REC Sample Clauses

REC. FEET TO A POINT OF NON - TANGENCY; THENCE WEST (WEST REC.) A DISTANCE OF 51.84 (41.85 REC.) FEET TO A POINT; THENCE NORTH 05 DEGREES 20 MINUTES 14 SECONDS EAST (NORTH 05 DEGREES 17 MINUTES EAST REC.) A DISTANCE OF 54.50 (61.7 REC.) FEET TO A POINT; THENCE NORTH 34 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 46 SECONDS WEST (NORTH 34 DEGREES 17 MINUTES WEST REC.) A DISTANCE OF 27.64 (26.3 REC.) FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF BREWER HIGHWAY ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN BOOK 2 OF MAPS, PAGE 139 OF THE COCONINO COUNTY RECORDERS OFFICE; THENCE NORTH 58 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST (NORTH 57 DEGREES 28 MINUTES EAST REC.) A DISTANCE OF 48.17 (44.3 REC.) FEET ALONG SAID SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF BREWER HIGHWAY TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF BREWER HIGHWAY, BEING A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHWEST HAVING A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 43 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 43 SECONDS (43 DEGREES 57 MINUTES REC.), chord bearing of North 36 Degrees 16 Minutes 54.5 Seconds East and radius of 176.24 (176.24 rec.) feet, a distance of 134.00 (135.19 rec.) feet along said Southeasterly right-of-way line of Brewer Highway to a point on the North line of said Section 18, THENCE North 89 Degrees 51 Minutes 39 Seconds East a distance of 352.42 feet along said North line of Section 18 to the Southwest corner of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 7; THENCE North 01 Degrees 04 Minutes 02 Seconds (North 01 Degrees 40 Minutes 30 Seconds West rec. ) a distance of 158.79 feet along the West line of said Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 7 to a point ; THENCE South 85 Degrees 17 Minutes 23 Seconds East a distance of 65.58 feet to a point; Our No. 51000321 THENCE South 02 Degrees 32 Minutes 25 Seconds West a distance of 23.84 feet to a point; THENCE North 89 Degrees 16 Minutes 39 Seconds East a distance of 15.50 feet to a point on the East line of said Lot 1 of Block I of the HART’S VILLAGE SUBDIVISION lying North 05 Degrees 45 Minutes 06 Seconds West a distance of 8.20 feet from a 1/2 inch pipe found at the Southwest corner of Lot 10 of said Block I; THENCE South 89 Degrees 48 Minutes 35 Seconds East (South 89 Degrees 22 Minutes East rec.) a distance of 176.73 feet to a point; THENCE North 00 Degrees 11 Minutes 34 Seconds West a distance of 52.03 feet to a point; THENCE North 89 Degrees 51 Minutes 39 Seconds East a distance of 1.50 feet to a point on the center line of Orchard ...
REC. Center only rentals are not allowed when the pool is open (mid-June through early September). Doing so would require the pool patrons to be restricted from utilizing the assets within the Rec. Center, which is not consistent with our HOA guidelines.
REC. IT and all intellectual property therein will not infringe any Intellectual Property Right of any third party.
REC. Hockey League must register online and provide a valid vaccination passport before going into the Arena for their first game. • If a player participates without first registering online their team will be fined $250 per incident and the player will be suspended 5 games no exceptions no excuses. • If it is determined the unregistered individual participated without a legitimate vaccination passport as required by the PHO will be suspended from the league for a minimum of the balance of this season and the next 2 full seasons. NO EXCEPTIONS: • Players Should Register online with their team a minimum of 12 hours before they start to participate in the PG Rec. Hockey League: We would permit a player to register before they enter the arena and up to 15 minutes before game time, but the timekeeper would not have that information.
