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borough hall

noun
1.
a building housing the administrative offices of a borough.
Origin of borough hall
1935-1940
1935-40
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  • We think that the borough hall locality should be preserved and improved as the borough's municipal center.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • We have a nucleus of such a center in the present borough hall.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • In the City Hall Park are the old city hall (now the borough hall), the hall of records, and the county court-house.

  • It would be unfortunate indeed if additional outlays should serve to perpetuate the railroad in borough hall Park.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • The faade of the court house must be designed as a foil to the broken silhouette of the borough hall and its cupola.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • The distance of the new municipal building from borough hall would be 800 feet.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • At borough hall a number of passengers get out, and the hunted reader sits down.

    Plum Pudding Christopher Morley
  • The chief officials would-40- doubtless remain in borough hall.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • borough hall could be used entirely for administrative business as the Appellate Division would move to the new court house.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn
  • But borough hall Park is the old-time and long settled center.

    Down Town Brooklyn Committee of Ten Citizens of Brooklyn

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