Appendix H definition

Appendix H. Special Education Caseload Management Review Form 93 Section 7.10 Appendix I: Professional Fund Allocation 94 Section 7.11 Appendix J: Special Services Program Definitions 95 1 Article I. ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT

Examples of Appendix H in a sentence

  • The local unit has no illegal or unauthorized expenditures that came to our attention as defined in the Bulletin for Audits of Local Units of Government in Michigan, as revised (see Appendix H of Bulletin).

  • The Contractor shall maintain in force at all times during the terms of the resultant Contract, policies of insurance pursuant to the requirements outlined in Appendix H – Contractor’s Insurance Requirements.

  • Appendix H, Contractor’s Insurance Requirements, attached hereto, is hereby expressly made a part of this Contract as fully as if set forth at length herein.

  • Guidance for policy and legal compliance reviews is addressed in Appendix H, ER 1105-2-100.

  • Subject Property Text NY XX Always See Coding See Appendix H 121 Postal Code The postal code (zip code in the US) where the subject property is located.


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Appendix H. Nebraska Standardized ModelPolicy, Procedures, and Forms .......................................................................6� Appendix I: Examples of Process and Outcome Measures for the Supervision of DWI Offenders .................................89
Appendix H. Complete Notes with Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx (no questions written, just responses) - Worked in state w/ water quality for 40 years - 22 yrs: in charge of Michigan programs (GLWQA) - Work under Annex 1 + Annex 2 of GLWQA - Out of 43 areas of concern, MI had 14 (now has 12) [3 shared with Canada] [1 w/ Wisconsin] - Largely dedicated to working under agreement - Receive $ from EPA from grant - Work to carry out programs under Annex 1+2 - Go to meetings with Public Advisory council, other agency - Update remedial action plans, find funding to implement projects, coordinate work among various agencies - Lots of data coordination (federal/state/binationally) - US side: Success has been since 2010, because of investment by US fed gov. In GL restoration initiative - Prior: not a lot of funding (For GLWQA) - Provided 454M dollars in 1st year - Originally intended to maintain level for 5 years - After 1st year: dropped to 375M / per year in perpetuity (so far) - Money goes towards: restore areas where contaminated sediments (in harbors) & Habitat restoration - Detroit River / St. Clair river corridor = primary spawning ground - Shortfalls: GLWQA doesn’t have teeth, is promise between 2 gov. To try to restore GL - NO PENALTIES TO GOV. IF THEY DIDN’T COMPLY (Gentlemen’s agreement, not actually happening) - Nothing happens prior to 2010 (money) - Canadian side: Much less funded, and thereby Canada is lagging behind US’ work in restoration - Realistically: shortfalls of GLWQA probably won’t be fixed (1987 - 2012) - Perhaps GOV could commit to specific funding levels / - Aimed to make existing agreement work as best as possible - GLWQA can claimpartial credit” for reversing trend in GL - 60s 70s - Quality deteriorating - Series of things, including GLWQA , Clean Water Act, has reversed it - “GL are improving” - Science now allows us to identify new problems that we didn’t know existed - Not “weren’t there, we didn’t know about them” - Improved methods of transportation have resulted in greater problems with invasive species, now we can control it - Zebra mussels - → Change biology of great lakes - Agreement has helped strengthen public opinion about GL - Discovered it isn’t politically popular option to not be in favor of GL - Some more vocal than others, some turn into action - Reached point where no politician can say “I don’t support GL” - → Maintained funding - 60s: GL not used for recreation, didn’t have public support now, didn’t transfer to political support - Now recogn...
