Metro Sample Clauses

Metro. Divides country into sixty (60) zones; Subscriber may select any one (1) zone.
Metro. Mileage expenses shall be paid to a Teacher for authorized transportation necessary between schools or on business approved by the principal or a supervisory officer. NORTH YORK Mileage expenses incurred on official Board business with the approval of the appropriate Assistant Superintendent of Schools shall be paid at the rate approved by the Board.
Metro. Gov't of Nashville & Davidson Cty., No. M201700190COAR3CV, 2018 WL 527104, at *8–10 (Tenn. Ct. App. Jan. 23, 2018), appeal denied, not for citation (June 12, 2018) AIRBNB AS A COMMERCIAL USE IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT This court limits its determination, as did the Board, to this particular property, without considering the still-heavily disputed allegations as to the custom and practice throughout Hull raised as an issue in this and the related case. The issues remaining in this case are indicative of the tensions in Hull and other municipalities between property owners utilizing shared hotel and accommodation applications, such as Airbnb, HomeAway, or, in this particular case, Vacation Rental By Owner (VRBO), and their neighbors, town, zoning boards, and others concerned with short-term rentals in residential zoning districts. Here, the Board determined that Plaintiff is essentially operating a commercial enterprise in a single-family residential zone and further determined Plaintiff's weekly rental use is inconsistent with the purpose of a single-family residence district, even if the use of Locus is grandfathered as a lawful, pre-existing two-family dwelling. While this court does not adopt all of the Board's analysis, this court must uphold the Board's decision if it determines, which this court does, that the Board's ultimate conclusion is supported by the facts presented on this summary judgment record. This court finds the Board's Decision was not arbitrary, capricious, whimsical or unreasonable and should be affirmed. *6 Accordingly, Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment is DENIED, and Summary Judgment is GRANTED to Defendants. The Decision to uphold the Commissioner's issuance of a Violation Notice is AFFIRMED. The Board's request for injunctive relief is GRANTED to the extent Plaintiff may not rent the second dwelling unit at Locus for weekly periods. The court declines to set any minimum rental period, as that question is beyond the scope of this summary judgment motion, and the court did not agree with the Board's analysis that the Bylaw inferentially mandates a minimum rental period of thirty days by incorporating the definition of the wordtransient” from the Building Code. Xxxxx x. Xxxxx, No. 13 MISC 480974 (KFS), 2017 WL 2257702, at *5–6 (Mass. Land Ct. May 23, 2017) AIRBNB AND ZONING ORDINANCE INTERPRETATION AirBnB has expanded the possible uses of a single-family dwelling, and the Township can address these new uses in the Zoning Ordinan...
Metro. Xxxxxxx-Xxxxx Inc. (the "Company") presently maintains the Stock Incentive Plan pursuant to which Employee has heretofore been granted an aggregate of 26,000 Employee Stock Options (the "Existing Options"). Upon the execution hereof, management agrees to recommend to the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company (the "Committee") that all the Existing Options be converted to Executive Stock Options (Series A) and that Employee be granted an additional 61,292 Executive Stock Options (the "Additional Options"), allocated equally between Series A and Series B.
Metro. A responsibility allowance shall be paid to each Program Leader. The amount of this allowance shall be per year. If any excess funds remain in after the payment of responsibility allowances as set out above, such funds may be used for other purposes, excluding salary purposes, which may be mutually agreed upon by the Board and the Branch Affiliates, provided that the total amount paid for such purposes does not exceed the sum calculated in NORTH YORK The following Responsibility Allowances shall be in effect for the school years and and shall be based on the rates as set out below: Convener School Co-ordinating Chairperson Major Chairperson Minor Chairperson Asst. Chairperson SCARBOROUGH The amount of the Chairpersons allowance shall be per year. The use of the above will not have the effect of having Teachers who were Major Chairpersons during the school year paid on the basis of a lower allowance than their classification as of June TORONTO

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