2. INSTRUCT YOUR CHILDREN how to open the gate with the entry codes when leaving or entering the subdivision on foot or bike.
3. INSTRUCT YOUR CHILDREN not to play near, on, or with the gate.
4. DO NOT GIVE YOUR CODE OUT to friends, service companies or delivery people. They should gain entry by calling you from the keypad using the assigned directory code displayed next to your name. If you need a special code to allow access for repeated weekly services when you will not be home, such as a cleaning company or landscaping company, please call the Association office (829-7202) and we will program a special code into the system for their use.
4:03:04 Any member of the Association in good standing, not on suspension (exclusive of red cards) or probation, and meets the minimum qualifications for the position may run for election of any office they are nominated for or declare official interest in seeking.
Members running must meet the following qualifications and submit the required information to the Executive Director no less than fifteen (15) days prior to the AGM.
torney as they pertain to estate law and planning. It was noted that Power of Attorney over healthcare matters is becoming increasingly more important than the traditional role of Power of Attorney in financial matters. Mr. Chapin defined three com- mon components of a will: details pertaining to debts; bequests or clearly defined gifts that are di- vided among beneficiaries; and residuary, or anything left to be divided proportionally among beneficiaries. One the most im- portant points gained from Mr. Chapin’s presentation was the necessity of estate planning and the advantages of having a clear- ly defined will in place. If no will exists, the State of Wyoming will dictate how assets are distributed,
(e) Personnel in these position described in this section may serve as members of the Board if elected to a previously specified office.
Article IX. Membership.
Section 9.01 Any person now or previously assigned to the organizations listed in §3.02 is eligible for membership in the Safeside Association. Prospective members may be required to provide proof of assignment. If written proof is not available, certification of eligibility by at least two (2) current members is required. Members will be classified according to their original unit of assignment. When more than one unit may be selected, unit of assignment will be at the discretion of the member.
In October and November of 2020, the Rancho Santa Fe Building Department brought forth a timeline and a work program to update a number of the Rancho Santa Fe Regulation topics (Attachment A). The work program also included an education and communication element for the membership through newsletter articles and other workshops. As specified in the timeline for March 2021, a Working Draft of the Exterior Materials Regulation, Chapter 49 (Attachment C). Also, as indicated in the timeline, this update was preceded by a communication outreach through the articles that were published in the newsletter. Over the past couple of months several articles have been published in the newsletter regarding these subject matters. Upon review and input by the Board, the Building Department will hold a zoom workshop to seek further input and communicate the nuances of the new Exterior Material Regulation to the membership. In drafting this updated regulation, the Building Department utilized the input and the expertise of our consultants who are industry experts as well as professionals in the field.
In October and November of 2020, the Rancho Santa Fe Building Department brought forth a timeline and a work program to update a number of the Rancho Santa Fe Regulation topics (Attachment A). The work program also included an education and communication element for the membership through newsletter articles and other workshops. As specified in the timeline for March 2021, the Building Department is now bringing an updated Grading Regulation for posting (Attachment B). Also, as indicated in the timeline, this update was preceded by a communication outreach through the articles that were published in the newsletter. Over the past couple of months several articles have been published in the newsletter regarding these subject matters. Upon review and input by the Board, the Building Department will hold a zoom workshop to seek further input and communicate the nuances of the new Grading Regulation to the membership. In drafting this updated regulation, the Building Department utilized the input and the expertise of our consultants who are industry experts as well as professionals in the field.
BUTTE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS PAGE 20 UNMET TRANSIT NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015/16
Analysis of Public Testimony
The following is testimony received during the 2014/15 fiscal year that was specifically reviewed for the Unmet Transit Needs process. All testimony received is individually looked at but some comments are too general in nature to be properly analyzed. Live testimony is summarized to state only the perceived unmet transit need. Similar comments are grouped together with a common response at the end of the grouping. Some testimony does not meet the definition for Unmet Transit Needs and will not be analyzed for the purpose of this document. However, this testimony has been forwarded on to the appropriate department for consideration and may be met through a different avenue or used for future planning efforts.
Oscar Bermundez visited to address complaints from the Robinsons regarding barking dog – German Sheppard. Dogs barks all day long when left unattended.
Resolution: Oscar will look into training. Allen (another neighbor) can help with training. Time frame agreed upon.
County Noise ordinance for barking dogs – needs to be quiet from 10PM – 8AM. County can fine for dog barking as well.