Appendix H and “APPENDIX I” and the information contained under the captionTAX MATTERS RELATING TO THE SERIES 2021A BONDS” AND “TAX MATTERS RELATING TO THE SERIES 2021B BONDS” as to which no view is expressed), as of the respective dates thereof, contained any untrue statement of a material fact or omitted to state any material fact necessary to make the statements therein, in the light of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading. We express no opinion and make no comment with respect to the sufficiency of the security for the Bonds. This letter is furnished to you solely for your benefit and no other party is entitled to rely hereon without our written permission. Respectfully, EXHIBIT E CERTIFICATE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS SINGLE FAMILY MORTGAGE REVENUE BONDS, 2021 SERIES A AND TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS SINGLE FAMILY MORTGAGE REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, 2021 SERIES B (TAXABLE) Reference is hereby made to that certain Bond Purchase Agreement dated July , 2021 (the “Agreement”), among Barclays Capital Inc. (“Barclays”), acting on behalf of itself and Xxxxxxxxx LLC (“Jefferies”), X.X. Xxxxxx Securities LLC (“JPMS”), RBC Capital Markets, LLC (“RBCCM”), Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx & Co. LLC (“Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx”), Xxxxx Xxxxxxx & Co. (“Piper”) and Xxxxxxx & Co., Inc. (“Xxxxxxx”), and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
Appendix H. ESE MODEL RUBRIC FOR TEACHERS January 2012 Rubricsdefined in the regulations as “scoring tool[s] that describe characteristics of practice or artifacts at different levels of performance” (603 CMR 35.02) – are a critical component of the Massachusetts educator evaluation framework and are required for every educator. Rubrics are designed to help educators and evaluators (1) develop a consistent, shared understanding of what proficient performance looks like in practice, (2) develop a common terminology and structure to organize evidence, and (3) make informed professional judgments about formative and summative performance ratings on each Standard and overall. This appendix contains the ESE Model Teacher Rubric.
Appendix H. MOU Unit Member Status for Part-Time, Hourly Health Occupations Faculty .................................................................................. Appendix IF, MOU Retirement Plans ........................................................... Appendix JG, MOU, 2017–20182021-2022 Workdays for Contract/Regular Counseling Faculty ..................................................................................... Appendix K, MOU A.D.N. Preceptorship ..................................................... Appendix L, MOU Program Director, Associate Degree Nursing (ADN.) 2017-2018 Extra Days .................................................................................. Appendix MH, MOU Faculty Supervision of Classified Employees ........... Appendix NI, MOU Articulation Officer Assignment ................................... Appendix O, MOU LRNS Instructor Compensation 2017-2018 .................. Appendix PJ, MOU 2021-2022 Writing Success Center Coordinator 2017-2018 Appendix QK, MOU 2021-2022 Extra Days for Health Occupations Faculty2017- 2018 .............................................................................................................. Xxxxxxxx XX, XXX 0000-0000 Xxxxxxxx and Reassigned Time for Fall 0000 Xxxxxxxx X M, MOU Compensation for Hiring Committee Participation
Appendix H. Student Refunds Integration Package supporting Bank Mobile CMC will provide a packaged integrated solution to process student refunds between Bank Mobile and CampusNexus® Student. CMC offers a packaged solution called Student Refund Integration Package supporting Bank Mobile (the “Package”) to process and transmit the information. The Student Refunds Package supports the following features (“Supported Student Refunds Features”): • Extract data from CampusNexus Student in the form of three (3) files using a user-defined schedule o Student demographic information ▪ Extract file (CSV) will contain student information for those students who meet all the below criteria. • Is at least 18 years old • US resident • Are in a defined group to be set up ▪ The file will be placed on an SFTP or shared location. o Student refund file ▪ File will contain records when there are stipends in the financial aid package disbursements and refund transactions in the student ledger for eligible Bank Mobile students that have not been sent to Bank Mobile. ▪ The file to be placed on an SFTP or shared location o Enrollment file. ▪ File will contain all eligible Bank Mobile student’s enrollments. ▪ The file to be placed on an SFTP or shared location. The Student Refunds Package includes up to eighty (80) hours of professional services delivered by CMC (“Student Refunds Service Hours”) to deploy the Student Refunds Package into the Production Environment. The following tasks will be delivered using the Student Refunds Service Hours: