In the Public Interest Sample Clauses

In the Public Interest. The Division is entering into this Agreement for the purpose of carrying out the public policy of the State of Colorado, as determined by its Governor, General Assembly, and/or Courts. If this Agreement ceases to further the public policy of the State of Colorado, the Division, in its sole discretion, may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part. Exercise by the State of this right shall not constitute a breach of the Division’s obligations hereunder. The State shall notify the County and Sheriff of such termination in writing, pursuant to section I(5), and specify the effective date of the termination.
In the Public Interest. A. REO Maintenance and Marketing Standards
In the Public Interest. Mental Capacity Act 2005 Section 58(2) of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 provides for the Public Guardian’s duties to supervise Deputies and investigate concerns about the way a Deputy or Attorney is exercising their powers to be discharged “in co-operation with any other person who has functions in relation to the care or treatment of P” (the person lacking capacity). Section 58(5) of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 gives the Public Guardian authority, in the course of carrying out his duties, to examine and take copies of any health record, any record of, or held by, a Local Authority and complied in connection with a social services function, and any record held by a person registered under Part 2 of the Care Standards Act 2004 (c.14), so far as the record relates to P. This authority does not extend to records relating to a Deputy or Attorney. Information Security Ensuring security of information The OPG aims to ensure that there will be no unauthorised access to, loss, misuse, modification or disclosure of its client’s information. It respects a client’s right to privacy and understands that information may be imparted to in a relationship of confidence. It will ensure that disclosure is proportionate to the matter under investigation. The following standards will be applied when exchanging information with Local Authorities. Telephone calls If the Local Authority requests information about a client, the OPG will verify who the caller is before releasing any information. Verification may be carried out by calling back the person on a number recorded in the OPG’s case file, or asking for the query to be e- mailed. Once received, the e-mail will be checked that it has come from a Local Authority and the contact can be called back. Use of e-mail External e-mails sent between Local Authorities and the OPG are not encrypted in any way; nor are they transmitted over a secure medium. To avoid unauthorised disclosure of personal information, the OPG applies the following standards to e-mail correspondence: The OPG will not send any personal information about a client or deputy, e.g. information about finances or personal circumstances via e mail. E mails received by the OPG that contain personal information will be acknowledged and replied to by letter within published correspondence targets. If urgent, a letter may be sent as an attachment to an e-mail, in which case it will be password protected and the password sent in a separate e mail. Staff will take care to...
In the Public Interest. Generally, a settlement that “commands broad support among participants fairly reflective of the affected interests” and “does not contain terms which contravene statutory provisions or prior Commission decisionsmeets the “public interest” criterion.19 In this proceeding, all of the active parties who took positions on the issues covered by the Settlement Agreement are signatories to the Settlement Agreement and jointly requested its approval. Accordingly, there is no opposition to the terms of the Settlement Agreement. The parties indicate that the Settlement Agreement represents a reasonable compromise of their respective positions.Additionally, we find that the costs sought to be recovered in this proceeding are incurred by Applicant in executing PSEP projects that aid public safety and serve the public interest. Lastly, we find that the Settlement Agreement, if adopted by the Commission, will avoid the cost of further litigation, and frees up Commission resources for other proceedings. The Settlement Agreement frees up the time and resources of other parties as well, so that they may focus on other Commission proceedings. Accordingly, we conclude that the resolution of issues in the Settlement Agreement to the satisfaction of parties’ divergent interests indicates that the overall result is in the public interest as required by Rule 12.1(d). 19 See D.10-06-015, mimeo, at 11-12, citing D.92-12-019, mimeo, at 7.
In the Public Interest. A. Wilhoit Properties, Inc. (“Wilhoit”)
In the Public Interest to refer the major crime to the commission.” (emphasis added) [3] The applicants contend that the Committee could not have been satisfied that the police investigation had “not been effective” where the material before the Committee alleged that the police had assembled a strong circumstantial case against the first applicant and charged him with murder. They further contend that the Committee could not have been satisfied that it was in the public interest to refer the crime to the Commission. [4] The second respondent is the Commission’s Assistant Commissioner, Crime. On 10 November 2008, as delegate of the Commission,5 he authorised the holding of a hearing in relation to the suspected murder of B.6 On that day he also decided that he would conduct that hearing.7 On 11 November 2008 he made a number of decisions to issue attendance notices to various witnesses, who are the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth applicants in these proceedings.8 On 28 November 2008 the second respondent declined an application to not proceed with the investigative hearing and to withdraw the attendance notices.9 [5] The applicants challenge the decision to refer and the second respondent’s decisions on the grounds that each decision:(a) was not authorised by the enactment under which it was purported to be made;10 (b) involved an error of law;11
In the Public Interest. 19.Within ten (10) days of the effective date of this Agreement, ConAm Management Corporation, as the agent for Mission Cove Seniors Housing Associates, LP, agrees to notify all residents of Mission Cove Senior Apartments that accessible grab bars may installed for their bathroom shower, bathtub, or toilet to accommodate a disability, per the tenant's request. The information provided to tenants will state that these grab bars would be installed at no cost to the tenant. ConAm Management Corporation. as the agent for Mission Cove Seniors Housing Associates, LP, will provide a copy of the notice to the Department within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this Agreement.
In the Public Interest. 17. Within one-hundred and twenty (120) days of the effective date of this Agreement, Respondent Canyon View Capital’s office staff located at its properties and offices in the state of Arkansas, including the Regional Manager Teresa Bruno, and any employees or agents who make decisions about employment-related discipline or termination, evictions, reasonable accommodations, or reasonable modifications in the State of Arkansas shall undergo training provided by HUD of no fewer than four (4) hours on nondiscrimination requirements under the Fair Housing Act. Maintenance staff located at the subject property shall also undergo the training referenced in this paragraph. Respondent Canyon View Capital shall obtain from the trainer certifications of attendance, executed by each individual who received training, confirming their attendance. Attendance at the live training is required for all staff, except where pre-approved by HUD to attend a recorded training. If, in addition to the above-required training specified in this paragraph, Respondents Springdale Ridge Investors, LLC and Canyon View Capital have executed a conciliation agreement in the matter of Redacted Name Redacted Name
In the Public Interest. 25. Respondent Community Partners for Affordable Housing agrees that its current manager for the Subject Property complex will attend a fair housing training class lasting at least three (3) hours within ninety (90) days of the effective date of this Agreement. Respondent Cascade Management, Inc. agrees that a property manager who oversees low-income property, or in the event that such a person is not available, another property manager from Cascade Management, Inc., will attend a fair housing training class lasting at least three (3) hours within ninety (90) days of the effective date of this Agreement. Respondents will each pay the cost of this training for their own property manager's training, if any. Each of the aforementioned fair housing training classes shall be provided in person by a qualified fair housing agency, a qualified fair housing attorney, or other qualified training entity subject to prior approval by the Department. It is understood that Respondents may contact Kristina Miller at the FHEO Region X office, at 202- 2205328 or via email to kristina.miller@hud.gov, to arrange to attend a fair housing training class provided by the Department, and that participation in such training will fulfill the requirements of this paragraph. It is understood that Respondent Colleen Hayes has provided documentary evidence showing that she completed a fair housing training course on May 3, 2018. Respondent Income Property Management agrees that it will continue to require all its employees to take a fair housing course on an annual basis. To show compliance with paragraph G25, Respondents Community Partners for Affordable Housing and Cascade Management, Inc. will each submit to the Department a Certificate of Completion for that Respondent's required attendee, as set forth above, showing the date of completion of the training, the agency or firm that provided the training, and the name and title of the trainer. The Certificates of Completion shall be sent to the Department at the address specified in paragraph 134 below.
In the Public Interest and made in good faith; and