Curb grade definition

Curb grade means the elevation of the top of the face of the curb, ad fixed by the city council.
Curb grade means the elevation of the established curb in front of a building measured at the center of such front. Where no curb grade has been established, the Service Director shall establish such curb grade for the purpose of this Zoning Ordinance.
Curb grade means the established elevation of the curb measured at the center of the front of a building. Where no curb grade has been established, the municipality shall establish such curb level or its equivalent for the purpose of this title. (Prior code §4-4-2(part)).

Examples of Curb grade in a sentence

  • A grade line gauge or pointer shall be attached to the machine so that a continual comparison can be made between the Curb being placed and the established Curb grade as indicated by an offset guideline.

  • Curb grade stakes shall be placed at 50-foot intervals on tangents, at alignment changes and on 25-foot intervals in curves.

  • Curb grade elevations will be shown for each station and half station.

  • Show the following: All sides of the proposed building(s), labeled according to which direction the building faces (i.e., north face, south face, etc.); Adjoining buildings (side or rear) in outline form; Primary, secondary and tertiary building massing; Original and finished grade changes; A clear identification of all building materials and textures to be used on the facades; and Curb grade (top of curb), which differs from “natural grade” or “finish grade”.

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Related to Curb grade

  • Highest adjacent grade means the highest natural elevation of the ground surface prior to construction next to the proposed walls of a structure.

  • Lowest Adjacent Grade (LAG means the elevation of the ground, sidewalk or patio slab immediately next to the building, or deck support, after completion of the building.

  • Finished grade means the grade upon completion of the fill or excavation.

  • Passing grade means work of such character that credit would be entered on the records were the semester to close at that time.

  • Highest Adjacent Grade (HAG means the highest natural elevation of the ground surface, prior to construction, immediately next to the proposed walls of the structure.

  • Pay grade means the monthly salary applicable to class titles of service personnel;

  • Investment Grade means a rating of Baa3 or better by Moody’s (or its equivalent under any successor rating categories of Moody’s); a rating of BBB- or better by S&P (or its equivalent under any successor rating categories of S&P); and the equivalent investment grade credit rating from any additional Rating Agency or Rating Agencies selected by the Company.

  • Highest Rating Category means, with respect to an Eligible Investment, that the Eligible Investment is rated by S&P or Moody’s in the highest rating given by that rating agency for that general category of security. By way of example, the Highest Rating Category for tax-exempt municipal debt established by S&P is “A-1+” for debt with a term of one year or less and “AAA” for a term greater than one year, with corresponding ratings by Moody’s of “MIG-1” (for fixed rate) or “VMIG-1” (for variable rate) for three months or less and “Aaa” for greater than three months. If at any time (a) the Bonds are not rated, (b) both S&P and Moody’s rate an Eligible Investment and (c) one of those ratings is below the Highest Rating Category, then such Eligible Investment will, nevertheless, be deemed to be rated in the Highest Rating Category if the lower rating is no more than one rating category below the highest rating category of that rating agency. For example, an Investment rated “AAA” by S&P and “Aa3” by Xxxxx’x is rated in the Highest Rating Category. If, however, the lower rating is more than one full rating category below the Highest Rating Category of that rating agency, then the Eligible Investment will be deemed to be rated below the Highest Rating Category. For example, an Eligible Investment rated “AAA” by S&P and “A1” by Xxxxx’x is not rated in the Highest Rating Category.

  • Existing grade means the grade prior to grading.

  • Mxxxx’x Rating means, with respect to a Reference Obligation, as of any date of determination:

  • Established Grade means that grade established by the City for the particular area in which a sidewalk is to be constructed.

  • Xxxxx’x Rating means, at any time, the rating issued by Xxxxx’x and then in effect with respect to the Borrower’s senior unsecured long-term debt securities without third-party credit enhancement.

  • Rating Category means one of the generic rating categories of any Rating Agency without regard to any refinement or gradation of such rating by a numerical modifier or otherwise.

  • Investment Grade Credit Rating means (i) a Credit Rating of Baa3 or higher given by Xxxxx’x, (ii) a Credit Rating of BBB- or higher given by S&P or (iii) a Credit Rating of BBB- or higher given by Fitch.

  • Aa3 by Moody's or are rated "Aa3" by Moody's and such rating is on watch for possible downgrade (but only for so long as it is on watch for possible downgrade), or (C) either (i) the unsecured, short-term debt obligations of Party A (or its Credit Support Provider) are rated below "A-1" by S&P or (ii) if Party A (or its Credit Support Provider) does not have a short-term rating from S&P, the unsecured, long-term senior debt obligations of Party A (or its Credit Support Provider) are rated below "A+" by S&P (such event, a "Collateralization Event"), then, Party A, at its own cost and subject to the Rating Agency Condition, shall within 30 days either (i) cause another entity to replace Party A as party to this Agreement that satisfies the Swap Counterparty Ratings Requirement and that is approved by the Trustee (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld) on terms substantially similar to this Agreement; (ii) obtain a guaranty of, or a contingent agreement of another person that satisfies the Swap Counterparty Ratings Requirement, to honor Party A's obligations under this Agreement, provided that such other person is approved by the Trustee such approval not to be unreasonably withheld; (iii) post collateral in accordance with a Credit Support Annex which satisfies the Rating Agency Condition; or (iv) establish any other arrangement satisfactory to the applicable Swap Rating Agency which will be sufficient to restore the immediately prior ratings of the Swap Certificates (determined without regard to any financial guaranty insurance policy, if applicable). All collateral posted by Party A shall be returned to Party A immediately upon Party A securing a substitute counterparty that satisfies the Swap Counterparty Ratings Requirement.

  • Investment Grade Rating means a rating equal to or higher than Baa3 (or the equivalent) by Xxxxx’x and BBB- (or the equivalent) by S&P, or an equivalent rating by any other nationally recognized statistical rating agency selected by the Borrower.

  • Nameplate Capacity Rating means the maximum capacity of the Facility as stated by the manufacturer, expressed in kW, which shall not exceed 10,000 kW.

  • Moody’s Rating means, at any time, the rating issued by Moody's and xxxx xx effect with respect to the Borrower's senior unsexxxxx xong-term debt securities without third-party credit enhancement.

  • Investment Grade Ratings means a rating equal to or higher than Baa3 (or the equivalent) by Moody’s and BBB- (or the equivalent) by S&P, provided that no negative watch is placed on such rating.

  • Threshold Rating means the short-term unsecured debt rating of P-1 by Moody’s and the short-term issuer credit rating of A-1 by Standard & Poor’s.

  • Index Debt Rating means the S&P Rating, the Xxxxx’x Rating and the Fitch Rating.

  • Rating means the operating limits as specified by the component manufacturer.

  • S&P Rating means, at any time, the rating issued by S&P and then in effect with respect to the Borrower’s senior unsecured long-term public debt securities without third-party credit enhancement (it being understood that if the Borrower does not have any outstanding debt securities of the type described above but has an indicative rating from S&P for debt securities of such type, then such indicative rating shall be used for determining the “S&P Rating”).

  • Ratings As of any date of determination, the ratings, if any, of the Certificates as assigned by the Rating Agencies.

  • Moody’s means Xxxxx’x Investors Service, Inc. and any successor thereto.

  • Debt Rating has the meaning specified in the definition of “Applicable Rate.”