Regional Districts

Some articles on regional districts, regional district, district, regional:

Missouri Department Of Transportation - Regional Districts
... MoDOT operates seven districts throughout the state Northwest, based in St ... Joseph Northeast, based in Hannibal Kansas City, based in Lee's Summit Central, based in Jefferson City St ...
Landforms Of British Columbia - Political Geography - Local Government - Regional Districts
... Since 1966-67, British Columbia has been carved into 27 regional districts as a way of extending municipal powers outside of municipalities ... These regional districts are governed by boards composed of representatives of member municipalities and electoral areas ... The unincorporated area of the regional district is carved into electoral areas ...
Stikine Regional District, British Columbia
... not in a regional district ... following legislation that established the province's regional districts in 1968 and is not classified as a regional district, and contains no municipal governments which normally constitute the majority of seats on ... which was combined in 2009 with the Atlin Community Improvement District to provide fire, landfill, water, streetlighting, sidewalks and advisory land ...
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
... The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District (2006 population 30,664) of British Columbia is located on west central Vancouver Island ... Adjacent regional districts it shares borders with are the Strathcona and Comox Valley Regional Districts to the north, and the Nanaimo and Cowichan Valley Regional ... The regional district offices are located in Port Alberni ...
Stikine Region
... not in a regional district ... Region was left unincorporated following legislation that established the province's regional districts in 1968 and is not classified as a regional ... which was combined in 2009 with the Atlin Community Improvement District to provide fire, landfill, water, streetlighting, sidewalks and advisory land use services ...

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