Municipal Sample Clauses

Municipal. The University endorses full participation at this level, and the Employee’s University responsibilities should be rearranged to facilitate this participation; unless, however, the Employee’s municipal responsibility becomes so large, i.e. a mayor, then the principles established for the provincial and federal levels should be applied.
Municipal. The Wellesley municipal drainage system is under the control and jurisdiction of the Department of Public Works (DPW) “to protect the public health, safety, and welfare and the environment and to insure proper and safe operation of the Town of Wellesley municipal stormwater drainage system.”1 All new connections to the system must conform to the Town of Wellesley Department of Public Works, Municipal Stormwater Drainage System Rules and Regulations, Article 3100. Per these regulations, projects subjected to DPW review which proposes either direct or indirect discharges into any public street or any part of the Town’s municipal stormwater system are required to obtain a Private Drain Connection Permit and enter into a Private Drain Connection Agreement with the Town. The DPW Engineering Department is the reviewer of permit applications. As part of the approval process, stormwater discharges from the site are required to meet the following: ➢ Stormwater Quantity Considerations: o Onsite stormwater management best management practices (BMPs) shall be used to infiltrate, disperse, and retain stormwater runoff onsite to the maximum extent practicable. o Permanent drain connection permits with ten year storm peak discharge rates greater than 0.5 cubic feet per second (cfs) require investigations into the effect on the downstream and upstream capacity of the municipal system. The applicant may be required to construct improvements to the system to accommodate a proposed connection. ➢ Stormwater Quality Considerations: o Treatment is required for stormwater to be infiltrated on site as well as stormwater to be discharged to the municipal system. o Onsite stormwater systems are required to incorporate BMPs and management programs to meet the following criteria: ▪ 80% removal of total suspended solids (TSS); ▪ No visible oil or grease sheen, and less than 15 mg/l of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH); ▪ 50% removal of phosphorous;

Related to Municipal

  • Governmental Authorizations means all approvals, concessions, consents, franchises, licenses, permits, plans, registrations and other authorizations of each applicable Authority.

  • Local The Local Association may establish a committee of up to two (2) representatives to meet and confer with the institution Chief Executive Officer or his/her designee(s) at least four (4) times per year for the purpose of discussing policies and matters, other than terms and conditions of employment, of mutual concern or interest. However, in institutions or facilities with more than fifteen (15) employees, the Local Association may have up to four (4) representatives on the committee. Meetings shall be held during normal working hours. The number of Employer representatives shall not exceed the maximum number of Association representatives.

  • Assessments There are no pending or proposed special or other assessments for public improvements or otherwise affecting the Property, nor are there any contemplated improvements to the Property that may result in such special or other assessments.

  • Department The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities or any successor state agency.

  • Government I also assign to or as directed by the Company all my right, title and interest in and to any and all Inventions, full title to which is required to be in the United States by a contract between the Company and the United States or any of its agencies.

  • Public Utilities No Restricted Entity or Affiliate thereof is a "holding company," or a "subsidiary company" of a "holding company," or an "affiliate" of a "holding company" or of a "subsidiary company" of a "holding company," within the meaning of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended. No Restricted Entity or Affiliate thereof is a regulated public utility.

  • Environmental Protection Borrower shall not, and shall not permit any of its Subsidiaries to, directly or indirectly (a) use (or permit any tenant to use) any of their respective Properties or assets for the handling, processing, storage, transportation, or disposal of any Hazardous Material, (b) generate any Hazardous Material in violation of Environmental Laws, (c) conduct any activity that is likely to cause a Release or threatened Release of any Hazardous Material in violation of Environmental Laws, or (d) otherwise conduct any activity or use any of their respective Properties or assets in any manner that is likely to violate any Environmental Law or create any Environmental Liabilities for which Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries would be responsible.

  • Tariffs If either Party is required by any governmental authority to file a tariff or make another similar filing to implement any provision of this Agreement (other than a tariff filed by a Party that generally relates to one or more services provided under this Agreement but not specifically to the other Party), such Party shall take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that such tariff or other filing imposes obligations upon such Party that are as close as possible to those provided in this Agreement and preserves for such other Party the full benefit of the rights otherwise provided in this Agreement. If, subsequent to the effective date of any such tariff, a Party is no longer required to file tariffs with the Commission or the FCC, either generally or for specific services, the Parties agree to modify this Agreement to reflect herein the relevant and consistent terms and conditions of such tariffs as of the date on which the requirement to file such tariffs was lifted. Nothing in this Section 29.2 shall be construed to grant a Party any right to review any tariff filing of the other Party other than as provided under Applicable Law.

  • County The County shall be represented in such bargaining or negotiations by such representatives as the County Executive shall designate.

  • Real Estate Commissions Pursuant to a separate written agreement, Seller has agreed to pay Marcus and Millichap ("Broker") a real estate commission upon consummation of the transaction contemplated by this Agreement. Except for Seller's agreement with Broker, neither Seller nor Purchaser has authorized any broker or finder to act on any party's behalf in connection with the sale and purchase hereunder and neither Seller nor Purchaser has dealt with any broker or finder purporting to act on behalf of any other party. Purchaser agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Seller from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses of any kind or character arising out of or resulting from any agreement, arrangement or understanding alleged to have been made by Purchaser or on Purchaser's behalf with any broker or finder in connection with this Agreement or the transaction contemplated hereby. Seller agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Purchaser from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses of any kind or character arising out of or resulting from any agreement, arrangement or understanding alleged to have been made by Seller or on Seller's behalf with any broker or finder in connection with this Agreement or the transaction contemplated hereby, including Broker. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, this Section 9.2 shall survive the Closing or any earlier termination of this Agreement.