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  • The county is also home to four private schools and one charter public school.
  • The county has a home-rule charter and is run by a county executive.
  • In addition, some public school districts also have their own charter schools.
  • It is run by an executive committee and has been granted a charter of self-rule.
  • Despite his earlier promise not to raise the charter issue again, he did.
  • There are three school districts serving the city and multiple charter schools located within the city.
  • There are two types of cities in California - charter and general law.
  • The city has a number of private and charter schools.
  • Occasionally, the government also charters aircraft from these two companies for international travel.
  • Los Angeles is a charter city as opposed to a general law city.
  • The charter created an elected seven-member County Council with the power to pass local laws.
  • It includes thirty-two elementary schools, nine middle schools, ten high schools and one charter school.
  • The district is chartered by the state of California to provide community college services.
  • Each chapter is chartered as part of the state association and national organization.
  • There are two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one charter school.
  • Even though it went scheduled, charters were still a big part of its operations.
  • These preserved their charters so as to record their right to land.
  • Two days after the charter was issued, the first battle of the Civil War broke out.
  • Except for three of the vessels, they were covered by long-time charters.
  • The company was established for boat chartering and continues to provide this service.
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Meaning of charter

  • noun A document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights; includes the articles of incorporation and the certificate of incorporation
  • noun A contract to hire or lease transportation
  • verb Grant a charter to