• On June 18, 2020 a motion was made by Kevin Foley and seconded by Arthur Langbaum
that the Aruba Beach Club procure the services of Midrange Software to provide Aruba Beach Club with an online check-in system at a cost of $225.00 per month, an online check- out system at a cost of $200.00 per month and a Online Survey at a cost of $175.00 per month. Midrange has stated that these features are invoiced as month to month services, and no contracts or minimum service terms are required. Aruba Beach Club can cancel these services at any time without any penalty and invoicing will cease. All were in favor, and the motion carried unanimously.
Especially since Ferdinand Risco shot down any questions or concerns we had about becoming union-ized. The amount being sent to us is extremely unfair as our number is the first number being called for TARC and non-TARC matters. Customer Service representatives are one of the most vital parts of TARC being the caller from out of state visitors, vendors, agencies, a new resident to the area and regular riders – we are the ones they call. We are the ones who serve not only as Customer Service reps but assisting with rider information but also counselors, accountants, de-escalators, educators just to name a few. We have not missed one day, in person at our cubicles during this pandemic. Speaking for my department, we have faithfully left our homes, came to work, not sat in the safety of our homes or the comfort of our homes. We have faithfully put ourselves at risk by coming to work everyday. Some riding TARC to get here.
Applications should be submitted to the OCBA Appointments Committee, c/o OCBA, P.O.
Box 6130, Newport Beach, CA 92658 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 2019. The application form is also available online at www.ocbar.org. The Appointments Committee, chaired by President-Elect Scott Garner, will meet in November to select the slate of appointed board members. The slate will be presented to the OCBA Board of Directors for its consideration in November.
connect with our community through our Families in Rotary not only to grow Rotary within our Clubs but extend to new locations.
I congratulate IPDG Dr Baskaran Gopalan for leading the District last year and provided the Inspiration to our clubs for achieving many accomplishments! You have indeed raised the bar high and it is my formidable task to do better to bring our District to the next level in the coming Rotary Year. I look forward to the continuous support of the out-going Club and District Leaders to inspire the incoming Leaders. Please join me on board together to connect and to serve as Rotary Connects the World. Thank you
Board of Trustees meeting to move that project forward. The fundraising is not done but is close enough to the goal to move forward. The building will be funded with private gifts, no debt no loans. There are lots of naming opportunities available and it is believed that final money can be raised while the building is being built.
My PhD on food and nutrition security has led me to address many dimensions of life science and social and economic sciences. It has ensured the development of important and useful keys to understanding future issues in this field.
I wish to put my experience at the service of your association, whose strategy corresponds in many ways to the development strategy and specificities of my institution, the International School of Agro- development (ISTOM). In addition to these common points, joining ISTOM in 2019 was the beginning of an active collaboration with the evaluation of value chains within the framework of the VCA4D project, such as the fisheries value chain in Mali and the aquaculture value chain in Georgia.
She is retired from 45 years in the field of Nursing. Previously, Karen was employed as a staff nurse at Rockford Memorial Hospital, was faculty at Rockford Memorial School of Nursing and Rock Valley Community College of Nursing, and was a Clinical Nurse Specialist/Medical Surgical Nurse at Rockford Memorial Hospital. She was a Clinical Nurse Specialist/Pain & Palliative Care at OSF Saint Anthony. Karen participates in Relay for Life, is a member of the Byron Women’s Club, and Middle Creek Church. She is an education planner for Winnebago County Association for Health & Community Education (WCAHCE) and previously served as the 1 st Vice-President. Karen enjoys volunteering as a “cuddler” for Rockford Health Systems.
14.2 PENETRATION INTO OPPONENT’S PLAYING AREA
● Players may partially or completely cross the center line below the net or outside the poles, either before, during or after a legal play of the ball, provided that this does not interfere with the opponent’s play. Incidental contact with an opponent is ignored, unless such contact interferes with the opponent's opportunity to play the ball. While opposing players are not required to avoid the ball or the player, they cannot intentionally interfere with any legal attempt to play the ball on their court.
Enclosed please find the unaudited financial statements for the three months ended January 31, 2021. The unaudited financial statements reflect that the association is operating with a surplus in the amount of $46,743 and a
favorable variance to budget in the amount of $64,243 for the three-month period.
Ensuring that published reports properly reflect operating results and the financial position of the Association.
Ascertaining that the Association has established and observes appropriate policies, including those required by law, to maintain the confidentiality of information entrusted by ASHA to volunteer leaders and ASHA staff.
Diane Gandy serves as President and has over 30 years of hotel and travel industry experience including hotel manage- ment, OTA major market management, online marketing, sales, event planning, communications and
Diane’s NHLA responsibilities include general organizational management and business development with a focus on hotel industry member relations and benefits, sales, marketing, communications, association programs, educational resources, seminars, webinars, networking, special events, community representation and strategic partner development.