Municipal official definition

Municipal official means (a) the sheriff or, where a local
Municipal official means a person who

Examples of Municipal official in a sentence

Municipal official signs and returns the Commitment to Fund letter to the State within 30 days.

Authorized Municipal official executes (signs and seals) and returns two copies of the Project Agreement (with attachments) together with the resolution authorizing the appropriate municipal official to execute the agreement, and certified copies of authorizing proceedings to the State.

Municipal official signs and returns the Commitment to Fund letter to the State.

Department/agency, if any deficiency in the work is noticed the agency “personally” will be responsible instead of any Municipal official.

If no qualified elected Municipal official is willing to accept such appointment, then the seat will be filled by an elector from the district who is not an elected public official.


More Definitions of Municipal official

Municipal official means a person who is a member of the council of a municipality, the board of a regional district or a local trust committee, or is a member of a board of school trustees constituted under the School Act, or is a member of the board of directors of a francophone education authority, and includes a municipal nominee.
Municipal official means any individual serving as a member of the
Municipal official means the ;
Municipal official means an official or an employee of the municipality
Municipal official means any elected municipal officer or any person appointed to any office of a municipality.
Municipal official means the employee or employees of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo charged with the responsibility of maintaining or administering any aspect of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo’s water system;
Municipal official means (a) the sheriff or, where a local correctional facility is under the jurisdiction of a county department, the head of such department, and clerk of the board of supervisors, in the case of a county jail; (b) the sheriff or other officer having custody or administrative jurisdiction and the clerk of the board of supervisors, in the case of a county penitentiary; (c) the clerk of the board of supervisors in the case of a county lockup; (d) the mayor and the city clerk, in the case of a city jail or police station jail; (e)