The Emo project has garnered interest from other townships in the area as well, adds Judson.
What does TPS stand for?
TPS stands for Townships
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- Toronto Police Service (Toronto, Canada)
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- Total Pressure Sensor
- Total Protection Suite (software)
- Tough Plastic Sheath (wiring)
- Town Planning Scheme (various locations)
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The development of small townships is a strategy to spur rural economic and social development.
The first, examined in part II below, was held by the domestic woollen clothiers--masters and journeymen--who comprised the bulk of the adult male workforce in these townships until the early nineteenth century.
Earlier this year, Mines Minister Hugh O'Neil announced that portions of 39 townships would be removed from the 17-year-old land caution.
The Michigan Townships Association (MTA), in conjunction with the Michigan Association of Counties, Michigan Broadband Development Authority, Michigan Municipal League, State of Michigan Department of Information Technology and Upper Great Lakes Educational Technologies, Inc.
TSX VENTURE:SGS)(FRANKFURT:S9G) (the "Corporation" or "Sea Green") announces that it has acquired a 100% interest in 17 mining claims (comprising a total of 86 units) in the Ontario townships of Kidd, Wark, Carnegie and Prosser.
announced today that their co-owned company, Laurel Hill Wind Energy, LLC, which is proposing to develop a wind-energy farm producing 70 megawatts of clean energy, has entered into an agreement with Jackson and McIntyre Townships that provides for financial benefit to each of the townships.
April 2001 - PSW's wastewater subsidiary--Little Washington Wastewater Company (LWW), now doing business as Suburban Wastewater Company--purchased the Media Borough wastewater system in Delaware County, Pennsylvania which serves approximately 15,000 residents in Media Borough, and Upper Providence and Middletown Townships 10.