County Road Sample Clauses

County Road. “County Road” means a street, road, or other public way, including shoulders, designated for the purpose of vehicular traffic and under the jurisdiction of the County.
County Road. Public road that has been accepted into the county road system through construction by the County, dedication and formal acceptance by the County Commission, or prescription and is maintained by the County. A road that has been dedicated to the public and is used by the public is not a county road, unless it has been accepted into the county road system through construction, acceptance or prescription as stated above.
County Road. County Roads are minor arterial transportation routes belonging to Monterey County. The primary purpose of the County Road is to facilitate primarily local travel between different parts of the county and provide access to state beaches and inland rural areas from State Route 1. County Roads in this area are two-lane facilities that may include bicycle lanes. On-street parking is allowed against curbs in residential areas and in designated pull- out areas along routes providing coastal access. On-street, overnight parking for persons sleeping in their vehicles is prohibited. In Moss Landing, the County Road classification is assigned to Jetty Road, Dolan Road, and Potrero Road.
County Road. Windsor, Vermont 05089 (802) 674-7248 Latest Revision: January 2022 Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center Notice of Privacy Practices How medical information about you may be used and shared and how you can get access to this information. This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and shared and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully Ways We Can Use and Share Your PHI Without Written Permission Treatment, Payment and Healthcare Operations Treatment: We may use and share your Protected Health Information to provide care and other services to you—for example, your nurse and doctor may review and discuss your PHI to diagnose and treat your injury of illness. In addition, we may use your PHI to provide you with appointment reminders, information about treatment options, benefits or other health related benefits and services that may be of interest to you. Your doctor may share your PHI with other doctors, nurses, and others at our facilities to provide you with care. Payment: We may use and share your Protected Health Information to receive payment for services that we provide to you. For example, we may share your PHI to obtain prior approval, request payment, and collect payment from you, an insurance company, a third party or other program that arranges or pays the cost of some or all of your healthcare. Healthcare Operations: We may use and share your Protected Health Information for our healthcare operations, which include management, planning, and activities that help to improve the quality and efficiency of the care that we deliver. For example, we may use PHI to review the quality and skill of our physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers or for their training. In addition, we may share PHI with certain others who help us with our activities, including those we hire to perform services. Electronic Health Record: We use an electronic health record (EHR). An advantage is the ability to share and exchange PHI among personnel and other community health care providers who are involved in your care. When we enter your information into the EHR, we may share that information as permitted by law by using shared clinical databases or health information exchanges. We may also receive information about you from other health care providers in the community who are involved with your care by using shared databases or health information exchanges. We may also seek your consent to access medical infor...
County Road. CR5 ROW is a county road and shall remain so throughout this Easement Term. Grantor has statutory authority to control the CR5 ROW. As such, Grantor shall retain all rights to maintain the CR5 ROW in the condition it determines in its sole discretion. Grantee may but has no obligation to make upgrades, improvements or perform maintenance at Grantee’s sole expense with the prior written permission of Grantor. If given by Grantor: notice shall be mailed, postage prepaid, by first class mail addressed to the Road Association :
County Road. A public road or highway established in accordance with Wyoming State Statute 24-3-101, et seq., and 24-1-101, et seq. A County Road is managed and maintained by the County at the discretion of the Board of County Commissioners. All public roads are not necessarily county roads.
County Road. CR5 ROW is a county road and shall remain so throughout this Easement Term. Grantor has statutory authority to control the CR5 ROW. As such, Grantor shall retain all rights to maintain the CR5 ROW in the condition it determines in its sole discretion. Grantee may but has no obligation to make upgrades, improvements or perform maintenance at Grantee’s sole expense with the prior written permission of Grantor.
County Road every highway or part thereof, outside the limits of incorporated cities and towns and which has not been designated as a state highway;

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