Ward Sample Clauses

Ward. Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust purchased Directors” and Officers” liability insurance from Aon Risk Services, Inc. of New York, an insurance brokerage firm (“Aon”). In connection with such insurance purchase, Aon received brokerage commission. Mr. Robert A. Meister, who is a member of the Trust’s Board of Trustees, is Vice Chairman of Aon Risk Services & Co., an affiliate of Aon. In addition, Mr. Alan Mann, who is Senior Vice President of Aon, is the son-in-law of Mr. Arthur H. Goldberg, who is also a member of the Trust’s Board of Trustees. 2003 Long-Term Incentive Plan of Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust 2003 Non-Employee Trustee Stock Option Plan of Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust Non-Qualified Stock Option Agreements dated March 3, 2004 between Trust and each of the following: Dennis Gershenson Non-Qualified Stock Option Agreements dated April 1, 2005 between Trust and each of the following: Dennis Gershenson Non-Qualified Stock Option Agreements dated February 28, 2006 between Trust and each of the following: Dennis Gershenson Non-Qualified Stock Option Agreements dated March 8, 2007 between Trust and each of the following: Dennis Gershenson 2008 Restricted Share Plan for non-employee Trustees Restricted Stock Award Agreement under 2003 Long-Term Incentive Plan dated March 8, 2007, March 3, 2008, April 4, 2008 and March 4, 2009 and related agreements between Trust and Dennis Gershenson Restricted Stock Award Agreement under 2008 Restricted Share Plan for non employees dated June 30, 2008 and June 30, 2009 and related agreements between Trust and each of the non employee Trustees Change in Control Policy dated July 10, 2007 between Trust and Officers of the Trust, as amended on March 1, 2010 Employment Agreement dated August 1, 2007 between Trust and Dennis Gershenson 2009 Omnibus Long-Term Incentive Plan Employment Agreement dated February 16, 2010 between Trust and Gregory R. Andrews Non-Qualified Stock Option Agreement dated February 16, 2010 between Trust and Gregory R. Andrews Restricted Stock Award Agreements made in 2010 to the non-employee Trustees of the Trust under the 2008 Restricted Share Plan for non-employee Trustees SCHEDULE 6.18 ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS [SEE ATTACHED] SCHEDULE 6.19 SUBSIDIARIES AND UNCONSOLIDATED AFFILIATES OF THE BORROWER [SEE ATTACHED] SCHEDULE 6.21
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Ward. Email: cward@sanchezpp.com With a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): Andrews Kurth LLP 600 Travis, Suite 4200 Houston, TX 77002 Attention: Scott Olson Facsimile: 713.238.7410 Email: solson@andrewskurth.com All such notices and communications shall be deemed to have been received at the time delivered by hand, if personally delivered; when receipt acknowledged, if sent via facsimile or sent via Internet electronic mail; and when actually received, if sent by courier service.
Ward. The Board consider that Seamus Keating and Ian Tyler have recent and relevant financial experience for the purposes of the UK Corporate Governance Code and the FRC’s Guidance on Audit Committees.
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Ward. Facsimile: 206-467-3790 If to Escrow Holder: Stewart Title 1000 2nd Avenue, # 1620 Seattle, WA 98104 Attn: Vicki Dorfman Facsimile: 206-260-9182
Ward. City: Street: District: Time at current address: year(s) month(s) Current house status: Owned Living with parents/relatives Renting Mortgaged Others: Mailing Address: (If not residential address) No.: Street: Ward: District: City: Temporary Residential Address: No.: Street: Ward: District: City: Time at temporary residential address: year(s) month(s) ANZ Bank (Vietnam) Limited Home phone Number: Fax: Mobile: Email: Marital status: Single Married Divorced No. of dependants:
Ward. George W. Wellde, Jr. * -------------------------------------------------- Kendrick R. Wilson III * -------------------------------------------------- Jon Winkelried * -------------------------------------------------- Steven J. Wisch * -------------------------------------------------- Richard E. Witten -51- 52 * -------------------------------------------------- Tracy R. Wolstencroft * -------------------------------------------------- Danny Yee * -------------------------------------------------- Gregory H. Zehner * -------------------------------------------------- Joseph R. Zimmel * -------------------------------------------------- Barry Zubrow * -------------------------------------------------- Mark A. Zurack *By: /s/ John A. Thain ------------------------------------- John A. Thain Attorney-in-Fact Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Ward. AllEnclosures:Appendix A – Proposed 20 mph Zones 5 year Programme 2. Summary/ Reason for urgency (if applicable) 2.1 To agree the proposed five-year programme for 20 mph zones, submitted to Transport for London as part of the Borough Spending Plan. 2.Recommendations (for decision by the Environment and Transport Portfolio Holder)2.1 To agree the 5 year programme for 20mph zones as set out in Appendix A REASON: To set the priorities should funding become available. 3. Policy Context (including Relevant Previous Decisions) 3.1 None 4. Relevance to Corporate Priorities 4.1 “We will enhance the environment in Harrow”. The 20 mph zones will promote a higher environmental standard by reducing the speed of vehicles and the number of accidents.5. Background Information and options considered 5.1 Local Authorities have been invited to bid for 20mph zones as part of the Borough Spending Plan submission to Transport for London for 2003/04 onwards. The bid submitted in June 2002 regarding 2003-08 included an indicative programme, subject to approval. This report seeks that approval. In the event that the Panel and/or Portfolio Holder agree changes to the programme, officers will liaise with Transport for London about amending the detail of the bid. 5.2 The proposed programme is split into three sub-divisions, school zones, urban/town centre zones and other residential zones. School Zones 5.3 These are 20mph zones in residential areas, which centre on schools. The proposal includes using physical traffic calming measures to reduce speeds in the roads in the immediate vicinity of the chosen school. It is also intended that a more holistic approach will be taken to review and address other traffic management and environmental issues in the area. 5.4 The following factors were considered when identifying and programming the sites; • Schools with significant vehicle/pedestrian conflict areas and/or where there has been a demand for a school crossing patrol. • Schools that have an entrance on a road that is already awaiting treatment under the agreed traffic calming priority list. • The road casualty figures over a five year period within the proposed 20mph boundary. • The implementation risk - the roads within the zone have to be suitable for traffic calming. • Co-ordination with other programmes such as Safer Routes to School. 5.5 The proposed programme is detailed in Appendix A. Vaughan, Cedars and West Lodge schools have been identified for commencement in 2003/04. Vaug...