Smithfield Sample Clauses

Smithfield. “Smithfield” shall have the meaning given to such term in the Preamble hereto.
Smithfield. At all times during the Term, Smithfield Foods, Inc. will own and control JMC. If the same is not true at any point during the Term, NFSI will have the right to terminate by giving written notice, which termination will be effective 24 months from the date of that Smithfield Foods, Inc. no longer owns and controls JMC.
Smithfield. Carroll’s Farms — means Smithfield-Carroll’s Farms, a Virginia general partnership, and its successors and assigns. Smithfield-Carroll’s Farms Properties — means each of the real Properties of Smithfield-Carroll’s Farms listed in Part 2.5(e) of Annex 2 as being owned by it as of the First Restatement Date.
Smithfield. Linfox and the NUW (NSW Branch) agree that the CBA Enterprise Agreement will apply to the employees engaged in the Collins Debden contract other than the following items.
Smithfield. Recorded in Smithfield Land Records ---------------------- Grantors Date Book Page Prop. No. -------- ---- ---- ---- -------- James Kilduff et al Mar. 13, 1993 155 405 Gen. 9069 Mountaindale Estates, LCC Oct. 21, 1993 168 37 Gen. 9070 Andrew J. D'Angelo et ux Nov. 23, 1993 171 141 Gen. 9071 Carl R. Adler et al July 13, 1993 163 463 Gen. 9072 Jeffrey H. Adler July 15, 1993 163 461 Gen. 9073 Charles P. Brochu et ux Jan. 15, 1994 173 445 Gen. 9074 William Machala et ux June 16, 1994 177 197 Gen. 9075 Ferdinand E. Bottai et ux April 8, 1994 177 193 Gen. 9076 Mary Frances Caouette et al, Trs. May 21, 1993 177 195 Gen. 9077 RFA Realty Associates Feb. 1, 1993 154 742 Gen. 9078 Rhode Island Port Authority Sept. 28, 1994 182 124 Gen. 9079 and Economic Development Corporation Karl R. Adler et ux Dec. 15, 1994 183 780 Gen. 9080 Robert Rongione Feb. 27, 1995 185 242 Gen. 9081 Beth Marie Ochsner et al Feb. 26, 1995 185 244 Gen. 9082 Village at Waterman Lake Limited Partnership April 18, 1995 187 83 Gen. 9083
Smithfield. Smithfield, together with Rouxville and Zastron, constitute the Mohokare Municipality. Smithfield has enjoyed remarkable LED success in the last few years, as reflected in the improvement in the local economy. The economic revival centres around tourism, community-based enterprises and skillfully utilising the town’s potential of being on a main route to the Eastern Cape. Unfortunately, the efforts appear to be only within the private sector and NGO driven. The Municipality has, reportedly, made little if any contribution to LED in the town. Current LED Projects In common with projects around the world, LED in Smithfield started when external people saw the potential in the town and began investing in guest houses. Another investor opened a small pottery. The latter is very successful and produce is exported to Europe. A recently opened weaving business which received DTI and Free State Development Corporation support is also tapping into international markets. The latter project will be expanded to other towns in the region. An addition project which has received government support is a community trust which runs a delicatessen. These projects seem to have generated well over 100 permanent jobs. A key initiative is the KwaSizabantu Mission (KSM) which is a non-profit organization. It generates its own funds through sales of produce and food to national market chains and SAA. They run a bakery, fast-foods outlet and a poultry business on commercial lines, and have created an AIDS shelter and a school. Thirty permanent jobs have been created without any external funding – truly a testimony to the success of well-motivated and well-managed business and socially-focused development, and the key role which church-based projects can play. Spin-offs from these projects include a local building boom. Future plans include a golf course, equestrian centre, hiking and cycling trails. Other Key Considerations The research undertaken suggests that there has been remarkable private sector success. However, it has been noted in the research that ‘the Municipality and business sector inhabit different universes’. Approaches by the private sector and ratepayers to the Municipality have, allegedly, been ignored. Business people – black and white – were unaware that there was meant to be an LED officer in the Municipality and they all found dealing with the Municipality to be unhelpful.Significant deterioration in services and infrastructure in the town has been noted and t...

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