Economic Impact Sample Clauses

Economic Impact. Should the District determine that the system of staffing described in this Article creates a significant adverse economic impact, the District shall meet and confer with the Union concerning the effect of its intended manner of altering District staffing operations.
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Economic Impact. The Board and the Union recognize that implementation of this Agreement has an economic impact. In the continuing spirit of collegiality and good faith, the Union and the Administration will consult to alleviate any possible negative economic impact that may arise regarding implementation of this Agreement.
Economic Impact. The following table* describes the economic impacts estimated to be created by this project assuming a 300,000 Square Foot Build out. Estimated Economic Impacts Created by this Project* Estimated Construction Jobs Created 300 Estimated Permanent Jobs Created 200 Estimated Gross Property Tax Increment (TI) Revenue (Year 1 of Tax Increment Generated) $350,000 Estimated Net Present Value (NPV) of Net Property TI Generated (Revenue to the CRA/LA Project Area through the last Tax Increment Receipt Date) $6,000,000 Estimated NPV of Property TI for Affordable Housing (25% set-aside towards the CRA/LA Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund through the last Tax Increment Receipt Date) n/a Estimated NPV of Utility User Tax Revenue (Revenue to City of Los Angeles) n/a Estimated NPV of Sales Tax Revenue (1% portion of taxable sales to City of Los Angeles) n/a Estimated NPV of Business Tax Revenue (Revenue to City of Los Angeles) n/a *The figures provided in the table about are for estimation purposes only; actual fiscal impact or job creation may be higher or lower than these estimates. Standardized formulas were used to generate these figures and are based on accepted econometric practices and basic tax calculations taken from research performed by a variety of sources, including the Los Angeles Economic Roundtable, California Redevelopment Association, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, CRA/LA, and the City and County of Los Angeles. SOURCE OF FUNDS No CRA/LA funds are required for this action.
Economic Impact. The College itself is an important engine of regional economic development. We provide good jobs for 500 full-time and 730 part-time employees. The economic impact of its expenditures exceeds $126M annually and the economic benefit of student expendi- tures is $90M per year. Table 1: Regional Impact Metric 2013 2019 Graduate employment rates 84.3 86.0 Employer satisfaction rates 93.8 95.0 Trades/Tech Enrolment 451 650 Applied Research Projects $1.5M $3.0M Economic Impact $216M $250M n Goal 2: High Quality Educational Experience We invest in quality. We have implemented three strategies designed to elevate the quality of the student experience: an Applied Learning Enhancement Strategy, a Revised Academic Advising Model and an e-Learning Strategy. Every faculty member is assigned a 7-week block to devote to program review, curriculum development/renewal and professional development. We will drive more student-centred and online learning with our new Learning Management System and ex- tensive faculty training. PQAPA has conducted two quality assurance reviews in the last five years and in each case cited numerous commendations and only two recommendations for improvement. Our Core Promise to Students. Our core promise articulates our commitment to person- alized pedagogy, work-integrated learning and student success. KPI results demonstrate the consistent quality of the learning experience at Xxxxxxx. For the past three years, the School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences has maintained first quartile provincial ranking on Overall Quality of Learning, Quality of Lab and Shop Learning and Quality of the Overall College Experience. Similarly, the Haliburton School of The Arts achieved first quartile ranking on Qual- ity of Lab and Shop Learning. Our School of Community Development and Health ranks in the first quartile on the Quality of Field Placement and Clinical Experiences. Core ProMise to students At Xxxxxxx, you become part of a learning community. We engage you in personalized learning and provide personalized support. Set in welcoming communities, our smaller campuses provide a friendly environment where people know your name. Close relationships, high expectations and a hands-on, minds-on learning experience help you develop the knowledge and skills, atti- tudes and values that lead to success at work and in life. From here, you can go anywhere as you begin or change your career. Or, through well-devel- oped educational pathways, you can pu...
Economic Impact. EPA believes that this proposed general permit will be economically beneficial to the regulated community. It provides an economic alternative to the individual application process the facilities covered by this permit would otherwise have to face. The requirements are consistent with those already imposed by effective federal regulations and State requirements. An economic analysis was prepared when the 40 CFR Part 503 regulations were proposed and finalized. Region 6 believes that the general permit conditions provide the same requirements as the self-implementing requirements under the 40 CFR Part 503 rule. Also Region 6 believes that this general permit is the most economical permitting option available to all TWTDS with NPDES application requirements.
Economic Impact. Upon assumption of this development, approximately 168 linear meters of box culvert will be added to the City’s network of infrastructure. This additional infrastructure is valued at approximately $371,000 and will incur the normal expense associated with annual operation and maintenance activities of approximately $5,140. The life cycle costs associated with this additional municipal infrastructure will be included in the City’s future multi-year budgets.
Economic Impact. A. A claim may be filed for impacts incurred in each of the following phases of the project. Please check the phase that is relevant to your claim: □ Business interruption during construction and the operations period following construction. □ Business interruption during the decommissioning phase. □ Business interruption during the operations phase that arises from an extraordinary unforeseen event (e.g., extraordinary maintenance in the Project area resulting in extended constraints on access).
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Economic Impact. This MOU shall not be used to require Diverse Suppliers to accept contractual provisions at wages for the Diverse Suppliers’ employees that are less than the prevailing wage for the type of service provided. Similarly, this MOU shall not be used to require the Utility to accept anything other than the lowest qualified bid.
Economic Impact. Promptly after the end of each fiscal year (but in any event prior to February 28 of each year), the Company shall provide to 399 Venture a written assessment, in form and substance satisfactory to 399 Venture, of the economic impact of 399 Venture's financing hereunder, specifying the full-time equivalent jobs created and retained, and the impact of the financing on the revenues and profits of the Company's business and on taxes paid by the Company and its employees.
Economic Impact. The following table* describes the economic impacts estimated to be created by this project. Estimated Economic Impacts Created by this Project* Estimated Construction Jobs Created 86 Estimated Permanent Jobs Created 2 *The figures provided in the table about are for estimation purposes only; actual fiscal impact or job creation may be higher or lower than these estimates. Standardized formulas were used to generate these figures and are based on accepted econometric practices and basic tax calculations taken from research performed by a variety of sources, including the Los Angeles Economic Roundtable, California Redevelopment Association, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, CRA/LA, and the City and County of Los Angeles. In addition to the creation of these construction and permanent jobs, redevelopment of the site will eliminate the existing deteriorated structures and improve the neighborhood by replacing them with a new, high-quality apartment building that will benefit 39 low and moderate income households.
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