District Committees definition

District Committees means the District Public Works Integrating Committees and the Executive Committees created pursuant to Section 164.04 of the Revised Code, and District Subcommittees created pursuant to Section 164.06 of the Revised Code.
District Committees means the District Public Works Integrating Committees and the Executive Committees created pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 164.04.
District Committees means the District Public Works Integrating Committees and the Executive Committees created pursuant

Examples of District Committees in a sentence

  • Should the District Committee approve such request the action shall be recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes and provided to the OPWC Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • In the event that circumstances require a change in such physical scope, the change must be approved by the District Committee, recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes, and provided to the OPWC Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • If circumstances require a change in such physical scope, the change must be approved by the District Committee, recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes, and provided to the Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • Should the District Committee approve such request, the action shall be recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes and provided to the Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • In the event that circumstances require a change in such physical scope, the change must be approved by the District Committee, recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes, and provided to the OSGCIC Administrator for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • Should the District Committee approve such request the action shall be recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes and provided to the OSGCIC Administrator for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • Any vendor who submits a response to a solicitation must disclose the names of any of its company directors or officers who serve on any District Committees, Task Force or Associations.

  • Local school districts and/or UIL District Committees may apply additional disciplinary action.

  • The High-Level Committee, the Regional Committee and the District Committees shall discharge of their functions in such a manner as to address the concerns of all persons in the Tsunami Disaster Zone (the “TDZ”, as defined below) and shall do so without discrimination against any person on grounds such as ethnic origin, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, social origin, birth or other status.

  • The chairperson of the multi-district grievance committee shall promptly provide a copy of any such bylaws to the secretary of the North Carolina State Bar.(c) Appointment of District Grievance Committee Members(1) Members of District Committees - Each district grievance committee shall be composed of not fewer than five nor more than 21 members, all of whom shall be active members in good standing both of the judicial district bar to which they belong and of the North Carolina State Bar.


More Definitions of District Committees

District Committees means any committee organized to facilitate the accomplishment of a district task or goal. See the Policy and Resource Manual.
District Committees. Any District committee which is assigned the responsibility of creating, studying, evaluating, or otherwise dealing with any District educational program or curriculum must include teachers as members.
District Committees means committees established by the Board to support operations of District 5370. “Officer” means the Directors that hold the position of DG, DG-Elect, Past-DG, Secretary, and Treasurer. "Member(s)" and/or "Membership" means those Club(s) in possession of an RI charter and designated to be in District 5370.
District Committees means the committees, established in each of the Borrower’s Districts (as hereinafter defined) pursuant to the Borrower's Decree No. 98-0503/PRE of August 20, 1998, for the purpose of assisting SEDR (as hereinafter defined) in the implementation of the Project;

Related to District Committees

  • District board means the board of directors of the district.

  • Sub-Committee means, unless the context otherwise requires, a sub-Committee appointed by the Council, a Committee or an Officer acting under delegated powers and shall include a working party or panel.

  • Advisory Committee means the Employer's Advisory Committee as from time to time constituted.

  • Political committee means any committee, club, association, or other group of