Lobby. The Lessee is responsible for any damage or harm to the Entry Way or foyers that may occur during the term of this Agreement caused by acts, or failures to act, of the Lessee, its agents, employees, patrons, guests, invitees and/or participants whether accidental or otherwise. PLEASE NOTE: The Lobby is not to be used as a play space for children at any time. At the discretion of the MSDWC, any unsupervised behavior by children could result in the children or the Lessee being asked to vacate the Premises. The Lessee agrees to the additional terms and conditions:
Lobby. (including Concourse). Maintain entry lobby. Use of carpet sweeper and/or vacuum shall be used during the day. Treated dust mops shall be used for removing footprints from floors. Damp mop shall be used for spills. All glass and walls shall be spot cleaned, removing handprints, smudges, etc. throughout the day. Security Console and Client Directory shall be cleaned as needed using a treated cloth but no less than twice a day. FEATHER DUSTERS ARE NOT TO BE USED. No scrubbing or buffing shall be done during the day in the Lobby or in Concourse Areas.
Lobby. A. Services performed nightly: • Sweep and special clean the limestone and granite flooring. • Clean all edges and corners. Machine clean, as necessary. • Clean glass doors, adjacent glass panels and glass top of revolving doors. • Clean and polish all transoms, metal doors, door frames, etc. • Dust vases, vase stands and other horizontal surfaces. • Empty all trash receptacles, clean and polish. • Clean pay phones as required. • Spot clean directory board and graphics. • Clean security desk and surrounding area. • Spot clean all walls.
Lobby. 1. Daily - five nights each week.
Lobby. No Federal or State appropriated funds shall be expended by the Provider for influencing or attempting to influence, as prohibited by state or federal law, an officer or employee of any Federal or State agency, a member of Congress or a State Legislature, or an officer or employee of Congress or a State Legislature in connection with any of the following covered actions: the awarding of any Agreement; the making of any grant; the entering into of any cooperative agreement; or the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any Agreement, grant, or cooperative agreement. The signing of this Agreement fulfills the requirement that providers receiving over $100,000 in Federal or State funds file with the Department with respect to this provision. If any other funds have been or will be paid to any person in connection with any of the covered actions specified in this provision, the Provider shall complete and submit a “Disclosure of Lobbying Activities” form available at: xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/forms-library/disclosure-lobbying-activities. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE. By signing this Agreement, the Provider certifies that it shall provide a drug-free workplace by: publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the Provider’s workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violation of such prohibition; establishing a drug-free awareness program to inform employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, the Provider’s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace, available drug counseling and rehabilitation programs, employee assistance programs, and the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations occurring in the workplace; providing a copy of the drug-free workplace statement to each employee to be engaged in the performance of this Agreement; notifying the employees that as a condition of employment under the Agreement the employee will abide by the terms of the statement and notify the employer of any criminal drug conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five days after such conviction. The Provider shall notify the state agency within ten days after receiving notice of criminal drug convictions occurring in the workplace from an employee, or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction, and will take one of the following actions wit...
Lobby. Screen the cafeteria from the Lobby with a drywall partition, such work to be completed by 6/30/13. EXHIBIT F TENANT WORK LETTER This Exhibit F (the “Tenant Work Letter”) sets forth the rights and obligations of Landlord and Tenant with respect to space planning, engineering, final workshop drawings, and the construction and installation of Tenant’s desired improvements to the Leased Premises (including Tenant’s Work) to be completed before the Term Commencement Date (the “Tenant Improvements”). This Tenant Work Letter contemplates that the performance of the Tenant Improvements will proceed in four (4) stages in accordance with the following schedule: (i) preparation of a space plan; (ii) final design and engineering and preparation of final plans and working drawings; (iii) submission and approval of plans by appropriate governmental authorities; and (iv) construction and installation of the Tenant Improvements by the Term Commencement Date. In consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter contained, Landlord and Tenant do mutually agree to the following: