Mitigation Payments Sample Clauses

Mitigation Payments. (a) Following the Trust Acquisition Date, in order to mitigate the Impacts resulting from the Project, to fund certain police, fire protection, emergency medical and other services to be provided for the Project by the City, and as payments in lieu of taxes against all property (real and personal) and all activity that would otherwise be taxable by the City if the Subject Property were not acquired in trust, and as consideration for the City’s assistance and support of the Project as contemplated in this Agreement, the Tribe shall pay to the City the amounts set forth below for the applicable periods (the “Mitigation Payments”):
Mitigation Payments. The Parties will seek to recoup any costs of mitigating a Project Impact from the insurance outlined in this MOU. The County and the Harbor shall, in a timely manner, fully cooperate with the Renewal Corporation, and its contractors, subcontractors, consultants and representatives, to submit such claims, documentation or other information as may be required to any one or more insurance carriers responding to such claim. Provided that the County and the Harbor shall, in a timely manner, fully cooperate with the Renewal Corporation, and its contractors, subcontractors, consultants and representatives, in the submission of such claims, documentation and other information as may be required by any one or more insurance carriers, if such claim or claims are denied, in whole or in part, by the insurance carriers, then the Renewal Corporation shall bear the cost of mitigating a Project Impact (or portion thereof) that is not covered by insurance.
Mitigation Payments. The Tribe recognizes that as a direct result of the Project, the City of Monroe will, and surrounding governmental entities may, experience increased demands on resources and infrastructure. In order to mitigate potential negative impacts upon the resources and infrastructure of the City of Monroe, and other surrounding governmental entities, the Tribe agrees that it shall compensate the City of Monroe in an amount equal to 2.0% of the Tribe’s Net Revenues as defined in this agreement from the gaming facility, subject to the conditions set forth in sub-paragraph B of this Paragraph 1, commencing at such time as all Legal Requirements are met and the operation is open for business. At such time the Advisory Committee completes the funding of all necessary services, projects, and activities impacted by the Project as set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement and subject to the adjustment to the Mitigation Payment as provided for in sub-paragraph B of this Paragraph 1, Monroe shall, in turn, distribute any remaining portion of the net proceeds that Monroe acquires from the Tribe pursuant to this Agreement as follows:
Mitigation Payments. Developer shall make economic mitigation payments (“Mitigation Payments”) to the County as provided below:
Mitigation Payments. Stapleton or the Except as set forth in paragraph 4.4.2, the New Airport shall make annual mitigation payments as set forth in paragraph 4.4.1 for all real property in Adams County owned in fee simple by Denver for airport purposes, to Adams County, or to any incorporated city within which the property such real property is located, and to the applicable school district. The mitigation payments shall be made to compensate the applicable jurisdiction for the fact that property will be owned for airport purposes, but will not produce revenue for the jurisdiction so long as it is held by Stapleton or the New Airport.

Related to Mitigation Payments

  • Termination Payments In the event of termination of the Executive’s employment during the Employment Period, all compensation and benefits set forth in this Agreement shall terminate except as specifically provided in this Section 8.

  • Separation Payments Following Executive’s separation from service with Company on or after his Vesting Date (as defined in Section 7), Company shall pay to Executive the sum of THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED SEVEN and 04/100 Dollars ($34,207.04) per month, beginning six months and one week after Executive’s date of separation for a period of ten (10) years, or until Executive’s death, whichever first occurs (the “Separation Payments”). Such payments shall be subject to any and all applicable withholding, Social Security, employment, income and other taxes or assessments, if any, under the applicable tax law. If Executive should die during the ten-year period during which payments are being made under this Paragraph 3, then those payments shall terminate and future payments, if any, shall be made to Executive’s designated beneficiary(ies) or Executive’s estate in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 4 of this Agreement.

  • Retention Payments (a) In the event that Executive is employed by the Company on January 1, 2002, Executive shall be entitled to a lump sum cash retention payment equal to 150% of the sum of (i) Executive's Base Salary and (ii) Executive's target annual bonus, each as in effect for the 2001 fiscal year (such sum, the "2002 Retention Bonus").

  • Termination Payment (i) The “Termination Payment” shall be an amount equal to (A) the Executive’s annual base salary immediately prior to the termination of the Executive’s employment plus (B) the Executive’s target annual bonus under the Company’s Senior Management Bonus Plan for the year in which the termination of the Executive’s employment occurs. The Termination Payment shall be paid to the Executive in cash equivalent on the first day of the seventh (7th) month following the month in which the Separation from Service occurs, and in such event, the Termination Payment shall be accompanied by a payment of interest calculated using the annual rate of interest announced by the Federal Reserve Board (or any successor thereto) from time to time as the “federal funds rate”, such rate to be determined on the date of the Executive’s termination of employment, compounded quarterly. Such lump sum payment shall not be reduced by any present value or similar factor, and the Executive shall not be required to mitigate the amount of the Termination Payment by securing other employment or otherwise, nor will such Termination Payment be reduced by reason of the Executive securing other employment or for any other reason. The Termination Payment shall be in lieu of, and acceptance by the Executive of the Termination Payment shall constitute the Executive’s release of any rights of the Executive to, any other cash severance payments under any Company severance policy, practice or agreement.

  • Compensation & Payment 8.4.1. Should the claim be found proven; settlement is executed only in the form of compensation payment added to the Client trade account.

  • Indemnification Payments The indemnification required by Sections 6.1 and Section 6.2 shall be made by periodic payments of the amount thereof during the course of the investigation or defense, as and when bills are received or expense, loss, damage or liability is incurred.

  • Separation Payment An ASF Member shall be compensated at the final rate of pay for all unused, accumulated vacation, leave time upon separation from state service, or movement to a vacation ineligible position. An employee on an unpaid leave of absence of more than one (1) year for a purpose other than accepting an unclassified position in state civil service, or an employee on layoff that results in separation from service, may elect to be compensated at the final rate of pay for unused accumulated vacation leave. This accumulated vacation payout shall not exceed two hundred and seventy-five (275) hours, except in the case of the ASF Member's death. Calculation of an ASF Member's hourly rate for purposes of computing vacation separation payment shall be based upon a base of two thousand eighty-eight (2,088) working hours per year. Appointment periods of less than one

  • Taxes on Payments (a) All payments pursuant to this Agreement shall be made free and clear of and without any deduction or withholding for or on account of any present and future taxes, assessments or governmental charges imposed by the United States, or any political subdivision or taxing authority thereof or therein, excluding taxes imposed on its net income, branch profit taxes and franchise taxes (all such non-excluded taxes being hereinafter called “Taxes”), except as expressly provided in this Section 8.04. If any Taxes are imposed and required by law to be deducted or withheld from any amount payable to any Lender, then the Borrower shall (i) increase the amount of such payment so that such Lender will receive a net amount (after deduction of all Taxes) equal to the amount due hereunder, (ii) pay such Taxes to the appropriate taxing authority for the account of such Lender, and (iii) as promptly as possible thereafter, send such Lender evidence of original or certified receipt showing payment thereof, together with such additional documentary evidence as such Lender may from time to time require. If the Borrower fails to perform its obligations under (ii) or (iii) above, the Borrower shall indemnify such Lender for any incremental taxes, interest or penalties that may become payable as a result of any such failure; provided, however, that the Borrower will not be required to make any payment to any Lender under this Section 8.04 if withholding is required in respect of such Lender by reason of such Lender’s inability or failure to furnish under subsection (c) an extension or renewal of a Form W-8ECI or Form W-8BEN (or successor form), as applicable, unless such inability results from an amendment to or a change in any applicable law or regulation or in the interpretation thereof by any regulatory authority (including without limitation any change in an applicable tax treaty), which amendment or change becomes effective after the date hereof.

  • Tax Treatment of Swap Payments and Swap Termination Payments For federal income tax purposes, each holder of a Floating Rate Certificate is deemed to own an undivided beneficial ownership interest in a REMIC regular interest and the right to receive payments from either the Net WAC Rate Carryover Reserve Account or the Swap Account in respect of the Net WAC Rate Carryover Amount or the obligation to make payments to the Swap Account. For federal income tax purposes, the Trust Administrator will account for payments to each Floating Rate Certificates as follows: each Floating Rate Certificate will be treated as receiving their entire payment from REMIC III (regardless of any Swap Termination Payment or obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement) and subsequently paying their portion of any Swap Termination Payment in respect of each such Class’ obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement. In the event that any such Class is resecuritized in a REMIC, the obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement to pay any such Swap Termination Payment (or any shortfall in Swap Provider Fee), will be made by one or more of the REMIC Regular Interests issued by the resecuritization REMIC subsequent to such REMIC Regular Interest receiving its full payment from any such Floating Rate Certificate. The REMIC regular interest corresponding to a Floating Rate Certificate will be entitled to receive interest and principal payments at the times and in the amounts equal to those made on the certificate to which it corresponds, except that (i) the maximum interest rate of that REMIC regular interest will equal the Net WAC Pass-Through Rate computed for this purpose by limiting the Swap Notional Amount of the Interest Rate Swap Agreement to the aggregate Stated Principal Balance of the Mortgage Loans and (ii) any Swap Termination Payment will be treated as being payable solely from Net Monthly Excess Cashflow. As a result of the foregoing, the amount of distributions and taxable income on the REMIC regular interest corresponding to a Floating Rate Certificate may exceed the actual amount of distributions on the Floating Rate Certificate.

  • Reimbursement Payments The following rules shall apply to payments of any amounts under this Agreement that are treated as “reimbursement payments” under Section 409A, including, but not limited to, any payments provided under Section 4.3: (i) the amount of expenses eligible for reimbursement in one calendar year shall not limit the available reimbursements for any other calendar year; (ii) Executive shall file a claim for all reimbursement payments not later than thirty (30) days following the end of the calendar year during which the expenses were incurred, (iii) the Company shall make such reimbursement payments within thirty (30) days following the date Executive delivers written notice of the expenses to the Company; and (iv) Executive’s right to such reimbursement payments shall not be subject to liquidation or exchange for any other payment or benefit.