Impacts Sample Clauses

Impacts. Temporary Noise and Vibration from Construction Activity The 2004 Lagoon Valley EIR concluded that construction activities associated with the previous project could generate temporary or periodic noise levels that exceed City standards and could generate and expose people to excessive groundborne vibration levels, resulting in significant impacts. Mitigation was identified to reduce the magnitude of these impacts, but they were found to remain significant and unavoidable. The 2005 Addendum found that the revised project would reduce but not avoid these significant and unavoidable impacts, and maintained the mitigation measures (Mitigation Measures 4.7-1 and 4.7-2 on pages 4.7-11 to 4.7-13 of the 2004 Draft EIR). The proposed phasing and development agreement would not change the allowed development levels and associated construction activity from what was evaluated in the 2005 Addendum. Therefore, the project’s contribution to temporary noise and vibration impacts from construction activity would not change, and the impacts would remain significant and unavoidable. Mitigation Measures 4.7-1 and 4.7-2 would still apply. Exposure of Sensitive Uses to Noise The 2004 Lagoon Valley EIR concluded that the previous project could expose proposed residential and other sensitive land uses to noise in excess of City standards. With a landscape berm along Interstate 80 and other noise attenuation approaches, calculations showed that exterior noise levels in residential areas would be below the threshold, but the 2004 EIR conservatively found a significant impact because of the possibility of new land uses being exposed to noise levels from Interstate 80 that exceed City standards. Mitigation was identified to reduce the impact to a less-than-significant level. The 2005 Addendum found that the revised project would reduce potential impacts to a less-than-significant level because residential development would be located further from Interstate 80. However, the mitigation measure was retained. The mitigation, which requires an acoustical analysis showing that exterior noise levels in new residential areas relatively near the Interstate 80 freeway would meet City standards, would typically be required as a condition of approval for any residential project proposed near a busy roadway in Vacaville. The 2005 Addendum retained it in order to confirm that the general analysis prepared for the EIR is accurate for the more specific grading and building plans to be developed. ...
Impacts. Finally, the staff and administration at the building site should discuss 6 and consider the anticipated impacts of adhering to the grant requirements. For 7 example, staff should discuss the following questions: 8
Impacts. Impacts can be regarded as horizontal shocks. These impacts are common to the rail industry during rail care coupling and in other environments during the sorting of packages. The package should be designed to withstand impacts normally incident to the distribution environment. Special attention should be placed [**].
Impacts. Runoff and Downstream Impacts The 2004 Lagoon Valley EIR concluded that the prior project would produce increased peak runoff flows that could exceed the capacity of downstream drainage facilities and increase the downstream flooding hazard, resulting in a significant impact. Mitigation was identified to reduce the impact to a less-than- significant impact. The 2005 Addendum found that because the revised project included less impervious area, it would reduce peak runoff flows, but not to a degree that would avoid the significant impact.
Impacts. The Snoqualmie Coaches and Activities Association (SCAA) and the Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD) enter into the following agreement related to the COVID-19 state-wide school closures that began on March 13, 2020 and will extend to the end of the 2019-2020 school year. High School Spring Sports will continue to be paid through the end of the 2019-2020 school year as the season began prior to the closure. Middle School Spring (4th season) sports will not be paid as those sports did not begin prior to the closure and will not meet at all during the 2019-2020 school year. Any spring coaches who were allowed to choose payment over the year rather than the season will have the amount paid to them for coaching a spring sport deducted from a future paycheck. Extra-Curricular activities that did not begin by March 13, 2020 will not be paid during the 2019- 2020 school year. Any spring advisors who were allowed to choose payment over the year rather than the season will have the amount paid to them for advising a spring activity deducted from a future paycheck. This Memorandum of Agreement is non-precedent setting and designed to address the unique economic situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. /s/Lynn Bardwell 4/19/2020 For the Association Date /s/Robert Manahan 4/28/2020
Impacts. Upon the occurrence of a Force Majeure Event, the Party claiming relief for such Force Majeure Event shall be excused from the performance of its obligations under this Agreement, excluding payment obligations, for the duration of such Force Majeure Event to the extent that such performance is affected by such Force Majeure Event, provided that the Party claiming such Force Majeure Event shall have made all commercially reasonable efforts to avoid and mitigate the effects of such Force Majeure Event and shall continue to make all commercially reasonable efforts to mitigate and overcome the effects of such Force Majeure Event. At the conclusion of a Force Majeure Event, the price and time for performance under this Agreement shall be adjusted as reasonably necessary to overcome the effect of the delay occasioned by such Force Majeure Event. Within fifteen (15) business days after the occurrence of any Force Majeure Event, the Party claiming such Force Majeure Event shall give written notice to the other Party, specifying in reasonable detail the estimated impact of such delay. EXHIBIT A UTILITY SERVICES SCOPE OF WORK Services may include but are not limited to: • Work with NEETNY to finalize an Easement agreement related to the Empire State Line project, including any inside or outside attorneysfees NYSEG incurs related to the Easement. • Review, provide feedback and define any NYSEG agreements/permits that would be required of any transmission line crossings, distribution line crossings, and gas pipeline crossings. Crossings can be an overhead electric overhead transmission line, or an access road for construction or maintenance purposes. • Any work related to coordinating communication and protection schemes of the proposed Dysinger and East Stolle switchyard. • Any work related to coordinating required outages during construction of the Empire State Line project. • Any work required of NYSEG to finalize the design and allow NEETNY to construct the Empire State Line project, including related legal, environmental, engineering, permitting or other expenses. • Any work performed by NYSEG will be performed pursuant to the NYISO interconnection process as set forth in the relevant tariffs of the New York Independent System Operator and an Interconnection Agreement to be entered into between the Parties. EXHIBIT B COMPENSATION NYSEG shall submit a monthly invoice summarizing the Utility Services performed, the number of hours worked, and the expenses incurre...
