Natural Resources Assistance Council definition

Natural Resources Assistance Council means the natural resources assistance council created pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 164.21 as well as its members and officers.

Examples of Natural Resources Assistance Council in a sentence

  • Although the OPWC shall not be obligated to provide moneys beyond the grant money identified in this Agreement, the Recipient may request additional funds from the Natural Resources Assistance Council.

  • A) or (B) will be returned to their respective Natural Resources Assistance Council as ineligible.

  • A Notice to Proceed will be issued if the Purchase Contract and qualifying appraisal were available at the time the Natural Resources Assistance Council approved the project.Projects that will be leveraging the difference between the appraised value and purchase contract will also be required to have an appraisal review performed by an Ohio Department of Transportation Prequalified Appraisal Reviewer.

  • Foley to serve on the Cuyahoga County Natural Resources Assistance Council for the term 10/16/2017 - 10/15/2020, and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective.

  • DISTRICT ONE NATURAL RESOURCES ASSISTANCE COUNCILThe District One Public Works Integrating Committee (DOPWIC), as directed in the Ohio Revised Code Section 164.21, appoints the members of the Cuyahoga County Natural Resources Assistance Council (NRAC).

  • A Notice to Proceed will be issued if the Purchase Contract and qualifying appraisal were available at the time the Natural Resources Assistance Council approved the project.

  • YES NO Clean Ohio Fund - District 6 Natural Resources Assistance Council PROJECT EVALUATION- PART IA.

  • P a g e Please be advised that there have been no changes to the District 14 application process since Round 11 District 14 Principles:District 14 Natural Resources Assistance Council (NRAC 14) serves Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, and Tuscarawas counties in eastern Ohio.

  • OIL AND GAS LEASING: Oil and gas leases in place at the time the Natural Resources Assistance Council approves the project will be treated as pre-existing easements which the applicant has little or no control.

  • CLEAN OHIO GREEN SPACE CONSERVATIONPROGRAM District One Natural Resources Assistance Council (NRAC) PROGRAM YEAR (PY) 2019 APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT About the Application SupplementThis document, along with the "Ohio Public Works Commission Application for Financial Assistance" will be used by the NRAC to evaluate project applications.

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