municipally

adverb
mu·​nic·​i·​pal·​ly | \ myu̇-ˈni-sə-p(ə-)lē How to pronounce municipally (audio) \

Definition of municipally

: by or in terms of a municipality municipally owned property

Examples of municipally in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The city is also looking to grow the stock of charging stations at up to 38 municipally operated lots and garages. Dominic Fracassa, SFChronicle.com, "To cut carbon footprint, SF moves to eliminate vehicle emissions by 2040," 16 July 2019 In 1937, Fruitdale — then home to slightly over 400 residents — decided to municipally incorporate, or begin self-governing, to avoid annexation by Dallas. Sriya Reddy, Dallas News, "What happened to Fruitdale, Texas? Curious Texas investigates," 17 Feb. 2020 Rahm Emanuel, the dean of municipally minded Obama alumni, wrapped up his two-term run in Chicago in 2019. Gabriel T. Rubin, WSJ, "Impeachment Trial Ramps Up Political Spending," 24 Jan. 2020 The municipally owned, two-year college currently is housed in commercial office space in Quincy Center. Johanna Seltz, BostonGlobe.com, "Mayor has big plans for Quincy College and City Hall," 15 Jan. 2020 Blessed be municipally owned water and electric companies. Greg Jefferson, ExpressNews.com, "Jefferson: San Antonians, get ready for higher water, electric bills," 3 Jan. 2020 The water utility is municipally owned and the electric cooperative, which represents 17 providers statewide, is a nonprofit organization. Andrew Moreau, Arkansas Online, "Entergy bills to go up $15 as U.S. tax credit expires," 14 Dec. 2019 The proposition permits events where marijuana is consumed and sold to only take place at roughly 80 state and municipally owned fairgrounds or agricultural association properties scattered throughout California. Taylor Mims, Billboard, "Chalice Festival Sues Bureau of Cannabis Control as Weed-Centric Events Battle With Legalization," 13 July 2018 Though the area includes some private land, the majority of Dogtown is municipally owned by Gloucester and Rockport. Sarah Shemkus, BostonGlobe.com, "A plan to keep Dogtown wild and free," 23 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of municipally

1818, in the meaning defined above

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“Municipally.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/municipally. Accessed 10 Aug. 2020.

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