Impacts. KLJ will identify reasonably foreseeable direct, indirect, and cumulative environmental impacts expected to result from the proposed project alternative. Potential impacts will be discussed following the description of the affected environment. Avoidance/Minimization/Mitigation Measures to avoid or minimize environmental impacts will be developed and documented as part of this study. Unavoidable impacts that require mitigation will also be identified. When appropriate, mitigation measures will be documented. Draft Programmatic CATEX KLJ will prepare and submit electronically the Draft Programmatic CATEX for review to the City and NDDOT. KLJ will also submit an electronic version in PDF format to the NDDOT Local Government Division. The document will be a compilation and summary of the work completed in the preliminary engineering phase. Reports from the project meetings, environmental documentation, survey, roadway design and cost estimation will be referenced in the document. Revisions to the Draft Programmatic CATEX Comments received from the City and NDDOT on the Draft Programmatic CATEX will be individually addressed. Any revisions resulting from the comment will be summarized. Final Programmatic CATEX Input and comments from review of the draft will be incorporated into the Final Programmatic CATEX. KLJ will submit one original hard copy of the Programmatic CATEX to the City of Devils Lake. KLJ will submit one original hard copy and electronic version of the Documented CATEX to NDDOT. Deliverables provided by KLJ • Draft Programmatic CATEX • Final Programmatic CATEX DESIGN ENGINEERING
Impacts. Availability of autologous ESS will reduce morbidity from harvesting of donor skin autografts, and reduce mortality as previously demonstrated in pediatric populations with burns of greater than 50% TBSA 1,26,27. The enrollment criterion of 50% TBSA burns relates to the amount of available donor skin, and 4-week time period required to fabricate the study device. Patients with burns smaller than 50% TBSA can be treated by conventional grafting in about 4 weeks. For massive burns (>50% TBSA), increased availability of engineered skin is also expected to reduce total numbers of surgical procedures for skin grafting, total length of hospital stay intensive care days, total blood loss and requirements for transfusion, and to improve functional outcome and quality of life after discharge from the hospital. However, the full impact of this therapy has been reduced by the limited quantity of devices which can be generated in Dr. Boyce’s research laboratory (i.e., ~900 cm2 or ~1 ft2 each week). Based on an approximate TBSA of an adult male of 2.0 m2, and a demonstrated ability to expand donor skin by 100 times its original area, about 0.02 m2 (200 cm2), or 1% TBSA of uninjured skin is needed to resurface the entire body. This principle for conservation of donor skin will be proven in the proposed study, but on a reduced scale to meet the requirements of statistical power analysis (see section 6.5) and the available budget. An average dosage of study devices will be 0.4m2 (4,000 cm2) generated from a skin biopsy of 40 cm2. This dosage in an adult male represents ~20% of the TBSA. Table 1 shows an example for an adult with a full-thickness burn of 80% TBSA. This example assumes expansion of AG by 1:4, and ESS by 1:100. Table 1. Theoretical (white middle row) and proposed (shaded bottom row) impacts (shaded columns) of ESS compared to split-thickness skin autograft (AG) for a full-thickness burn of 80% TBSA A B A*B C A*C A*C*0.25 D A*D A*D0.01 TSBA (cm2) Burn % TSBA Burn (cm2) AG TSBA AG(cm2) AG Donor Area (cm2) ESS TSBA ESS (cm2) ESS Donor Area (cm2) 20,000 80% 16,000 20% 4,000 1,000 60% 12,000 120 20,000 80% 16,000 60% 12,000 3,000 20% 4,000 40 The budget of this proposal will provide 40,000 cm2 of ESS for a clinical trial in 8-10 subjects. Therefore, the dose of ESS for each subject will average 4,000 cm2 (4.4 ft2) and be generated from a skin biopsy of an average area of 40 cm2 (0.044 ft2). This design will prove the principle of the primary end point which is re...
Impacts. The longer time span translates into County-consultant and County-consultant-Ecology meetings, phone calls, emails, and the writing of additional monthly and mid-monthly status reports by the County’s consultant and submitted to the County.