Elderly and Disabled Sample Clauses

Elderly and Disabled defined as a property that serves the elderly and non-elderly persons with disabilities. (This option is for projects that were originally designed to serve only elderly persons/families, however the owner may have elected a preference under Section 651 of Title VI, Subpart D of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 ( Title VI Subpart D) to reserve a percentage of units for non- elderly persons with disabilities in accordance with the provisions of Section 652, Title VI Subpart D. See instruction 4 below for Section 651 definition.) Family – defined as all persons regardless of age or disability. (This option is for projects that serve all families with no restrictions or preferences as long as the minimum age requirement is met. Please note that family projects may have some units that are reserved for persons with mobility/vision/hearing impairments which would require the applicant to meet the accessibility features of the unit.)
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Elderly and Disabled. Contractor shall provide back door pick-up to elderly or disabled residents as designated by the City who are physically unable to place container at Curbside on pick-up day. In no case will the quantity of persons receiving back door pick-up exceed three percent (3%) of the total Residential Premises. Contractor shall provide side door Residential Solid Waste collection service at no additional charge for those residents not physically able to take Carts to Curbside, provided however, that such exemptions will be granted only if there is no other occupant of the Residential Premises physically capable of placing the Cart at Curbside and the resident provides an affidavit from a physician certifying the physical disability. In no event will side door or backdoor service be provided at a distance of more than 150 feet from the public roadway. In the event where back door service is provided pursuant to this Section, the occupant shall use the Cart for storage of Residential Solid Waste but must place the Residential Solid Waste in bags, designed to accommodate storage of waste, each bag not to exceed 30 pounds in weight.
Elderly and Disabled. The Pet Fee will be $150.00 The Pet fee is a one-time non-refundable charge for your pet. Pet’s Name Type Breed Color Weight Age Housebroken YES or NO City of License License No. Date of last Rabies shot_ / / Name, address and phone number of person able to care for pet in case of resident’s permanent or temporary inability to care for animals. Name Phone( ) Address City Zip
Elderly and Disabled a. Franchisee may offer discounts to senior citizens or the disabled.

Related to Elderly and Disabled

  • INJURY AND DISABILITY 23.01 Where an employee is absent due to illness or injury which is compensable by WSIB, the following shall apply:

  • DEATH AND DISABILITY (a) The Employment Term shall terminate on the date of Employee's death, in which event Employee's Salary, reimbursable expenses and benefits owing to Employee through the date of Employee's death shall be paid to his estate. Employee's estate will not be entitled to any other compensation upon termination of this Agreement pursuant to this subparagraph 8(a).

  • ILLNESS AND DISABILITY 8.0 At the beginning of each school year each teacher shall be credited with ten (10) days of leave, the unused portion of which shall accumulate from year to year to one hundred fifty-five (155) days pro-rated based on the teacher’s regularly scheduled work day/week. The leave days may be taken by a teacher for the following reasons and subject to the following conditions:

  • Short-Term Leave and Disability Plan (STLDP) Subject to paragraphs 3.4-3.8 below, full-time teachers will be allocated one hundred and twenty (120) STLDP days on the first day of each school year. If a teacher’s employment status is less than full time, the teacher’s eligibility for short- term disability days shall be prorated by the ratio that the teacher’s FTE status is to full time status. Teachers on an unpaid leave of absence are not eligible to access benefits under this article for the portion of the workday for which the teacher is on an unpaid leave of absence. Teachers eligible to access short-term leave and disability coverage shall receive payment equivalent to ninety percent (90%) of annual grid salary (calculated by annual grid salary inclusive of any applicable allowances, multiplied by 90% divided by 194), in accordance with the terms of this central agreement.

  • Short-Term Leave and Disability Plan Top Up (STLDPT) For teacher absences that extend beyond the eleven (11) sick leave days provided above, teachers will have access to a sick leave top up for the purpose of topping up salary to one hundred percent (100%) under the Short-term Leave and Disability Plan. This top up is calculated as follows:

  • DISCIPLINE AND DISCHARGE OF EMPLOYEES (a) Pursuant to Section 84(1) of the Labour Relations Code, the following standards shall be applied:

  • REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION AND DISABILITY SEPARATION 34.1 The Employer and the Union will comply with all relevant federal and state laws, and regulations providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. The Employer will maintain written procedures for reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities. Upon request, Human Resource Services will make the reasonable accommodation written procedures available to an employee.

  • Optional Life and Disability Coverages In order for coverage to become effective, the employee must be in active payroll status and not using sick leave on the first day following approval by the insurance company. If it is an open enrollment period, coverage may be applied for but will not become effective until the first day of the employee's return to work.

  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment The Employer agrees to provide all active full-time employees with Accidental Death and Dismemberment benefit coverage equal to one (1) times their annual earnings in case of accidental death. Coverage is also provided for other losses such as speech and hearing, use of arms and legs, etc.

  • ’ Compensation Insurance and Disability Benefits Requirements Sections 57 and 220 of the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law require the heads of all municipal and state entities to ensure that businesses applying for contracts have appropriate workers’ compensation and disability benefits insurance coverage. These requirements apply to both original contracts and renewals. Failure to provide proper proof of such coverage or a legal exemption will result in a rejection of any contract renewal. Proof of workers’ compensation and disability benefits coverage, or proof of exemption must be submitted to OGS at the time of policy renewal, contract renewal and upon request. Proof of compliance must be submitted on one of the following forms designated by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. An XXXXX form is not acceptable proof of New York State workers’ compensation or disability benefits insurance coverage. Proof of Compliance with Workers’ Compensation Coverage Requirements:

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