Planning Process Sample Clauses

Planning Process. Each year by November 30, the Trustees shall give notice of a Meeting of Residents in order to review the proposed budget and the use of the Funds Available for the next fiscal year. The notice of the meeting shall be given in the manner set out in Article 8.4. The Trustees shall make available for review at least thirty (30) days before the meeting:
Planning Process. Unless specifically waived by the State Board, the Charter School shall comply with all requirements of state law for a goal setting and planning process, including, without limitation, the establishment of annual goals and objectives, the establishment of a Unified Improvement Plan (UIP), the creation and involvement of an accountability committee, and publication of an annual report to the public to be presented at a District School Board meeting. The Charter School’s accountability committee (“SAC”) shall report to the District’s Accountability Committee (“DAC”) to the same extent and in the same format as other District schools.
Planning Process. City and NRD agree to cooperate to facilitate exchanges of land or transfer of NRD trails and trail corridor to City that may be advantageous to preserve and improve trails and ensure future planned trails are possible. Once transfers of trail corridor property to City, City shall utilize its personnel and expertise to make judgments as to desirable urban development patterns and standards and specification for roadway and utility development, as well as work on successful negotiations with developers and landowners that City may already have worked with in the past. Control of the land by City shall ensure that the trails are protected and the public interest is served in the development process.
Planning Process. The Parties and Wildlife Agencies intend that this Agreement will fulfill the NCCPA requirements pertaining to planning agreements and will establish a mutually agreeable process for preparing the NCCP/HCP that fulfills the requirements of the NCCPA and FESA. The terms of this Agreement will be construed in a manner consistent with this intent.
Planning Process. The Parties intend that this Agreement will fulfill the NCCPA requirements pertaining to planning agreements and will establish a mutually agreeable process for preparing a Plan that fulfills the requirements of the NCCPA and FESA.
Planning Process. The corresponding Board of Directors shall discuss and approve the annual business plans and budgets of the Chilean Joint Venture Entities. However, considering the substantial interest to be held by Citigroup in the Chilean Joint Venture Entities and the experience it can contribute, the Parties shall follow the following procedure with respect to the annual business plan and budget: (i) The fiscal and corporate year of the Chilean Joint Venture Entities shall coincide with the calendar year. (ii) An integrated planning process and a budget and annual plan review process shall be established, prepared by the management of the Chilean Joint Venture Entities and approved by their corresponding Board of Directors, starting with the Board of Directors of LQIF, which will recommend the strategic guidelines and directions for the other Chilean Joint Venture Entities. (iii) The budget and annual business plans shall include all necessary detail including, but not limited to, the individual budgets for each line of business, plans for the opening and closing of branches or other points of sale, expense details, assumptions and strategy, and shall be submitted for its approval at the latest in November of every year with respect to the following year. (iv) At the middle of the fiscal year, the approved budget and approved plans shall be reviewed and ratified or rectified by the Board of Directors of the corresponding Chilean Joint Venture Entity. In the event of an adverse deviation exceeding 20% of the expected earnings, income or expenses, any of the Parties may request that corrective plans and programs aimed to remedy the adverse deviation be submitted to the Board of Directors of the corresponding Chilean Joint Venture Entity for approval.
Planning Process a) Tenant shall select an architect (“Tenant’s Architect”) for the preparation of Tenant’s plans. Tenant’s Architect shall be licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and subject to Landlord’s prior written approval, not to be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned. Landlord hereby approves Visnick & Caulfield as Tenant’s Architect. Tenant shall direct Tenant’s Architect in the preparation of Tenant’s plans, and Landlord shall have no direct relationship with Tenant’s Architect and no responsibility for the timing, manner or content of the production of Tenant’s plans, all of which shall be Tenant’s sole responsibility. Landlord shall, at Tenant’s direction, enter into a contract with Tenant’s Architect for the preparation of Tenant’s plans, but Tenant acknowledges that the sole purpose of Landlord entering into such a contract on Tenant’s behalf is to facilitate use of the Special Allowance (as hereinafter defined) to pay the fees of Tenant’s Architect (“Tenant’s Architect’s Fees”).(b) Tenant shall, on or before the dates set forth in Exhibit B-2, submit to Landlord for Landlord’s approval an initial set of plans (“Initial Plans”), progress plans from time to time (“Interim Plans”) and a full set of construction drawings (“Final Plans”) for Tenant Improvement Work (collectivelythe Plans”). The Plans shall contain at least the information required by, and shall conform to the requirements of, Exhibit B-1.
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Training Program It is agreed that there shall be an Apprenticeship Training Program, the provisions of which are set forth in Exhibit “D”, which is attached hereto and forms part of this Agreement.