Poles Sample Clauses

Poles. CLEC may place (after obtaining an occupancy permit), remove and maintain its pole attachments without the Ameritech Representative present, however, CLEC must notify the ASAC prior to entering any structure.
Poles. The Town may, upon reasonable notice to the Franchisee and without contact charges or rental therefor, attach its fire alarm, police signal wires, traffic control systems, signs, or communication systems for the Town’s own use, to the poles of Franchisee, but at its own risk and expense and only in accordance with the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) and accepted electric utility industry standards. If there is not sufficient space available thereon for said purposes, Franchisee’s structures may be changed, altered, or rearranged at the Town’s expense so as to provide proper clearance for such wires or appurtenant facilities. Such facilities shall be subject to interference by Franchisee only when to the extent necessary for the proper construction, maintenance, operation or repair of Franchisee’s facilities.
Poles. Tubular structures made of steel, concrete, fiber glass or other material, designed to support antennae and other devices required to be raised above ground level, for use in the communications markets in the territory and other as yet unknown applications ("POLES").
Poles. The Contractor shall visually check the alignment and general condition of poles. Check poles for damage, rust, and need of paint. Check for missing or loose hand-hole covers, nut covers, and nuts. Conduct cursory visual inspection of signal caissons, bolts, welds, and attachment hardware. Tighten bolts where necessary. Document and report any deficiencies in the structure and/or hardware to the Owner. When and where the Contractor observes a situation which is deemed critical by the Contractor, and/or poses a safety hazard to the public if not corrected, and when and where the corrective measure requires additional personnel, equipment, and/or materials, the Contractor shall immediately notify the Owner and shall take the required actions to correct, and/or make safe, the situation. In such a case, the Owner shall incur additional charges.
Poles. DPLE will offer the following product types for new pole installations effective January 1, 2012: standard wood, 23' spun aluminum, and 30' spun aluminum. There will be no charge for wood pole installations. The charge for installing 23' spun aluminum poles will be $650, and the charge for installing 30' spun aluminum poles will be $600.
Poles. Company shall not erect any utility poles without the advance ----- written permission of Municipality for the pole(s) in question

Related to Poles

  • Lighting A system of fixtures providing or controlling the light sources used on or near the airport or within the airport buildings. The field lighting includes all luminous signals, markers, floodlights, and illuminating devices used on or near the airport or to aid in the operation of aircraft landing at, taking off from, or taxiing on the airport surface.

  • Toilets Papers, dust, cobwebs, peels, cans/bottles, cigarette butts, excrement on floor, bad smells, water pools, leaking sewage, rodents, animals (dead or alive), overflowing sanitary bins. 0 = NOT APPLICABLE 1 = UNACCEPTABLE (Toilets out of order. Toilets not cleaned on daily basis.) 2 = POOR (Toilets cleaned, but still visible signs of dirt, e.g. dust, cobwebs.) 3 = GOOD (Obvious sign that toilets are cleaned daily.) 4 = EXCELLENT (Extra effort is put in to ensure cleanliness, e.g. using detergents.)

  • Loop A transmission path that extends from a Main Distribution Frame or functionally comparable piece of equipment in a Customer's serving End Office, to the Rate Demarcation Point (or NID if installed at the Rate Demarcation Point) in or at the Customer's premises. The actual transmission facilities used to provide a Loop may utilize any of several technologies.

  • Fences Except for establishment cost incurred by the United States and replacement cost not due to the Landowner's negligence or malfeasance, all other costs involved in maintenance of fences and similar facilities to exclude livestock shall be the responsibility of the Landowner.

  • Sidewalks entrances, passages, elevators, vestibules, stairways, corridors, halls, lobby and any other part of the Building shall not be obstructed or encumbered by any Tenant or used for any purpose other than ingress or egress to and from each tenant’s premises. Landlord shall have the right to control and operate the common portions of the Building and exterior facilities furnished for common use of the tenants (such as the eating, smoking, and parking areas) in such a manner as Landlord deems appropriate.

  • Fittings 3.2.1 Landing gear support structure and attachment fitting

  • Walls 12 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all walls, except drainage headwalls, in Aesthetic 13 Area 3 in accordance with Exhibit L2.24 of the LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these 14 simulations.

  • Elevators Elevators for the use of all tenants and the general public for access to and from all floors of the Building, programming of elevators (including, but not limited to, service elevators), shall be as Landlord from time to time determines best for the Building as a whole.

  • KITCHEN The kitchen is for warming purposes only. It is equipped with commercial freezer and refrigerator, two large microwaves, and deep sinks for clean-up. Please remember that if warm drinks are put in the refrigerator, it may take a long time for the drinks to get cold. The Xxxxxxx Park District does not provide catering.

  • Drainage Systems (1) Clear culvert inlets, outlets, and sediment catching basins.