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Berkeley. Upon written request by the City Manager of Berkeley to Operator, the City Manager of Berkeley has the right to review and approve of Advertising in advance of their placement at each Station.
Berkeley. Electronic or LCD panels may not be used for Advertising or Sponsorship acknowledgments; and backlighting of printed posters may not be done on blocks zoned exclusively for residential use.
Berkeley. Wilke, Philip J., A. Meg McDonald, and L. A. Payen 1986 Excavations at Indian Hill Rockshelter, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California, 1984-1985. Archaeological Research Unit, University of California, Riverside. Yohe, Robert M., II 1992 A Reevaluation of Western Great Basin Cultural Chronology and Evidence for the Timing of the Introduction of the Bow and Arrow to Eastern California Based on New Excavations at the Rose Spring Site (CA-INY-372). Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside. 1998 The Introduction of the Bow and Arrow and Lithic Resource Use at Rose Spring. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 20:26-52. Zepeda-Herman, Carmen, Harry Price, and Richard Schultz 2010 Draft Class III Cultural Resources Survey for the Imperial Solar Energy Center South Project, Imperial County, California. RECON Environmental, San Diego. APPENDIX D: CULTURAL RESOURCES WITHIN THE APE AND PROPOSED TREATMENT/MANAGEMENT STRATEGY Table 1: Cultural Resources within the APE and Proposed Treatment/Management Strategy Temporary # or Trinomial Distance from Site Boundary to Nearest Disturbance Brief Description Effects Management Strategy Feet Meters IMP-3999 0 0 Temporary camp Adversely affected Adversely affected, implement treatment plan, research design, Monitoring IMP-4485/4495 44 13 Temporary camp Not affected, towers moved ESA1, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-4959 96 29 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected, road moved Avoided2 IMP-4961 70 21 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected ESA, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-4962 98 30 Temporary camp Not affected Avoided IMP-4963 39 12 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected ESA, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-5593 62 19 Lithic scatter Not affected ESA, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-7874 309 94 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-7875 33 10 Lithic scatter Not affected, access road moved ESA, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-115-S-2 301 92 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-115-S-3 407 124 Lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-115-S-4 254 78 Lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-115-S-5 173 53 Lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-115-S-6 72 22 Lithic scatter Not affected Avoided IMP-115-S-7 64 19 Lithic scatter Not affected, tower moved ESA, Monitoring and Protective Measures IMP-115-S-8 33 10 Ceramic and lithic scatter Not affected, access road and tower moved ESA, Monitoring ...
Berkeley a. Within-range increases will be provided as described in Provisions A and B above.
Berkeley. Signed by the Treasurer of the State of Tasmania for and on behalf of the State in the presence of— P. J. STRUTT. E. DWYER GRAY. T H E T H E S C H E D U L E . SOLDIER LAND SETTLEMENT. COLUMN 1. Rate of interest per annum applicable to the sums shown opposite thereto. COLUMN 2. Sums lent to the State by the Common wealth to 30th June, 1925. COLUMN 3. Repayment by the State to the Commonwealth to 30th June, 1925. COLUMN 4. Balances being indebtedness of the State to the Commonwealth at 30th June, 1925, New South Wales. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. 4 14 3 20,000 0 0 20,0000 0 0 ..................... 5 5 3 85,624 13 9 219 10 9 85,405 3 0 5 6 11 1,874,411 8 2 ............... 1,874,411 8 2 6 7 0 4,285,099 0 0 ............... 4,285,099 0 0 6 15 2 1,250,000 0 0 ............... 1,250,000 0 0 7 5 0 2,311,067 18 0 ................ 2,311,067 18 0 Total .................. 9,826,202 19 11 20,219 10 9 9,805,983 9 2 4 13 7 20,000 Victoria. 0 0 20,000 0 0 4 13 10 73,247 7 9 73,247 7 9 5 3 10 17,084 13 5 17,084 13 5 5 5 3 1,644,915 3 1 63,768 16 10 1,581,146 6 3 5 6 11 3,553,124 4 9 ................ 3,553,124 4 9 6 7 0 5,480,742 14 10 ................ 5,480,742 14 10 6 15 2 613,247 18 6 .................. 613,247 18 6 7 5 0 565,813 13 10 ................ 565,813 13 10 Total .................... 11,968,175 10 2 174,100 18 0 11,794,074 18 2 Queensland. 5 5 3 326,843 11 11 17,113 10 4 309,730 1 7 5 6 11 401,240 19 9 ................. 401,240 19 9 6 7 0 1,351,366 7 4 ............. 1,351,366 7 4 Total 7 5 0 ................. 638,245 2,717,696 11 3 10 3 .............. 17,113 10 4 638,245 2,700,582 11 19 3 11 South Australia. 6 7 0 7 5 0 91,774 16 6 522,282 19 6 1,730,157 12 9 513,564 8 8 24,774 18 0 ................. ............... ............... 66,999 18 6 522,282 19 6 1,730,157 12 9 513,504 8 8 Total .................. 2,857,779 17 5 24,774 18 0 2,833,004 19 5 5 5 3 120,538 3 1 32,579 16 11 87,958 6 2 5 6 11 1,045,558 1 7 9 .............. 1,045,558 17 9 6 7 0 1,939,883 3 3 ............. 1,939,883 3 3 Western Australia. 7 5 0 500,000 0 0 477,801 18 11 1,380,000 0 0 .............. 500.000 0 0 477,801 18 11 1,380,000 0 0 ............ ............. Total .................. 5,463,782 3 0 32,579 16 11 5,431,202 6 1 Tasmania. 7 5 0 380,374 18 11 600,000 0 0 899,999 13 10 19,280 6 9 268,648 13 6 38,740 7 10 ............. ............ ............. .............. 341,634 11 1 600,000 0 0 899,999 13 10 19,280 6 9 268,648 13 6 Total ..................... 2.168,303 13 0 38.740 7 10 1...
Berkeley. S/ DONALD W. HUGHES, AS ATTORNEY-IN-FACT Name: Richard M. Berkeley

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