Open to the Public Sample Clauses

Open to the Public a term used to describe campus events that anyone may attend, including individuals who are not University of California faculty, staff, or students. Registered Student Organization: Registered student organizations, sponsored campus organizations, and affiliated campus organizations as further defined in the Berkeley Campus Regulations Implementing University Policies. Supervision: Direct, on-site responsibility for an event. University Property: Any building or outdoor facility owned or leased by The Regents of the University of California on behalf of its Berkeley campus. Related Documents and Policies Berkeley Campus Regulations Implementing University Policies: xxxx:// University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations and Students (PACAOS): xxxx:// Appendix A: UC Berkeley Event Risk Grid STUDENT EVENT WORKSHEET DESCRIPTION OF EVENT Please fully describe the event. When is the event? Where will the event be held? NUMBER OF ATTENDEES (Participants & Spectators) Over 1,000 500-1000 301-500 300 and under UCPD - Security Assessment X X X Insurance (depending on nature of event) X X X X Waiver forms for participants? X X X X TYPE OF ATTENDEES Open to the Public Students and Invitees College Students Only UCB Students Only Invited Guest List UCPD - Security Assessment X X X Insurance (depending on nature of event) X X X X X ALCOHOL AT EVENT Yes, and It's Free Yes, for a Price None Certificate of Insurance X X UCPD - Alcohol Permit X X ABC - PERMIT X EVENT TIME Goes Past Midnight / Overnight Stay Over by Midnight Over by 11pm Over by 10pm Held during Daylight Hours UCPD - Security Assessment X X X 40706434.1 EVENT LOCATION Off-Campus Location Other Campus Location Central Campus or Residence Hall General Assignment Classroom Insurance (depending on nature of event) If the location requires X X X MARKETING/ PROMOTION Social Media/Open to Public Social Media /Closed Group Closed Group Word of Mouth No Promotion UCPD - Security Assessment X Insurance (depending on nature of event) X PRICE Free, More than 300 Attendees $1 to $10 $11 to $24 $25 or More Free, Closed Group Under 300 Attendees Cash handling precautions X X X CELEBRITY/ PUBLIC FIGURE Yes, a Nationally Recognized Personality/ Performer Yes, a Local Personality/ Performer No UCPD - Security Assessment X X Insurance- required X X MINORS Kindergarten- 5th Grade Sixth-Eighth Gra...
Open to the Public. Unless otherwise specifically provided for in the Agreement, and in compliance with applicable statutes, rules, and applicable WACs and manuals, facilities must be open and accessible to the general public, and must:
Open to the Public. The Parks, Trails and Open Space will be open to, and for the use of, the public.
Open to the Public. All services and programs rendered by City that are funded by County funds shall be open to the general public.
Open to the Public. Following completion of construction of the Museum Building, the Museum will be open to the general public and will operate in compliance with the Park District Aquarium and Museum Act, 70 ILCS 1290/1, et seq. (the “Museum Act”), and the duly adopted rules and procedures of the Park District applicable to all museums located on Park District property. The Park District will retain police control over the entire Project Area under its jurisdiction, including the Museum Site.
Open to the Public. 1. All meetings under the Civic Center Act shall be open to the general public.
Open to the Public. The Arena will be open to the public on a schedule set by the County. The schedule will be posted on the County website ( under Parks, but is subject to change in the event a group or organization reserves the arena. Individuals will use the arena at their own risk per Colorado Revised Statute 00-00-000.

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  • Notification to the Union The Employer will notify the JHSC and union in writing of all incidents related to violence within 4 days. For critical injuries the employer will notify the JHSC and the union immediately and in writing within 48 hours. Such notices will contain all of the information as prescribed in section 5 of the health care regulation.

  • Statements to the Purchaser Not later than the 10th calendar day of each month (or, if such 10th day is not a Business Day, the following Business Day), the Servicer shall forward to the Purchaser in hard copy and electronic format mutually acceptable to the Purchaser and the Seller, a statement, substantially in the form of Exhibit 9 and certified by a Servicing Officer, setting forth (a) the amount of the distribution made on such Remittance Date which is allocable to principal and allocable to interest; (b) the amount of servicing compensation received by the Servicer during the prior calendar month; (c) the aggregate Stated Principal Balance and the aggregate unpaid principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the last day of the preceding month; and (d) the paid through date for each Mortgage Loan. Such statement shall also include information regarding delinquencies on Mortgage Loans, indicating the number and aggregate principal amount of Mortgage Loans which are either one (1), two (2) or three (3) or more months delinquent and the book value of any REO Property. The Servicer shall submit to the Purchaser monthly a liquidation report with respect to each Mortgaged Property sold in a foreclosure sale as of the related Record Date and not previously reported. Such liquidation report shall be incorporated into the remittance report delivered to Purchaser in the form of Exhibit 9 hereto. The Servicer shall furnish to the Purchaser an individual loan accounting report in hard copy and electronic format mutually acceptable to the Purchaser and the Seller, as of the last Business Day of each month, in the Purchaser's assigned loan number order (provided that such loan numbers previously have been provided in writing by the Purchaser to the Servicer) to document Mortgage Loan payment activity on an individual Mortgage Loan basis. With respect to each month, the corresponding individual loan accounting report shall be received by the Purchaser no later than the fifth Business Day of the following month, which report shall contain the following:

  • Information to the Union 9.01 The Employer will forward to the Secretary of the Union at least once a month, the name, address and telephone number of all newly-hired employees who will be included in the bargaining unit. The Employer further agrees to inform the Union of the name of any employee in the bargaining unit leaving the employ of the Employer.

