Campground Work Sample Clauses

Campground Work. Camper(s) acknowledge that any work done on the campground is voluntary and without compensation unless by written contract with the management of Second Home, LLC. Trees & Firewood
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Campground Work. Camper(s) acknowledge that any work done on the campground is voluntary and without compensation unless by written contract with the management of Second Home, LLC Garbage Disposal Disposing of trash in New York state is costly to campgrounds. Your help in following our campground rules regarding trash disposal is appreciated. Failure to follow these guidelines or using garbage bins for unauthorized items may result in additional charges to your site or garbage removal privileges being revoked.

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  • Schematic Design Phase Services § 3.2.1 The Architect shall review the program and other information furnished by the Owner, and shall review laws, codes, and regulations applicable to the Architect’s services.

  • Site Work An expansion of the Connecting Transmission Owner’s Boonville Station is required to accommodate the CTOIFs. The southern corner of the fence line will be expanded out by approximately 3,200 square feet. The Connecting Transmission Owner already owns the property required for the expansion. Approximately 120 feet of the existing fencing will need to be removed and approximately 150 feet of new fencing added.

  • Dirty Work Where an employee and their supervisor agree that work (other than ship repair work) is of an unusually dirty or offensive nature, the employee shall be entitled to 43 cents per hour extra. Where an employee and their supervisor agree that certain ship repair work is of an unusually dirty or offensive nature, the employee shall be entitled to 58 cents per hour extra.

  • School Improvement Plans The School shall develop and implement a School Improvement Plan as required by section 1002.33(9)(n), Florida Statutes and applicable State Board of Education Rules or applicable federal law.

  • Site Improvements The City may require a Developer to undertake site improvements upon completion of construction. Site improvements include, but are not limited to, seeding or sodding of front yards, and 4' chain-link fencing. Said site improvements must be undertaken when seasonally appropriate. The City reserves the right to make an exception on a case-by-case basis.

  • Tenant’s Work After the Commencement Date, Tenant at its sole cost and expense intends to construct leasehold improvements in the Demised Premises (“Tenant’s Work”) as detailed in the plans and specifications to be prepared by Tenant’s architect (“TI Architect”). Tenant shall be allowed to select a general contractor to perform the Tenant’s Work, provided said general contractor shall be properly licensed, bonded and of a reputation reasonably acceptable to Landlord. An affiliate of Landlord, Minkoff Development Corporation (“MDC”), shall act as Landlord’s construction manager to review plans and oversee construction of the Tenant’s Work by the general contractor. MDC shall receive a fee equal to one percent (1%) of the cost of the Tenant’s Work, which fee shall not exceed $50,000. Tenant shall have the right to submit plans for the Tenant’s Work in stages for portions of the Demised Premises. Tenant shall cause the TI Architect to prepare and deliver to Landlord for Landlord’s or MDC’s review preliminary plans (architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and structural, if necessary) and specifications for the proposed leasehold improvements (the “Preliminary Plans”). Landlord shall have five (5) business days after its receipt thereof (or such additional time as may reasonably be necessary) to review the Preliminary Plans, request any changes it deems reasonably appropriate, and indicate on the Preliminary Plans which portions of the leasehold improvements are to be removed by Tenant prior to the expiration or termination of the Lease. The TI Architect shall modify the Preliminary Plans to accommodate Landlord’s changes, and resubmit the revised plans (the “Revised Preliminary Plans”) to Landlord for approval. If Tenant or the TI Architect elect not to make said changes to the Preliminary Plans, then Landlord shall have the right to require Tenant to perform corresponding restoration work to effect said changes prior to the expiration or termination of the Lease. Upon receipt of Landlord’s approval of the Revised Preliminary Plans, the TI Architect shall prepare a complete set of construction drawings and specifications for the construction of the proposed leasehold improvements (the “Working Drawings”). The Working Drawings shall be in sufficient detail for (i) Tenant’s general contractor to obtain bids from all trades for and to perform the work described on the Working Drawings; (ii) Tenant’s general contractor to secure building permits from the requisite governmental authorities having jurisdiction over same; and (iii) Landlord or MDC to indicate the portion of Tenant’s Work, if any, which Tenant is to remove by expiration or termination of the Lease. The Working Drawings shall conform to and be consistent with the Revised Preliminary Plans and comply with all applicable Laws and Insurance Requirements, as those terms are defined in the Lease. The Working Drawings shall be submitted to MDC for review and approval, which approval (or a request for changes to be made) shall be given within ten (10) days after receipt thereof. Within five (5) business days after MDC’s approval of the Working Drawings, as modified by any revisions requested by MDC, Landlord and Tenant shall initial same to confirm their mutual approval thereof (the “Approved Working Drawings ”). The Approved Working Drawings will indicate which portions of the Tenant’s Work, if any, will have to be removed by Tenant prior to the expiration or termination of the Lease, and Tenant will timely comply with such requirement and repair any damage to the Land or the Building caused thereby at its own expense. Tenant will have no obligation to remove any other portion of the Tenant’s Work.

  • Tenant Improvements Subject to the terms and conditions hereof, Landlord agrees, at its cost and expense to complete a “turnkey” interior build-out (“Tenant Improvements”) of the Leased Premises in accordance with the conditions stated in the Work Letter attached hereto as Exhibit C and incorporated hereby pursuant to the Approved Final Plans to be finalized and approved in accordance with the Work Letter and upon approval attached thereto. Any changes or modifications to the Approved Final Plans thereafter must be done in writing and signed by both Tenant and Landlord in accordance with the Work Letter. So long as in accordance with Article 19 of this Lease, Tenant agrees that Landlord shall be entitled to select, in its reasonable discretion and acting in good faith, all architects, engineers, contractors and material suppliers necessary to furnish the labor and materials for the construction of the Tenant Improvements. Landlord shall be the sole contracting party with respect to the employment of contractors which perform the work necessary to construct the Tenant Improvements. Tenant shall not be entitled to access to the Leased Premises prior to the Date of Substantial Completion and Tenant shall not interfere with or impair in any material way the construction of the Tenant Improvements, and any such interference or impairment shall be included within a Tenant Delay as defined in the Work Letter and shall entitle Landlord to all remedies provided herein for breach of this Lease. Prior to the Possession Date, Tenant shall not enter into any contract for construction of any improvements within the Leased Premises with any person other than Landlord without Landlord's prior written consent. Tenant, at Tenant's expense, shall obtain and maintain any and all necessary permits and licenses to enable Tenant to conduct Tenant’s Permitted Use, and the failure of Tenant to obtain or maintain same shall not in any manner affect the Tenant’s obligations hereunder. Landlord shall be solely responsible, at its cost and expense, for obtaining all permits and approvals related to the Tenant Improvements.

  • Construction Work The regulation at 41 C.F.R. § 60-1.3 defines “construction work” as the construction, rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, extension, demolition or repair of buildings, highways, or other changes or improvements to real property, including facilities providing utility services. The term also includes the supervision, inspection, and other onsite functions incidental to the actual construction.

  • Infrastructure Improvements The design, redevelopment and construction and completion of certain infrastructure improvements, including sewer, stormwater, electrical and water main improvements, along with other similar improvements.

  • Demolition work (a) As of 1 October 2020 where Employees are directly performing demolition works that would require a demolition permit that allows the performance of such work, they will receive the amount of $8.35 per hour or the site allowance, whichever is the greater. This allowance will be adjusted annually in accordance with CPI (All Groups, Melbourne) movements measured in the twelve month period ending the previous December quarter effective as of 1 March 2021, rounded to the nearest 5 cents.

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