REC. F. CEFAP GPC 1/1/2017 MAINTENANCE RATES AND BENEFITS CODE: D B B B B B C B B 3rd Year 33.34 6%4% 1.50 4.34 0.60 0.04 0.10 2nd Year 29.17 6%4% 1.50 4.09 0.60 0.04 0.10 1st Year 25.00 6%4% 1.50 3.83 0.60 0.04 0.10 Trainee 20.84 6%4% 1.50 3.25 0.60 0.04 0.10
REC. A renewable energy credit for compliance with California’s Renewables Portfolio Standard (“RPS”) is a certificate of proof, issued through WREGIS, that one megawatt-hour of electricity was generated by an RPS-eligible renewable energy resource and delivered for consumption by California end-use retail customers. A REC includes all renewable and Green Attributes associated with the production of electricity from the eligible renewable energy resource, including any avoided emission of pollutants to the air, soil or water; any avoided emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, sulfur hexafluoride, or any other greenhouse gases that have been determined by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or otherwise by law, to contribute to the actual or potential threat of global climate change; and the reporting rights to these avoided emissions, such as Green Tag reporting rights. A REC does not include any emissions reduction credit issued pursuant to § 40709 of the Health and Safety Code or any credits or payments associated with the reduction of solid waste or treatment benefits created by the utilization of biomass or biogas fuels. A REC also does not include any energy, capacity, reliability or other power attributes of the generation; any tax credits or other financial incentives in the form of credits, reductions, or allowances associated with the generation that are applicable to a state or federal income taxation obligation; any fuel-related subsidies or "tipping fees" or local subsidies received by the generator for the destruction of particular preexisting pollutants or the promotion of local environmental benefits; or emission reduction credits (whether issued pursuant to § 40709 of the Health and Safety Code or any other authority) that are encumbered or used by the generator for compliance with local, state, or federal operating and/or air quality permits. The electricity underlying a REC must be delivered for consumption by California end-use retail customers, in accordance with the definition of delivery implemented by the CEC. No REC may be created based on any electricity generated pursuant to any contract with a California retail seller or a local publicly owned electric utility executed before January 1, 2005, unless the contract contains explicit terms and conditions specifying the ownership or disposition of the RECs. A REC may not be created based on any electricity genera...
REC. S10970-74, 10971 (daily ed. July 18, 1978) (state- ment of Sen. Stennis) (“I think the conclusion by the Court is the only one it could have reached under the wording of the law . . . This magnifies the situation and demands that despite the good purposes and high motives of preserving endangered speciesanimal life, plant life, whatever it is – in spite of all the good points in favor of it, the law, as a practical matter, is just impossible and must be amended.”). From this history, it is apparent that members of Congress felt strongly that Section 7 was poorly worded, dictated an absurd result, and needed to be amended.
REC. S10890-10910, 10897 (daily ed. July 17, 1978) (state- ment of Sen. Xxxxxxxx) (“[T]he recent Supreme Court decision in Tennessee Valley Authority against Hill demonstrates that the 1973 law is not flexible enough. ”); id. at 10908 (statement of Sen. Stennis) (“I want to point out that the committee and I are in agreement that an amendment to the [ESA] is needed to provide some flexibility in its administration.”); 124 CONG. REC. H13579-80, 13579 (daily ed. Oct. 14, 1978) (statement of Rep. Xxxxxx) (“[The amendment] introduces significant flexibility into the [ESA]. But we have not gutted the act in the process.”). After Congress introduced flexibility through its 1978 amendments, Section 7 looked entirely different. Compare Pub. L. Xx. 00-000, 00 Xxxx. 000, 000 (Xxx. 28, 1973) with Pub. L. Xx. 00-000, 00 Xxxx. 0000, 0000-00 (Nov. 10, 1978); see H.R. REP. NO. 95-1625, at 31 (“existing law proposed to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets, new matter is printed in italic[,] existing law in which no change is proposed is shown in roman”); id. at 45-51 (showing Section 7 entirely in italics). In fact, Representative Xxxxx stated that the ESA was written with the purpose of adding flexibil- ity. See 124 CONG. REC. H12868-12905, 12868 (daily ed. Oct. 14, 1978) (statement of Rep. Xxxxx) (“[W]e have rewritten that legislation this year, and we have made a diligent effort to take into consideration more accurately the development needs of this Nation.”). This complete overhaul of Section 7 underscores the need to revisit TVA because its interpretation of Sec- tion 7, pertaining to “whatever the cost,” has been ab- rogated by the 1978 amendments.
REC. S10912 (Oct. 9, 2004) (statement of Sen. Xxx) (emphases added).
REC. S9533-34, 9533 (daily ed. June 22, 1978) (statement of Sen. Xxxx) (“This is a decision which will have serious re- percussions in the future, particularly if it is not overturned by congressional action.”). TVA demonstrated that Section 7, as worded, would lead to more harsh results in the future. To prevent another TVA, Congress sought to amend Section 7. See 124 CONG. REC. S19160-67, 19163 (daily ed. Oct. 14, 1978) (statement of Sen. Xxxxxx) (“The Supreme Court has already made it clear that even though Congress may not have intended to stop programs and projects at midpoint, as with the Tellico fiasco . . . it nevertheless duly enacted a law that very clearly can be used to bring about just such a conse- quence. The law needs to be changed[.]”); 124 CONG. REC. E3448 (daily ed. June 23, 1978) (statement of Rep. Xxxxx) (“I do not quarrel with the Court’s inter- pretation of the law . . . I do, however, take issue with the underlying law . . . Since the Congress is respon- sible for the writing of the [ESA], I believe it should take the initiative to amend that law.”); 124 CONG.