CITIES Sample Clauses

CITIES. The term “Cities” will refer to Dallas, Texas and Fort Worth, Texas.
CITIES. The Defined Coverage Area for each such City defines the geographical areas in and around such City that are to receive RF coverage from the combination of the satellites and terrestrial repeater equipment so as to meet the Repeater Acceptance Test Criteria. The Defined Coverage Area also defines exclusion zones ("Exclusion Zones") to which the Parties agree Contractor will have no obligation to provide RF coverage.
CITIES. The municipalities within Miami-Dade County, except those that are exempt from the Public School Facilities Element, pursuant to Section 163.3177(12), F.S.
CITIES. All municipalities in Polk County except those exempt from the Public School Facilities Element, pursuant to Section 163.3177(12), F.S. Auburndale Bartow Davenport Dundee Eagle Lake Fort Meade Frostproof Haines City Lake Alfred Lake Hamilton Lake Wales Lakeland Mulberry Polk City Winter Haven
CITIES. The word city or cities shall refer to the a municipalities (to include towns) in Polk County except those exempt from the Public School Facilities Element, pursuant to Section 163.31777(3), F.S. Auburndale Bartow Davenport Dundee Eagle Lake Fort Meade Frostproof Haines City Lake Alfred Lake Hamilton Lake Wales Lakeland Mulberry Polk City Winter Haven
CITIES. Diamond employees personnel in, and files corporation city income tax returns with, the following cities:
CITIES. Cities confirmed that the topic of “smart city” is high in their agenda as they expect a lot of benefits from becoming smart: efficiency, sustainability, participation of society and better quality of life. In describing what a smart city looks like, they agree that a “smart city” uses a lot of technology, combines energy, mobility and infrastructure, increases performance and efficiency, increases the participation of citizens, enables innovation and improves the social and economic fabric of the city. In both planning and implementing smart city solutions, performance measurement is one key component. Nevertheless, and although they would like to do so, cities haven’t yet widely adopted or implemented such performance measurement systems and CITYkeys could become a “facilitator” in this direction. Most cities would also like to have help in the development of harmonised and transparent schemes for data collection as well as for the secure and ethical opening of their data. Citizens & stakeholders Citizens and stakeholders follow adequately what their cities plan and implement and are definitely looking for more results, both in terms of quality and quantity. They define a “smart city” and its objectives in terms similar to the ones used by the cities’ experts; nevertheless they put more emphasis in three objectives that are directly important to them: • Improvement of quality of life; • Better services from the city to the citizens; • Creation of an innovative, competent and with high skilled jobs city. The outputs of CITYkeys need to take into account the priorities of all city stakeholders and replying citizens and stakeholders gave two different sets of answers when asked what makes a “smart city projectuseful. Useful for the citizens means a better environment and quality of life but mainly means better and more efficient services, tackling the social and economic challenges and a focus on innovation and jobs creation. Useful for the cities means tackling social issues but mainly means making the city more efficient and sustainable, more competitive and financially robust.
CITIES. The Cities shall be responsible for the following:
CITIES. 11 8. 10. In partnership with the community, recognize at least one (1) on-sale alcohol 12 establishmentsix (6) community agencies, businesses, law enforcement agencies and/or community 13 stakeholders that supportssupport the prevention of impaired driving within the six (6) identified cities.
CITIES. Elk Horn, Elliott, Essex, Farragut, Griswold, and Shenandoah, are each a municipality of the State of Iowa, organized and operating pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 364. Their respective addresses are: City of Elk Horn 4212 Main Street Elk Horn, Iowa 51531 Phone: 712-764-5512 City of Farragut 518 Hartford Avenue Farragut, Iowa 51639 Phone: 712-385-8660 City of Elliott 409 Main Street Elliott, Iowa 51532 Phone: 712-767-2351 City of Griswold 601 2nd Street PO Box 760 Griswold, Iowa 51535 Phone: 712-778-2615 City of Essex 412 Iowa Avenue PO Box 428 Essex, Iowa 51638 Phone: 712-379-3444 City of Shenandoah 500 W Clarinda Avenue Shenandoah, Iowa 51601 Phone: 712-246-4411