PUBLIC FACILITIES. Transportation facilities for the Project will be provided through S.R. 54 and S.R. 00, Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx and Xxxxxxxxx Drive, subject to the provisions of this Restated D.A. (2011). Potable water and wastewater services for the Project are available through the COUNTY'S existing water and sewer lines along S.R. 54 at the Project entrance and through existing water and sewer lines in the Meadow Pointe subdivision, subject to the Utilities Service Agreement with the COUNTY. Disposal services for the Project are available through existing licensed collectors and the COUNTY'S Solid Waste Disposal and Resource Recovery System. All drainage improvements necessary to serve the Project will be provided by the DEVELOPER in accordance with the terms and conditions of the COUNTY'S approved construction plans and satisfaction of all State and Federal regulations.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. As of the Effective Date, Developer has conducted an extensive analysis of the Public Facilities available to serve the proposed development. In the event that the Existing Zoning and/or Comprehensive plan require Developer to provide Public Facilities to address any deficiencies in required levels of service occasioned by future development on Block 5 East, Developer shall provide such Public Facilities consistent with the timing requirements of s. 163.3180(2)(a), (b), and (c), Florida Statutes (2013), or as otherwise required by Chapter 13 of the City Code, if applicable. Developer shall be bound by the City impact fees and assessments in existence as of the Effective Date of this Agreement.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. The following public facilities will serve the Project: Public Sewer and Public Water.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, adequate transportation facilities for the Project will be provided through the Dedications and Roadway Improvements described herein and other roadway improvements in the County’s Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and Capital Improvement Element (CIE). This Agreement does not specifically address other public facilities, such as transit, water, wastewater, solid waste, drainage, parks, schools, fire/EMS, libraries and law enforcement; however, such public facilities shall be addressed for the Project in accordance with the MPUD Conditions of Approval, the County’s concurrency management system, the County’s CIP and CIE, applicable impact fee ordinances, and applicable provisions of the County’s Comprehensive Plan and land development regulations (collectively referred to herein as “County Regulations”).
PUBLIC FACILITIES. Major capital improvements, including, but not limited to, transportation, sanitary sewer, solid waste, drainage, potable water, educational, parks and recreational, and health systems and facilities. (2005-426, s. 9(a).) § 160A-400.22. Local governments authorized to enter into development agreements; approval of governing body required. A local government may establish procedures and requirements, as provided in this Part, to consider and enter into development agreements with developers. A development agreement must be approved by the governing body of a local government by ordinance. (2005-426, s. 9(a).)
PUBLIC FACILITIES. Transportation activities upon County roadways for the Project are governed by the terms and conditions of the Master Mining Plan. There are no other public facilities that service the Project.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. The Petitioner shall dedicate land and right-of-way for public uses and facilities necessary and required to serve the Property or required as a result of the development of the Property as determined by the City, in its sole discretion, including, but not limited to, sanitary and storm sewers, drainage ways and facilities, utilities, streets, roadways, trail systems, parks and open space. The Petitioner at its expense shall construct and install all on-site and off-site improvements necessary and required to serve the Property or required as a result of the development of the Property as determined by the City, in its sole discretion, including, but not limited to, streets, street lights, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, bridges, traffic control devices, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, drainage and channel improvements and facilities, but excluding public buildings such as fire stations. All such improvements shall meet and comply with applicable City Ordinances in effect at the time of installation of such improvements.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. Please use the restrooms designated by the Property Management Office. The General Contractor shall be responsible for cleaning and maintaining restroom designated by Property Management. Contractor and its employees shall not litter or abuse the restrooms. If it is determined by the Property Manager that the Contractor is not utilizing the building restrooms in the manner intended, or that the restrooms are being abused, the Contractor will be required to provide outdoor portable toilet facilities in a location determined by the Property Manager, and maintain same at the Contractor’s sole expense. Contractor and its employees are not to congregate or eat in public lobbies, corridors or at the front entrance of the building. No eating or open containers are allowed in the elevators, public hallways or in any carpeted area in the building. No alcohol is permitted on the premises at any time. Radios are allowed only with in the construction area but must be kept at a reasonable level or at landlord’s sole discretion may be prohibited from the job site.
PUBLIC FACILITIES. (a) Solid waste collection services are available to serve the demands generated by the Property and will be provided as it is to any other owner of land within the City and will be available concurrent with the impacts of the development of the Property.