Definition of Routine Maintenance and Repair


Routine Maintenance and Repair means alteration to a designated historic resource or protected interior that does not conflict with its ongoing eligibility for listing on the Glendale Register of Historic Resources and that involves:


Routine Maintenance and Repair means activities necessary to keep a school building or facility in safe and good working order so that it may be used at its original or 6-2 designed capacity for its originally intended purposes, including janitorial, grounds-keeping and maintenance tasks done on a routine basis and typically accomplished by district personnel with exceptions for any routine tasks accomplished by contractors such as elevator or other specialized equipment or building system maintenance.

Routine Maintenance and Repair means alteration to a designated historic resource or protected interior that does not conflict with its ongoing eligibility for listing on the Glendale Register of Historic Resources and that involves: a) repair and/or replacement of a cumulative total of 100 square feet or less of any exterior wall or roof cladding material with new material that matches the existing in terms of material, dimension, color, texture, reflectivity, and overall appearance; b) repair and/or replacement of a cumulative total of 100 square feet or less of any interior wall cladding material of a protected interior with new material that matches the existing in terms of material, dimension, color, texture, reflectivity, and overall appearance, or the alteration or replacement of any other feature of a protected interior identified as significant in the Department of Community Development staff report presented to City Council at the time of the property’s designation; c) repointing of masonry joints with a cumulative total of 25 linear feet or less with new mortar that matches the existing in terms of material, color, texture, profile, and overall appearance; d) replacement of window or door glazing except for glazing identified as significant in the Department of Community Development staff report presented to City Council at the time of the property’s designation; e) the removal, maintenance, and/or installation of landscape materials except for those identified as significant in the Department of Community Development staff report presented to City Council at the time of the property’s designation landscaping; f) the application of vapor-permeable paint or stain finishes to wall cladding materials provided that the finish does not change the existing texture of the cladding and that the Department of Community Development staff report reviewed by City Council at the time of the property’s designation does not identify any finish color(s) and/or finish locations specific to the designated historic resource; and g) any other work determined by the Director of Community Development to constitute “routine maintenance and repair.”

Examples of Routine Maintenance and Repair in a sentence

The Routine Maintenance and Repair shall not be applicable in any plant or facility, which has a maintenance agreement with the IBEW.
Routine Maintenance and Repair; including replacing existing electrical, electronic systems, equipment, appliances, lighting fixtures and lamps.
Journeyman Maintenance Electrician: May perform all Routine Maintenance and Repair.
Routine Maintenance and Repair to Ensure Proper Working Condition and Safety — The Requester will perform or arrange for the performance of routine maintenance on all leased and loaned Equipment normally requiring such maintenance.
Routine Maintenance and Repair to Ensure Proper Working Condition and Safety — The Requester will perform or arrange for the performance of routine maintenance on all leased and loaned Motor Vehicles, tools and test equipment normally requiring such maintenance.