In 2008, voters at town meeting approved a "recodification" of the zoning bylaws intended, according to the final draft commentary, to "reconcile our zoning requirements with changes that have been made to Massachusetts General Laws and their interpretation.
What does MGL stand for?
MGL stands for Massachusetts General Laws
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 77 other meanings of MGL in our Acronym Attic
- Modelleisenbahn-Gemeinschaft Kerpen (German model railroads)
- Mouse Glandular Kallikrein (gene)
- Musikalsk Grund Kursus (Danish: Musically Basic Course)
- Mount Gambier Karting Club (Australia; founded 1960)
- Maharashtra General Kamgar Union (Maharashtra, India)
- Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith (India)
- Machine Graded Lumber
- Macquarie Group Limited (New York, NY)
- Main Gas Line
- Mascon Global Limited (New Delhi, India)
- Mean Gulf Level
- Media Groep Limburg (Dutch: Limburg Media Group; Limburg, Netherlands)
- Mesa Golfland (arcade and minigolf)
- Milpitas Golfland
- Minimum Gain Level (US NASA)
- Moenchengladbach, Germany
- Mongolian Airlines (ICAO code)
- Moto Goldmines Limited (gold exploration)
- Multigranularity Locking
- Multiple Greek Letter
Samples in periodicals archive:
The board concluded that the initiation of the building process for the owner's own residence did not constitute a change under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 61A (c.
As a civic leader, Ray was Vice-President of the Educational Association of Worcester, President of Ancient Order of Hibernians, President of State Council of Area Directors for Mental Health, developed and implemented the Milford Mental Health Center serving Blackstone Valley, served on the task force for the implementation of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 766, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Pastoral Counseling Center, past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus Alhambra Council #88, Chairman of WARD 7 Democratic City Committee, and president of the Scorton Shores Association in Sandwich, MA.
O'Connor "used town time, property and resources to promote a political candidate and to influence the outcome of the town elections in violation of town policy and the Massachusetts General Laws.