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Historically. 4.1.1. The water level near the Dam has been limited to a range between 3.0 and
Historically. Formally known as the Office of Indian Education Programs, OIEP was renamed the Bureau of Indian Education in August 2006 to reflect a parallel purpose and organizational structure. • Snyder Act of 1921 • Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 • Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975 (P.L. 93-638) • Education Amendments Act of 1978 (P.L. 95-561) • The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (P.L. 107-110) Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) • 184 elementary and secondary schools • 63 reservations • 23 states States in which there are BIE schools Arizona California Florida Idaho Iowa Kansas Louisiana Maine Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nevada New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon Utah Washington Wisconsin Wyoming Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) • BIE operated There are schools (62), including residential schools, that are operated directly by the Bureau of Indian Education through the U.S. Department of Interior.
Historically the log drives of the 1800’s caused great damage to the upland and instream habitat of the Betsie River. Today, sources of sand or sediment include erosion from streambanks, outdated road/stream crossings, recreational access points, and improper development in the riparian corridor. Approximately 35 miles of the mainstem between Wallin and Betsie Lake have been surveyed and monitored for bank erosion problems. In 1958, the MDNR identified 18,000 lineal feet of eroding streambank on the Betsie. In 1986, the Northwest Michigan Streambank Erosion Inventory identified over 140 erosion sites along the Betsie River. The entire watershed has been surveyed for road/stream crossing locations that are all documented in the Betsie River Watershed Road/Stream Crossing Inventory.

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  • Historically Underutilized Businesses (“HUBs”). In accordance with state law, it is TFC’s policy to assist HUBs whenever possible to participate in providing goods and services to the agency. TFC encourages those parties with whom it contracts for the provision of goods and services to adhere to this same philosophy in selecting subcontractors to assist in fulfilling PSP’s obligations with TFC. If PSP subcontracts with others for some or all of the services to be performed under an Assignment to this Agreement, PSP shall comply with all HUB requirements pursuant to Chapter 2161 of the Texas Government Code. At or prior to the execution of an Assignment with a value that is anticipated to meet or exceed One Hundred Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($100,000.00), PSP must provide a completed HUB Subcontracting Plan, which shall be approved by TFC prior to execution of the Assignment. A copy of the HUB Subcontracting Form is attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes as Exhibit G. PSP shall provide the HUB Program of TFC with pertinent details of any participation by a HUB in fulfilling the duties and obligations arising under an Assignment, on the HUB Subcontracting Plan Progress Assessment Report (“PAR”). A copy of the PAR Form is attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes as Exhibit H.

  • DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE OR HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS The Engineer agrees to comply with the requirements set forth in Attachment H, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise or Historically Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan Requirements with an assigned goal or a zero goal, as determined by the State.

  • The Business The parties acknowledge that the Company is engaged in the development, marketing and sale of certain proprietary technologies, processes and related products in the areas of chemical detection, technical processes, and technical/business services, and that the Company may also from time to time become or may intend to become engaged in other business endeavors (individually and collectively, the "BUSINESS"). The Company shall be deemed to intend to become engaged in a business endeavor if it has devoted or expended any significant resources, either financial or human resources, towards the proposed endeavor, either in planning or implementing the undertaking of such planned endeavor.

  • Outside Businesses Any Covered Person, the Sponsor, the Delaware Trustee and the Institutional Trustee may engage in or possess an interest in other business ventures of any nature or description, independently or with others, similar or dissimilar to the business of the Trust, and the Trust and the Holders of Securities shall have no rights by virtue of this Declaration in and to such independent ventures or the income or profits derived therefrom, and the pursuit of any such venture, even if competitive with the business of the Trust, shall not be deemed wrongful or improper. None of any Covered Person, the Sponsor, the Delaware Trustee or the Institutional Trustee shall be obligated to present any particular investment or other opportunity to the Trust even if such opportunity is of a character that, if presented to the Trust, could be taken by the Trust, and any Covered Person, the Sponsor, the Delaware Trustee and the Institutional Trustee shall have the right to take for its own account (individually or as a partner or fiduciary) or to recommend to others any such particular investment or other opportunity. Any Covered Person, the Delaware Trustee and the Institutional Trustee may engage or be interested in any financial or other transaction with the Sponsor or any Affiliate of the Sponsor, or may act as depositary for, trustee or agent for, or act on any committee or body of holders of, securities or other obligations of the Sponsor or its Affiliates.

  • Outpatient If you receive dialysis services in a hospital's outpatient unit or in a dialysis facility, we cover the use of the treatment room, related supplies, solutions, drugs, and the use of the dialysis machine. In Your Home If you receive dialysis services in your home and the services are under the supervision of a hospital or outpatient facility dialysis program, we cover the purchase or rental (whichever is less, but never to exceed our allowance for purchase) of the dialysis machine, related supplies, solutions, drugs, and necessary installation costs. Related Exclusions If you receive dialysis services in your home, this agreement does NOT cover: • installing or modifying of electric power, water and sanitary disposal or charges for these services; • moving expenses for relocating the machine; • installation expenses not necessary to operate the machine; or • training you or members of your family in the operation of the machine. This agreement does NOT cover dialysis services when received in a doctor’s office.

  • Medical Services As used in this Agreement, the term Medical Services shall mean those medical services that the Physician, herself is permitted to perform under the law of the State of South Carolina and that are consistent with her training and experience as a family medicine physician, as the case may be. Patient shall also be entitled to an annual in-depth “wellness examination and evaluation” which shall be performed by the Physician, and may include the following: Health Risk Assessment Vision and Hearing Screening EKG Comprehensive Lab Screening * Body Mass Index Calculation Psychosocial Screening Custom Wellness Plan to Include Exercise and Dietary Plan *Some restrictions apply The Physician may from time to time, due to vacations, sick days, and other similar situations, not be available to provide the services referred to above in this paragraph 1. During such times, Patient’s calls to the Physician, or to the Physician’s office, will be directed to a physician who is “covering” for the Physician during her absence. Pennington Primary Care will make every effort to arrange for coverage but cannot guarantee such coverage.

  • Ambulance Escort Where a nurse is assigned to provide patient care for a patient in transit, the following provisions shall apply:

  • WATERBEDS The Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Shall have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises. ☐ - Shall not have the right to use a waterbed on the Premises.

  • Leave for Union Business The Hospital agrees to grant leaves of absence, without pay, to nurses selected by the Union to attend Union business including conferences, conventions and Provincial Committee meetings and to any nurse elected to the position of Local Co-ordinator. The cumulative total leave of absence, the amount of notice, the number of nurses that may be absent at any time from one area and the number of days (including those of the Local Co-ordinator) is set out in the Appendix of Local Provisions. During such leave of absence, a nurse's salary and applicable benefits or percentage in lieu of fringe benefits shall be maintained by the Hospital and the local Union agrees to reimburse the Hospital in the amount of the daily rate of the full-time nurse or in the amount of the full cost of such salary and percentage in lieu of fringe benefits of a part-time nurse except for Provincial Committee meetings which will be reimbursed by the Union. The Hospital will bill the local Union within a reasonable period of time. Part-time nurses will receive service and seniority credit for all leaves granted under this Article.

  • Separate Business CAC shall not: (i) fail to maintain separate books, financial statements, accounting records and other corporate documents from those of Funding; (ii) commingle any of its assets or the assets of any of its Affiliates with those of Funding (except to the extent that CAC acts as the Servicer of the Loans); (iii) pay from its own assets any obligation or indebtedness of any kind incurred by Funding (or the Trust); and (iv) directly, or through any of its Affiliates, borrow funds or accept credit or guaranties from Funding.