General Public. 31.06 Should more than one employee in the bargaining unit equally meet the requirements of paragraph 31.05 above, then the selection process shall be made on the basis of seniority.
General Public. The facility is rented to individuals, families, groups, organizations and/or businesses for parties, meetings, seminars, reunions, weddings, showers, etc., for a rental fee of $175.00 per day on Friday and Saturdays from 8 am to 11 pm, Monday- Thursday from 8 am-11 pm for $100.00 and Sundays 2 pm- 11 pm Rental fee is non-refundable once paid. Members receive $25.00 discount on rental. A 100.00 refundable cleaning deposit is also required and can not be waived for any reason.
General Public. The broad category of people and organizations who are not direct participants in the Project XL development process, but who have an interest in, and wish to be informed about, progress on the project. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) -- The regulatory agency charged with implementing environmental laws in the State of Minnesota. Minnesota XL Permit -- A permit issued under Minn. Stat. 114C authorizing a Project XL pilot in Minnesota and within which the parties agree. Multi-media Agreement -- In the context of Project XL, an agreement that encompasses air, water, waste and, potentially, other issues. Project XL -- A Federal program to conduct pilot projects that promote eXcellence and Leadership through negotiated agreements with regulated parties.
General Public. You aren’t very actively involved, but interested. • Regularly attend a Yiddish club/class. There are over 300 Yiddish groups that meet weekly or monthly. There are almost 500 individuals in the US alone who are teaching or have taught Yiddish. • Belong/support at least two Yiddish organizations. • Read at least two journals, bulletins, newspapers, or newsletters in Yiddish or related to Yiddish. • Learn and use at least one new Yiddish word a week. It will increase your vocabulary by at least 50 words a year. • Attend/view a major Yiddish conference, institute, convention, seminar, play, concert or film once a year. • Interest another person in Yiddish. If everyone did it, the number would double in only a year. • Purchase at least one Yiddish book, CD/cassette or film once a year— for your use. • Purchase at least one Yiddish book, CD/cassette or film once a year— for a gift. You are a YIDDISH teacher, club/group leader, klezmer bandleader, translator, radio announcer, theatrical producer/director, filmmaker, author, editor, publisher, entertainer, librarian, upper level student, or major financial supporter. • Do all of the eight listed above. • Make at least one presentation at a formal/public meeting. • Write at least one article for a journal, bulletin, newspaper, or newsletter. • Create, open, introduce, encourage, support, or attend a new Yiddish area or group annually. • Be available to, and answer a question for, those who have less ability/knowledge. The entire area of Yiddish online has been omitted purposely, for that is being saved for an entire column. It is the fastest growing medium and the rate of change is tremendous. There are Yiddish scholars in all major Yiddish centers. That should not come as a surprise. There are quite a few children of world-renowned parents who are truly following in their parents’ footsteps. There are, and recently were, quite a number of husband and wife teams who both have/had international recognition. This editorial, however, wishes to recognize those who are in unusual locations. It is difficult for them to have the close contact with others in Yiddish–oriented academia, speaking and publishing centers like Toronto, Montreal, Paris, London, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires, Melbourne, New York, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles, etc. In looking over all of the files of regular contributors and the irregular contributors and the non-contributors, one name is salient. It is not because of his being superior in any one area, f...
General Public. The focus of EAGLE dissemination is to increase awareness among epigraphy stakeholders, but also within the wider public. This community is represented by tourists, students and enthusiasts of classical culture who may be interested in widening their knowledge of the large amount of high-value visual and textual records that EAGLE will feature.
General Public. The broad category of people and organizations who are not direct participants in the Project XL development process, but who have an interest in and wish to be informed about progress on the project. Groundwater Remediation System -- A system designed to remove groundwater contamination. Often, such systems use wells to recover contamination. Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) -- Air emissions regulated for potentially hazardous effects. Milling -- Milling operations shall be all those activities that involve the cutting and shaping of wood or Fibrex except that shaping by extrusion shall not be considered milling. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) -- The regulatory agency charged with implementing environmental laws in the State of Minnesota. Minnesota XL Permit -- a permit issued under Minn. Stat. 114C authorizing a Project XL pilot in Minnesota and which the parties agree is expected to contain all Federally enforceable air permits. Multi-media Agreement -- In the context of Project XL, an agreement that encompasses air, water, waste and, potentially, other issues. Non-milling -- Non-milling operations shall be all those activities that generate PM/PM10 emissions and which are not milling operations. PM -- Particulate matter; dust.