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Consistent with the Project Description the Approved Project Budget, and other terms of the Grant Agreement or Cooperative Agreement for the Project and this Master Agreement,
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  • Project Description In two or three brief sentences, provide a concise description of your exhibition. Include the subject matter, type of objects to be included (paintings, sculpture, manuscripts, etc.), those responsible for organizing the exhibition, and catalogue author(s).

  • System Description The wet detention basin is designed to trap 80% of sediment in runoff and maintain pre-development downstream peak flows. The basin has two forebays (smaller ponds) located at the low end of two grass xxxxxx. In addition to runoff conveyance, the grass xxxxxx also allow infiltration and filtering of pollutants, especially from smaller storms. The forebays are each 4 feet deep. They are connected to the main pool by 18 and 24-inch metal pipes that outlet onto a rock chute. The forebays will trap coarse sediments in runoff, such as road sands, thus reducing maintenance of the main basin. The main pool will trap the finer suspended sediment. To do this, the pond size, water level and outlet structures must be maintained as specified in this Agreement (see Figures 1, 2 and 3). The main basin receives runoff from a 67.1 acre drainage area (41.2 acres within the subdivision and 25.9 acres off-site drainage coming from the east). During high rainfall or snow melt events, the water level will temporarily rise and slowly drain down to the elevation of the control structure. The water level is controlled by a 12-inch concrete pipe extending through the berm in the northwest corner of the basin (see Figures 1 and 3). On the face of the 12-inch pipe, there is metal plate with a 3-inch drilled hole (orifice) with stone in front of it. This orifice controls the water level and causes the pond to temporarily rise during runoff events. Washed stone (1- 2” diameter) is placed in front of the orifice to prevent clogging. High flows may enter the grated concrete riser or flow over the rock lined emergency spillway. “As-built” construction drawings of the basin, showing actual dimensions, elevations, outlet structures, etc. will be recorded as an addendum(s) to this agreement within 60 days after [Municipality Name] accepts verification of construction from the project engineer.

  • Joint Funded Project with the Ohio Department of Transportation In the event that the Recipient does not have contracting authority over project engineering, construction, or right-of- way, the Recipient and the OPWC hereby assign certain responsibilities to the Ohio Department of Transportation, an authorized representative of the State of Ohio. Notwithstanding Sections IV, VI.A., VI.B., VI.C., and VII of the Project Agreement, Recipient hereby acknowledges that upon notification by the Ohio Department of Transportation, all payments for eligible project costs will be disbursed by the Grantor directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation. A Memorandum of Funds issued by the Ohio Department of Transportation shall be used to certify the estimated project costs. Upon receipt of a Memorandum of Funds from the Ohio Department of Transportation, the OPWC shall transfer funds directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation via an Intra-State Transfer Voucher. The amount or amounts transferred shall be determined by applying the Participation Percentages defined in Appendix D to those eligible project costs within the Memorandum of Funds. In the event that the Project Scope is for right-of-way only, notwithstanding Appendix D, the OPWC shall pay for 100% of the right-of-way costs not to exceed the total financial assistance provided in Appendix C. APPENDIX D LOCAL SUBDIVISION CONTRIBUTION, PROJECT FINANCING AND EXPENSES SCHEME AND DISBURSEMENT RATIO

  • SERVICE LEVEL DESCRIPTION The Fund Accounting Agreement is hereby amended by deleting the Service Level Description attached thereto and replacing it in its entirety with the Service Level Description attached hereto.

  • Service Description The Parties will provide Common Channel Signaling (CCS) to one another via Signaling System 7 (SS7) network Interconnection, in accordance with prevailing industry standards. Use of a third party provider of SS7 trunks is permitted.

  • ITEM DESCRIPTION Equipment (include VIN, make, model, year, serial no., accessories, or other identifying features): 12. NO. OF OPERATORS PER SHIFT 13. HRLY/ DAILY/ MILEAGE SHIFT BASIS 14. SPECIAL 15. GUARANTEE (8 HOURS) Rate Unit Portable Toilet Rental – Serviced(Includes first day delivery/last day pickup and daily rental rate per unit) 1 $75 Daily Ea. Portable Toilet Rental – Unserviced(Rental only, no daily service call) 1 $45 Daily Ea. Accessible Portable Toilet Rental – Serviced(Includes first day delivery/last day pickup and daily rental rate per unit) 1 $95 Daily Ea. Accessible Portable Toilet Rental – Unserviced(Rental only, no daily service call) 1 $65 Daily Ea.

  • Timeline Contractor must perform the Services and deliver the Deliverables according to the following timeline: • •

  • Conformity with Plan This Agreement is intended to conform in all respects with, and is subject to all applicable provisions of, the Plan. Inconsistencies between this Agreement and the Plan shall be resolved in accordance with the terms of the Plan. In the event of any ambiguity in this Agreement or any matters as to which this Agreement is silent, the Plan shall govern. A copy of the Plan is available upon request to the Administrator.

  • Program Description The employer agrees to provide a vision benefit to eligible employees and dependents. The vision benefit provided by the State shall have an employee co-payment of $10 for the comprehensive annual eye examination and $25 for materials.

  • Course Description The Chief Academic Officer of any participating community college or university may request that a course be removed from the CAA transfer list. Both a community college and a university must partner to request the addition of a course to the transfer list. The university endorsement signifies that the university accepts the course and believes the course should be recommended for statewide consideration. Name of the Community College: Name of UNC Senior Institution: would like for the above course to be added to the CAA transfer course list with a status of: Pre-Major/Elective General Education or UGETC for the following discipline: Communications Humanities/Fine Arts Math Social/Behavioral Science Science would like for the above course to be deleted from the CAA transfer course list Please provide rationale for the course addition or deletion: (additional page may be utilized) Signature of Chief Academic Officer NCCCS College Date Signature of Chief Academic Officer UNC Senior Institution Date Please submit the completed and signed request to all of the following three representatives: Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Ed.D. Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, M.D. Senior Vice President, Programs Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Academic and Student Services Academic Affairs North Carolina Community College System UNC-General Administration 5016 Mail Service Center Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxx 0000 Xxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Xxxxxx Xxxx, XX 00000 Xx. Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Director for Student Development and Association of Student Governments Advisor UNC General Administration X.X. Xxx 0000 Xxxxxx Xxxx, XX 00000 Upon receipt of the form, either Vice President may indicate endorsement of the request and send the request to the Transfer Advisory Committee for action a minimum of thirty days prior to the TAC meeting. The NC Community College System Office will solicit a response from all community colleges approved to offer the course and include the results of the vote along with their endorsement. The CAO at UNC may seek input from its respective campuses as deemed appropriate. Please Note: New, proposed courses that are not currently in the NC Community College Combined Course Library must first be submitted to the NCCCS Curriculum Review Committee, by a community college, accompanied by a request for addition to the Combined Course Library. Please see Section 15 of the Curriculum Procedures Reference Manual at: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/academic- programs/curriculum-procedures-reference-manual-cprm Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Transfer Course List Change of Course Status to Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) Form CAA02

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