Alleys Sample Clauses

Alleys. Alleys shall be allowed in commercial and industrial districts for off-street loading and service access. Alleys shall not be used in residential areas unless approved by the Village Board. Alleys shall not be less than 24 feet wide and shall be continuous through blocks. Dead-end alleys shall not be approved, and alleys shall not connect to an arterial street.
Alleys. Those streets which are a secondary means of access for vehicular service to the back or side of properties otherwise abutting on a street.
Alleys. Alleys may be permitted at the rear of single family residential, multifamily residential, commercial, or industrial property. Dead-end alleys are prohibited. Alleys not required for fire suppression access, solid waste collection, or other public purposes may be privately owned. Unless City Council approves an exemption, private alleys will conform to all improvement standards for public alleys, will be posted, and will meet all other provisions applicable to private streets.
Alleys. (1) Alleys shall be provided in all business and industrial districts, unless the Planning Commission waives this requirement when other definite and assured provision is made for service access such as off street parking and loading consistent with and adequate for the proposed uses.
Alleys. 1. Xxxxxx must be engineered and constructed as required by the City Engineer and the Director of Transportation & Infrastructure.
Alleys. Alleys shall be at least 30 feet in width, paved and dedicated to the city as rights- of-way. Alleys are not required, unless proposed to provide rear-yard access to properties, or access to maintain city utilizes.
Alleys. Reconstruct base and surface for: + Alley extending from 11th to 12th Streets, 500 block City Public Works Department 2004 $13,250 GOB Resurfaced alley + Alley extending from 12th to 13th Streets, 500 block City Public Works Department 2005 $32,500 GOB Resurfaced alley + Alley in the 0000 xxxxx xx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, east City Public Works Department 2006 $13,000 GOB Resurfaced alley + Alley extending from 10th to 11th Streets, 800 blo City Public Works Department 2007 $26,000 GOB Resurfaced alley + Alley in the 000 xxxxx xx 00xx Xxxxxx, xxxx City Public Works Department 2008 $26,000 GOB Resurfaced alley 4. Other + Remove 13th Street Bridge over Xxxxx Creek City Public Works Department 2003 Unknown GOB and/or MFT Dead end 13th Street ACTION WHO WHEN FUNDING OUTCOME AMOUNT SOURCE Increase Recreational Facilities and Public Open Space
Alleys. The actual alleys behind the houses on Utah Avenue, NW and Xxxxxxxxxxx Street, NW themselves, shall be repaired by the contractor should they be damaged during construction. Restoration of the alleys should be to a pre-construction level at the direction and satisfaction of DDOT.

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  • Toilets Papers, dust, cobwebs, peels, cans/bottles, cigarette butts, excrement on floor, bad smells, water pools, leaking sewage, rodents, animals (dead or alive), overflowing sanitary bins. 0 = NOT APPLICABLE 1 = UNACCEPTABLE (Toilets out of order. Toilets not cleaned on daily basis.) 2 = POOR (Toilets cleaned, but still visible signs of dirt, e.g. dust, cobwebs.) 3 = GOOD (Obvious sign that toilets are cleaned daily.) 4 = EXCELLENT (Extra effort is put in to ensure cleanliness, e.g. using detergents.)

  • Ditches (1) Remove bank slough, minor slides, and obstructions.

  • Landscaping Maintaining, tending and cultivating and (as necessary) re-stocking any garden or grassed areas including replacing plants, shrubs and trees as necessary.

  • Irrigation The City shall provide water to the Premises for the purpose of irrigating the facility. The City specifically reserves the right to restrict water usage under this Agreement if water restrictions are placed on other water users within the City. Prior to the start of the season, City will provide charge up and run through the automatic irrigation systems to check for proper operation. City will provide Lessee with a radio for remote operation of the irrigation system, which Lessee shall use for the day to day maintenance, repair, and monitoring of the irrigation system. If the radio is lost, stolen, broken, or is rendered unusable, Lessee shall pay $1500 for the replacement radio. City is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the following irrigation elements, to the extent applicable: curb stops, backflow prevention devices, backflow enclosures, main line pipings, electric control valves, and controllers. Lessee shall notify Parks Division Water managers by email if any of these irrigation elements are malfunctioning or broken.

  • Fences Except for establishment cost incurred by the United States and replacement cost not due to the Landowner's negligence or malfeasance, all other costs involved in maintenance of fences and similar facilities to exclude livestock shall be the responsibility of the Landowner.

  • Elevators Elevators for the use of all tenants and the general public for access to and from all floors of the Building, programming of elevators (including, but not limited to, service elevators), shall be as Landlord from time to time determines best for the Building as a whole.

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