A-2 Sample Clauses

A-2. 1 in the application of the Collective Agreement, this information shall be provided confidentially and solely for the purpose of informing the Union, which will only use the information to conduct comprehensive studies, except where the Employee concerned provides explicit authorization.
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A-2. If the matter is not resolved at the informal discussion level, and the grievant wishes to file a grievance, it must be done no later than ten (10) days after the informal meeting with the supervisor. The grievance would then move to Step One. 5-3-B Step One - Immediate Supervisor:
A-2. A-1-1 Exhibit A-2-A-2 Form of Class 2-A-2 Certificate....................A-2-A-2-1 Exhibit A-2-A-3 Form of Class 2-A-3 Certificate....................A-2-A-3-1 Exhibit A-2-A-4 Form of Class 2-A-4 Certificate....................A-2-A-4-1 Exhibit A-2-A-5 Form of Class 2-A-5 Certificate....................A-2-A-5-1 Exhibit A-A-X Form of Class A-X Certificate........................A-A-X-1 Exhibit A-2-PO: Form of Class 2-PO Certificate......................A-2-PO-1 Exhibit A-A-R: Form of Class A-R Certificate........................A-A-R-1 Exhibit B: Form of Class B-1, B-2 or B-3 Certificate................B-1 Exhibit C: Form of Xxxxx X-4, B-5 or B-6 Certificate................C-1 Exhibit D: (Reservxx)...............................................D-1 Exhibit E: Form of Reverse of Certificates..........................E-1 Exhibit F-1: Form of Initial Certification of Master Servicer.........F-1 Exhibit F-2: Form of Interim Certification of Master Servicer.........F-2 Exhibit G: Form of Final Certification of Master Servicer...........G-1 Exhibit H: Form of Class A-R Transfer Affidavit.....................H-1 Exhibit I: Form of Transferor Certificate...........................I-1 Exhibit J: Form of Investment Letter (Non-Rule 144A)................J-1 Exhibit K: Form of Rule 144A Letter.................................K-1 Exhibit L: Form of Request for Release of Documents.................L-1 Exhibit M: Form of Certification to be Provided with Form 10-K......M-1 THIS POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT, dated as of April 1, 2003, among MORTGAGE ASSET SECURITIZATION TRANSACTIONS, INC., a Delaware corporation, as depositor (the "Depositor"), UBS WARBURG REAL ESTATE SECURITIES INC., a Delaware corporation, as transferor (the "Transferor"), WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA, N.A., a national banking association, as masxxx xervicer (the "Master Servicer"), and BANK ONE, N.A., a national banking association, as trustee (the "Trustee").
A-2. Upon retirement an employee who has reached the age of 62 years or older with at least 20 years of service with the Township, and his/her spouse, shall receive the same medical coverage in effect on the date of the employee’s retirement, at a co-pay rate of 55% paid by the Township and 45% paid by the retiree. The coverage shall cease for the retiree and dependents when the retiree becomes eligible for Medicare/Medicaid or both, and any and all supplemental coverage payments for which the Township is responsible to pay on behalf of the retiree shall cease at that time. This provision applies only to those employees who choose to retire under the terms of this subsection. Upon retirement, the level of coverage in place cannot be increased after retirement. Coverage levels can be decreased at any time. Dependents may be added to coverage only if the coverage level in effect at retirement does not increase.
A-2. Student Engagement Uses instructional practices that Uses instructional practices that Consistently uses instructional Consistently uses instructional leave most students uninvolved motivate and engage some practices that are likely to motivate practices that motivate and engage and/or passive participants in the students in the content of the and engage most students in the all students in the content of the content of the lesson. lesson, but leave others uninvolved content of the lesson. lesson and independent work. and/or passive participants. Models this practice for others. Teacher Rubric SI Page Classroom Teacher Rubric Indicator II-A. Instruction Uses instructional practices that reflect high expectations regarding content and quality of effort and work; engage all students; and are personalized to accommodate diverse learning styles, needs, interests, and levels of readiness. 11-A-3. Meeting Diverse Needs Unsatisfactory Uses limited and/or inappropriate practices to accommodate differences.
A-2. 2.1 Description of Project Objectives and Proposed Contracting Opportunity.........A-6 2.2 Project Scope .......................................................................................................A-7 2.3 Status of Related Projects; Project Coordination.................................................A-7 2.4 Project Environmental Status ..............................................................................A-8 2.5 Estimated Costs of the Project .............................................................................A-9 2.6 Public Funds for the Project ................................................................................A-9 2.7 ROW Acquisition ..............................................................................................A-10 2.8 Geotechnical, Utility Relocation, Hazardous Materials, Aesthetic Treatment and Railroad Coordination.................................................................................A-10 2.8.1 Geotechnical Investigation Program......................................................A-10 2.8.2 Utility Relocation...................................................................................A-11 2.8.3 Hazardous Materials ..............................................................................A-11 2.8.4 Storm Water Management and Mitigation Plan ....................................A-11 2.8.5 Aesthetic Treatment...............................................................................A-11 2.8.6 Railroad Coordination ...........................................................................A-11 2.8.7 USACE Coordination ............................................................................A-12 2.9 Traffic and Revenue Data ..................................................................................A-12 2.10 Toll Rate Policy .................................................................................................A-12 2.11 Role of North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) .............................................A-12 2.12 Performance Evaluations ...................................................................................A-13 2.13 SB 1420 Committee...........................................................................................A-13 3. DESCRIPTION OF PROCUREMENT PROCESS.................................................A-13 3.1 Overall Process ..................................................................................................A-13 3.1....
A-2. 1.4 Control of the Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A-2. 3.2 Invoices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3 -------- 3.3 Assignment of Invoices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3 ---------------------- 3.4 Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3 ------- 3.5 Disputes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3 -------- 3.6
A-2. Executive Summary ‌ In 2009, the State of Texas and the Department of Justice (DOJ) entered into a settlement agreement regarding the services provided to people with intellectual disabilities living in state-operated centers, known as state supported living centers (SSLCs), as well as the transition of SSLC residents to the most integrated setting appropriate to meet their needs and preferences. In 2013, the Legislature required a plan of action to achieve substantial compliance with the settlement agreement. The 2018-2019 General Appropriations Act, Senate Bill 1, 85th Legislature, Regular Session, 2017 (Article II, Health and Human Services Commission [HHSC], Rider 139(a)) requires HHSC to provide an annual update on the SSLCs’ compliance with the DOJ settlement agreement. Under the terms of the settlement agreement, there are 20 substantive sections of improvement (see Appendix A), each of which must receive a rating of substantial compliance as determined by a team of independent monitors. As of July 2019, six centers have obtained substantial compliance in one or more sections and are no longer subject to monitoring in the section(s): ● Abilene SSLC: Compliance in section N, Pharmacy Services ● Austin SSLC: Compliance in section C, Protection from Harm – Restraints; section D, Protection from Harm – Abuse, Neglect and Incident Management; and section N, Pharmacy Services ● Brenham SSLC: Compliance in section N, Pharmacy Services ● Denton SSLC: Compliance in section N, Pharmacy Services ● El Paso SSLC: Compliance in section D, Protection from Harm – Abuse, Neglect and Incident Management; and section N, Pharmacy Services ● Rio Grande SSLC: Compliance in section D, Protection from Harm – Abuse, Neglect and Incident Management HHSC is committed to improving the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities who live at the SSLCs. This report highlights ongoing efforts to help the centers maintain compliance with the sections of the settlement agreement.
A-2. INFRASTRUCTURE A-2.1. Each Party represents that the Interconnection Points are connected as part of an internal Network.
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