " ), the " Hamlets Act " and the " Charter Communities Act " ( " CCA " ), all of which were enacted in 2003, a municipality is an area within a city, town, village, hamlet or charter community that was established or continued by a legislative order.
  • According to the " Cities, Towns and Villages Act " ( " CTVA " ), the " Hamlets Act " and the " Charter Communities Act " ( " CCA " ), all of which were enacted in 2003, a municipality is an area within a city, town, village, hamlet or charter community that was established or continued by a legislative order.