Meaning: relating or belonging to or characteristic of a municipality; "municipal government"; "municipal bonds"; "a municipal park"; "municipal transportation"
FROM THE PETROGRAD MUNICIPAL DUMA:
These territorial inhabitants require municipal law, police, and government.
Members of the Committee of Public Safety will be on duty in the building of the Municipal Duma.
Thus in the great game of municipal rivalry did Okochee match that famous drawing card, the Hudson.
They have no right within their municipal power to attempt to decide the rights of the people of the States.
This was tabled, however, for there were no personal charges against the members, and they were active in the Municipal administration.
More magnanimous than Nero, he would thus give musical warning of the forthcoming municipal upheaval that Quicksand was scheduled to endure.
For the rest, the present system is only a continuation of the municipal system, which, in the middle ages, sprang up in connection with feudalism,--an oppressive, mischief-making system, full of petty passions and base intrigues.
The State; district, county, and municipal governments were not only in control of white men, but white men who were to the manor born, or who were known as old citizens of the State--those who had lived in the State many years before the War of the Rebellion.
Citizens of Petrograd, we, the Bolshevik Municipal Councillors elected by you--we want you to know that the Right Socialist Revolutionaries and the Cadets are engaged in counter-revolutionary action, have forgotten their duty, and are leading the population to famine, to civil war.