Minneapolis Sample Clauses

Minneapolis. (Eagan), MN Residence Inn - -Franchise Agreement dated June 16, 1999; Amendment No. 1 to Franchise Agreement dated June 16, 1999; Owner Agreement dated June 16, 1999 and Guaranty.
Minneapolis. The organization, “The Way,” mentioned earlier, was exactly what I considered an organization that genuinely represented the pulse of the community. As its Executive Director Syl Davis eloquently wrote in a report stating the organization’s mission, it was not the intent of “The Way” "to walk behind pushing, or ahead pulling" but it was The Way's intent to "walk together progressing.”7 The organization was formed by community members that sought to improve the lives of North Side residents. They did this through a number of programs emphasizing community control of the education system and the police force, and engagement with public officials. While it was in existence, “The Way” created a bridge between city hall and the North Side community. Reading through the organizational records of “The Way” at the Minnesota Historical Society Gale Library was compelling. Not only did “The Way” demonstrate that the black North Side community took part in the Black Freedom Movement, but also that it was influential in causing progressive white residents to rethink their liberalism. Historically, Minneapolis has been viewed as a liberal city compared to other cities with large black populations. The city was viewed as relatively free from the racial prejudice that afflicted urban areas with large black populations during the 1960s. The presence of “The Way” complicated this view. I decided the major focus of my Honors Thesis would be “The Way” and I spent the remainder of my summer frequenting the historical archives at the Minneapolis Central Library and the Minnesota Historical Society. My enthusiasm for this project rests in my belief that history as a field of knowledge and scholarship can be used as a means of unearthing and reclaiming communities neglected by scholars that investigate their larger societies. To tell the story of the black North Side community is to give back to the community the sense of 7 Syl Davis, “The Way Overview,” June 21, 1967, Records of The Way, Inc., Minneapolis 1966-1974, Gale Family Library, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN. determination and resilience that existed there through the organization called “The Way.” Few writers are aware of the positive contributions that blacks have historically made to North Minneapolis. Currently the North Side is characterized by pockets of urban blight, boarded up buildings, high unemployment, and a defeatist attitude that is wide-spread among many residents. Contemporary writers never ...
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Minneapolis. Funds received after such hour shall be deemed to have been received by the Agent on the next Business Day. The Company irrevocably authorizes the Agent to charge the Collateral Account or any other account of the Company (other than escrow or custodial accounts) maintained with the Agent in an amount equal to any such payment or permitted prepayment of principal, interest, fees, expenses and other Obligations then due and payable by the Company to the Lenders or the Agent under this Agreement and the other Loan Documents, as the case may be.

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