Loughlin, executive director of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool, based in Austin.
What does TML stand for?
TML stands for Texas Municipal League
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We have 98 other meanings of TML in our Acronym Attic
- Telephony Markup Language
- Télescopes à Miroirs Liquides (French: Liquid Mirror Telescopes)
- Television Microwave Link
- Tell Me Later
- Tellme Markup Language (proprietary precursor to VXML; Tellme Networks)
- Terence's Markup Language
- Terrain-Matching Localization
- Test Method Level
- Test Model
- Text Me Later
- Textual Modelling Language
- The Medical Letter (publication)
- Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum (Latin: Treasure of Latin Music)
- Thickness Measurement Location
- Thickness Monitoring Location
- This Magnificent Life (online magazine)
- Timeline, Inc. (former stock symbol; now TMLN)
- Tokyo Metropolitan Library (Tokyo, Japan)
- Tomolo (tomorrow)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Texas Municipal League said the report blames local governments for simply paying for state obligations.
Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool (TMLIRP), a provider of risk financing and loss prevention services to Texas municipalities and other units of local government, and Guidewire Software Inc.
A licensed professional engineer, Fisseler has served on the board of the Texas Municipal League and as president of the Texas Municipal Utilities Association.
In 2001, Cox received the GFOA's Award for Excellence for his jurisdiction's "Tax Dividend Program" Cox developed his city's investment policy, which is now used as a model for statewide training by the Texas Municipal League.
He also chaired the Affiliates Council of the Texas Municipal League in 1988-1989 and served on the steering committee that set up the Texas Public Health Museum/Library in Austin.
Garland s mayor pro tem, John Willis, was glad we incorporated the Texas Municipal League s reaction and its mention of services that are being passed down from state and federal levels.