Nuisance Control Sample Clauses

Nuisance Control. 1. Biological control of algae and mosquitoes is preferred over chemical control. Consultation with local WDNR officials is recommended prior to the introduction of any biological control.
Nuisance Control. The right is reserved by the SFD and law enforcement to lower the volume of the event, or the music at the event. Renter will be held responsible for the conduct of all guests and will be liable for any damages to the premises or its contents, including but not limited to the tables, chairs, fixtures or equipment, with the exception of the break down due to normal wear and tear. Standing on chairs or sitting or/standing on tables is prohibited. Unruly or abusive behavior will not be tolerated or violators will be asked to leave or will be escorted off the premises if necessary. This is to ensure the safety of all guests and to protect the premises. An SFD representative will be checking in periodically to verify that the rules and regulations are being followed. The SFD has the final authority of your guests.
Nuisance Control. Standing water or soggy conditions can create a nuisance for nearby residents. Odors, mosquitoes, and litter are all occasionally perceived to be problems, and can be a sign that regular inspections and maintenance are not being performed. Owner/developer is responsible for mosquito control.
Nuisance Control. Contractor shall ensure that operations at each Transfer Station are conducted in such a way as to not create unnecessary nuisances that might be in direct conflict with any mitigation measures applicable to such Transfer Station through applicable California Environmental Quality Act environmental review documentation.
Nuisance Control 

Related to Nuisance Control

  • Nuisances Tenant shall not perform any acts or carry on any practice which may injure the demised premises or be a nuisance or menace to other tenants in the Shopping Center.

  • Nuisance Company will not commit any nuisance, waste, or injury on the Airport and will not do or permit to be done anything that may result in the creation, commission or maintenance of such nuisance, waste, or injury.

  • Noise The Hirer shall ensure that the minimum of noise is made on arrival and departure, particularly late at night and early in the morning. The Hirer shall, if using sound amplification equipment, make use of any noise limitation device provided at the premises and comply with any other licensing condition for the premises.

  • Emergencies 10.3.1 In any emergency affecting the safety of persons or property, the Contractor shall act to prevent threatened damage, injury or loss. Any additional compensation or extension of time claimed by the Contractor on account of emergency work shall be determined as provided in Article 12 for Changes in the Work.

  • Act of God Days When the Schools are closed to students due to an Act of God, employees in the food service shall not be required to report to their job assignments and shall be paid for the first two and a half (2.5) occurrences. When school delays become school cancellations, Food Service employees will be paid their hourly rate for the time they are at work. Should the Employer extend the School year in order to meet the requirement under the law for "State Aid," the employees shall be expected to work the additional rescheduled student instruction days without additional pay for the first two (2) days.

  • Emergency Situations If the condition is an emergency, this will be communicated to the Contractor with the request that corrections are to be accomplished immediately. The Contractor shall respond to the notice in emergency situations within twenty-four hours. If the Contractor fails to respond within this time limit, the Owner may correct the defect and charge the Contractor for the Work. If it is determined the complaint is not the responsibility of the Contractor, the Contractor shall be promptly paid for the cost of the corrective work. The Contractor shall give notice in writing to the Owner when corrections have been completed.

  • Uncontrollable Forces 12.1 Section 14.1 of the CAISO Tariff shall be incorporated by reference into this Agreement except that all references in Section 14.1 of the CAISO Tariff to Market Participants shall be read as a reference to the Scheduling Coordinator and references to the CAISO Tariff shall be read as references to this Agreement.

  • No Nuisance Tenant shall not use the Premises for or carry on or permit within the Center or any part thereof any offensive, noisy or dangerous trade, business, manufacture, occupation, odor or fumes, or any nuisance or anything against public policy, nor interfere with the rights or business of Landlord in the Building or the Center, nor commit or allow to be committed any waste in, on or about the Center. Tenant shall not do or permit anything to be done in or about the Center, nor bring nor keep anything therein, which will in any way cause the Center or any portion thereof to be uninsurable with respect to the insurance required by this Lease or with respect to standard fire and extended coverage insurance with vandalism, malicious mischief and riot endorsements.

  • Emergency Manager An Emergency Manager appointed under Local Financial Stability and Choice Act is authorized to reject, modify, or terminate this Agreement as provided in the Local Financial Stability and Choice Act, 2012 Public Act 436.

  • Inclement Weather 4:1 Employees who report for work on a workday or for prearranged work on a workday and are unable to work in the field because of inclement weather, heat or other causes, shall be paid for actual time worked, if any, but not less than two (2) hours at straight-time rates. Employees receiving subsistence as provided for in Section 5:2 shall continue to receive subsistence in addition to the amount provided for under this Section.