Xxxxxxxx. Facsimile: 000-000-0000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org With a copy (which shall not constitute notice) to: Wachtell, Lipton, Xxxxx & Xxxx 00 Xxxx 00xx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxx, XX 00000 Attention: Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxx Xxxx X. Xxxxxx Facsimile: 212-403-2000 E-mail: deshapiro @xxxx.xxx / email@example.com and If to Parent or Merger Sub, to: First Horizon National Corporation 000 Xxxxxxx Xxx. 00xx Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, XX 00000 Attention: Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxx III Facsimile: 000-000-0000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org With a copy (which shall not constitute notice) to: Xxxxxxxx & Xxxxxxxx LLP 000 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxx, XX 00000 Attention: H. Xxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx X. Xxxxx Facsimile: 000-000-0000 / 000-000-0000 E-mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Xxxxxxxx. Pacific Xxxx Telephone Company 000 Xxx Xxxxxxxxxx Xx. San Francisco, CA 94105 Dated: PACIFIC XXXX INTERNET SERVICES, INC. /s/ J. XXXXXXX XXXXXX J. Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Pacific Xxxx Internet Services, Inc. 0000 Xxxx Xx. Plano, TX 75075 Dated: 7/3/02 SBC ADVANCED SOLUTIONS, INC. /s/ XXXXXXX X. XXXXX Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxx SBC Advanced Solutions, Inc. 000 Xxxxxxx Xxx Xxxxxxx, XX 00000 Dated: 7/3/02 UTILITY CONSUMERS’ ACTION NETWORK /s/ XXXXXXX XXXXXX Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Utility Consumers’ Action Network 0000 0xx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx X Xxx Xxxxx, XX 00000 Dated: 7/3/02 CONSUMER SERVICES DIVISION /s/ XXXXXX XXXX Xxxxxx Xxxx California Public Utilities Commission 000 Xxx Xxxx Xxxxxx
Xxxxxxxx. Other frame houses of this type are 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, and 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx. Other hipped-roof houses with a projecting bay are made of brick, including 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx (the Xxxxxx-Xxxxxxxxx House) built in 1899. Other early two-story, three-bay, hipped roof frame houses in the district have not only a projecting bay on the façade, but this bay is semi-hexagonal in shape and has three windows per floor, one on each face of the bay. Typical examples of the type are 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx and 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, both built in the mid-1890s, and 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, built in 1896. TYPE 2 Another early type in the district is a two-bay, two-story house with a hipped roof. Most often built of frame, these dwellings usually have full-width porches, doors with sidelights and/or a transom in one of the first floor bays, and single sash windows in the other three bays. Variations, as with Type 1, most often occur with the details or size of the porch or slight differences in massing. There are four dwellings of this basic type. The house at 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, constructed in 1908, is the premier example of this type. The two- bay, two-story, hipped-roof, frame house has a hipped-roof porch stretching the full width of the façade. The door is located in the south bay of the east-facing façade, while the other three bays have single two- over-two-sash windows. The house at 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, built 1892-98, has the same massing, but is covered in stucco. The only other dwelling of this type is considerably later: 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx was built in 1933.
Xxxxxxxx. EDWAXX X. XXXXXXXX, xxdividually /s/ Jerrx X. Xxxxxx --------------------------------- JERRX X. XXXXXX, xxdividually
Xxxxxxxx. When the above named teachers who reach the age of 55, or 46 in MIP member, and has not less than ten (10) consecutive years of service as a teacher in the Xxxxx Township School District shall have the option to be granted an early retirement supplemental pay incentive.
Xxxxxxxx. The next year, the Marshalls then built a house on the property, next door to the house in which Dorothy had grown up. This pattern of later development continued through the 1970s. The house at 703 Locust Avenue was constructed in 1964 by Mary Ann Wingfield, though the lot had been considered part of the lot with its 19th-century house at 701 Locust Avenue since at least 1907.59 The lot on which the dwelling at 724 Locust Avenue was constructed in 1953 by building contractor Norman E. Stowell and his wife Anna was originally part of the lot constituting 722 Locust, built in 1899. Subsequent subdivisions of land owned by the individual investors after the 1903 distribution of property further shaped the development and current boundaries of the district. Although the area north of Long Street is now understood as a separate neighborhood thanks to the widening of 250 West in the 1950s and 1960s into an obvious infrastructural boundary, earlier subdivisions north of Long Street served to differentiate the area from that south of Long Street. The plot north of Long Street (previously called 1st Street) on the east side of Locust given to Orville Nalle by the LGIC in 1903 was purchased in 1904 by John W. Fishburne and dubbed the Monticello Heights subdivision.60 Combined with a portion of the lot just north of Nalle’s given to W. R. Burnley in 1903, Monticello Heights was subdivided in 1925 into 15 lots between Locust and St. Clair Avenues.61 The character of this subdivision is completely different than that of either of the two earlier LGIC plats. As for the lot on the west side of Locust platted in 1903, W. R. Burnley sold the entire property to John Edward Wilkins the next year.62 After Wilkins gave the lot to his wife, Nannie Estelle Wilkins, she built a house on the property in 1907. Presumably, this house was demolished when the By-pass was constructed in the decades after Nannie Wilkins’s 1947 death.63 Other early subdivisions, developed later and of different architectural stock, define what is now the western edge of the proposed district. Just two months after receiving the property from the LGIC in 1903, R. H. Rawlings sold to Judge J. B. Lyons four lots on the east side of Lexington Avenue, just north of Poplar Street.64 That same month, Orville Nalle sold the entire block of lots north of Poplar Street on the west side of Lexington to Lyons.65 By 1928, the Lyons Place Development Company had formed to build up the property purchased from LGIC mem...
Xxxxxxxx. State of Michigan) ) ss County of Waynx) On the 2nd day of August, 1994, before me personally came Timoxxx Xxxxxxx, xx me known, who, being by me duly sworn, did depose and say that he is a Vice President of MascoTech, Inc., the corporation described in and which executed the above instrument; that he knows the corporate seal of said corporation; that the seal affixed to the said instrument is such corporate seal; that it was so affixed by authority of the Board of Directors of said corporation; and that he signed his name thereto by like authority.