Joint Funded Project with the Ohio Department of Transportation Sample Clauses

Joint Funded Project with the Ohio Department of Transportation. In the event that the Recipient does not have contracting authority over project engineering, construction, or right-of- way, the Recipient and the OPWC hereby assign certain responsibilities to the Ohio Department of Transportation, an authorized representative of the State of Ohio. Notwithstanding Sections IV, VI.A., VI.B., VI.C., and VII of the Project Agreement, Recipient hereby acknowledges that upon notification by the Ohio Department of Transportation, all payments for eligible project costs will be disbursed by the Grantor directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation. A Memorandum of Funds issued by the Ohio Department of Transportation shall be used to certify the estimated project costs. Upon receipt of a Memorandum of Funds from the Ohio Department of Transportation, the OPWC shall transfer funds directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation via an Intra-State Transfer Voucher. The amount or amounts transferred shall be determined by applying the Participation Percentages defined in Appendix D to those eligible project costs within the Memorandum of Funds. In the event that the Project Scope is for right-of-way only, notwithstanding Appendix D, the OPWC shall pay for 100% of the right-of-way costs not to exceed the total financial assistance provided in Appendix C. APPENDIX D LOCAL SUBDIVISION CONTRIBUTION, PROJECT FINANCING AND EXPENSES SCHEME AND DISBURSEMENT RATIO
Joint Funded Project with the Ohio Department of Transportation. In the event that the Recipient does not have contracting authority over project engineering, construction, or right-of-way, the Recipient and the OPWC hereby assign certain responsibilities to the Ohio Department of Transportation, an authorized representative of the State of Ohio. Notwithstanding Sections 4, 6(a), 6(b), 6(c), and 7 of the Project Agreement, Recipient hereby acknowledges that upon notification by the Ohio Department of Transportation, all payments for eligible project costs will be disbursed by the Grantor directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation. A Memorandum of Funds issued by the Ohio Department of Transportation shall be used to certify the estimated project costs. Upon receipt of a Memorandum of Funds from the Ohio Department of Transportation, the OPWC shall transfer funds directly to the Ohio Department of Transportation via an Intra-State Transfer Voucher. The amount or amounts transferred shall be determined by applying the Participation Percentages defined in Appendix D to those eligible project costs within the Memorandum of Funds. In the event that the Project Scope is for right-of-way only, notwithstanding Appendix D, the OPWC shall pay for 100% of the right-of-way costs not to exceed the total financial assistance provided in this Appendix. APPENDIX C-1 PROMISSORY NOTE $10,000 Huntington Township CI27R July 1, 2014 FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned (the "Recipient") promises to pay to the order of the Ohio Public Works Commission (hereinafter the "Lender," which term shall include any holder hereof), at its office located at 65 E. State Street, Suite 312, Columbus, OH 43215, or at such other place as the holder hereof may, from time to time, designate in writing, the principal sum of Ten Thousand Dollars (US$10,000), or so much thereof as shall be advanced by Lender and remain unpaid, together with all costs herein provided and interest from the first day in January or July following project completion and thereon until said amounts have been paid in full at a rate equal to Zero percent (0.00%) per annum, or the "Default Rate" (as hereinafter defined), as the case may be. Principal and interest due under this Note shall be payable as follows: The first payment due hereunder shall be made on the last business day in January or the first day in July following the date of project completion, whichever date first occurs, which date shall be referred to herein as the "Initial Payment Date." After the Initial Payment Da...
Joint Funded Project with the Ohio Department of Transportation. For those projects advertised, awarded and administered by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Recipient and the Director hereby assign certain responsibilities to the ODOT, an authorized representative of the State of Ohio. Notwithstanding Sections V.A., V.B., and V.C. of the Project Agreement, Recipient hereby acknowledges that upon notification by the ODOT, all payments for eligible project costs will be disbursed by the Director and the OPWC directly to the ODOT. A Memorandum of Funds issued by the ODOT shall be used to certify the estimated project costs. Upon receipt of a Memorandum of Funds from the ODOT, the OPWC shall transfer funds directly to the ODOT via an Intra-State Transfer Voucher. The amount or amounts transferred shall be determined by applying the Participation Percentages defined in Appendix B to those eligible project costs within the Memorandum of Funds.

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