  • Offer and Sale to the Public The Offering of Securities is made subject to the conditions referred to the prospectus or offering circular relating to the Offering and to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. With respect to any Offering of Securities, we will inform you by a Written Communication of the public offering price, the selling concession, the reallowance (if any) to dealers and the time when you may commence selling Securities to the public. After such public offering has commenced, we may change the public offering price, the selling concession and the reallowance to dealers. The offering price, selling concession and reallowance (if any) to dealers at any time in effect with respect to an Offering are hereinafter referred to, respectively, as the "Public Offering Price", the "Concession" and the "Reallowance". With respect to each Offering of Securities, until the provisions of this Section 3(c) shall be terminated pursuant to Section 4 hereof, you agree to offer Securities to the public only at the Public Offering Price, except that if a Reallowance is in effect, a Reallowance from the Public Offering Price not in excess of such Reallowance may be allowed as consideration for services rendered in distribution to dealers who are actually engaged in the investment banking or securities business who are either members in good standing of the NASD who agree to abide by the applicable rules of the NASD (see Section 3(e) below) or foreign banks, dealers or institutions not eligible for membership in the NASD who represent to you that they will promptly reoffer such Securities at the Public Offering Price and will abide by the conditions with respect to foreign banks, dealers and institutions set forth in Section 3(e) hereof.

  • Current Report on Form 8-K The Company shall, on the date hereof, retain its independent registered public accounting firm to audit the balance sheet of the Company as of the Closing Date (the “Audited Balance Sheet”) reflecting the receipt by the Company of the proceeds of the Offering on the Closing Date. As soon as the Audited Balance Sheet becomes available, the Company shall promptly, but not later than four business days after the Closing Date, file a Current Report on Form 8-K with the Commission, which Current Report shall contain the Company’s Audited Balance Sheet. Additionally, upon the Company’s receipt of the proceeds from the exercise of all or any portion of the option provided for in Section 2(b) hereof, the Company shall promptly, but not later than four business days after the receipt of such proceeds, file a Current Report on Form 8-K with the Commission, which report shall disclose the Company’s sale of the Option Units and its receipt of the proceeds therefrom, unless the receipt of such proceeds are reflected in the Current Report on Form 8-K referenced in the immediately prior sentence.

  • Report Time All bargaining unit members with the exception of paraprofessionals, sign language/educational interpreters, occupational therapy assistants, and physical therapy assistants will arrive ten (10) minutes before the start of the student day. During this time, such bargaining unit members must be in the school building. However, this time may not be assigned by the Principal or other administrator.

  • Form 8-K The Company shall, on the date hereof, retain its independent public accountants to audit the financial statements of the Company as of the Closing Date (the “Audited Financial Statements”) reflecting the receipt by the Company of the proceeds of the Offering and the Private Placement, as well as the proceeds from the exercise of the Over-Allotment if such exercise has occurred on the date of the Prospectus. Within four (4) Business Days of the Closing Date, the Company will file a Current Report on Form 8-K with the Commission, which Report shall contain the Audited Financial Statements.

  • What To Do If You Find A Mistake On Your Statement If you think there is an error on your statement, write to us at the address(es) listed on your statement. In your letter, give us the following information:

  • RELEASE OF GENERAL INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA NASA or Partner may, consistent with Federal law and this Agreement, release general information regarding its own participation in this Agreement as desired. Pursuant to Section 841(d) of the NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017, Public Law 115-10 (the "NTAA"), NASA is obligated to publicly disclose copies of all agreements conducted pursuant to NASA's 51 U.S.C. §20113(e) authority in a searchable format on the NASA website within 60 days after the agreement is signed by the Parties. The Parties acknowledge that a copy of this Agreement will be disclosed, without redactions, in accordance with the NTAA.

  • Consideration to the Company In consideration of the grant of the Option by the Company, the Participant agrees to render faithful and efficient services to the Company or any Subsidiary. Nothing in the Plan or this Agreement shall confer upon the Participant any right to continue in the employ or service of the Company or any Subsidiary or shall interfere with or restrict in any way the rights of the Company and its Subsidiaries, which rights are hereby expressly reserved, to discharge or terminate the services of the Participant at any time for any reason whatsoever, with or without Cause, except to the extent expressly provided otherwise in a written agreement between the Company or a Subsidiary and the Participant.