annual obligation

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In other words, his proposal would meet the city's annual obligation as defined by the state but not to entirely make up for a shortfall in a previous year.
P2 is fixed and annual obligation to results associated with implementation of means, it is to ensure: - routine maintenance, preventive and curative facilities and equipment - driving, monitoring, control and control of all facilities and equipment - repairs and urgent interventions following days and times given by site facilities and equipment.
It is imperative that each and every member meets their annual obligation for maintenance fees as failure to do so increases the cost of operations for all of the other members and owners.
Even with the requested increase, the Postal Service would be unable to meet its annual obligation of roughly $5.
Theoretically, once an annual obligation target is reached, the value of any extra ROC to suppliers is zero.
This action, along with other collateral savings, will mitigate our increased annual obligation to the retirement system for fiscal year 2010 by about $4.
At the current level of sales and use tax receipts, the city reports no difficulty in meeting its mandatory annual obligation towards the Utah Telecommunications Open Infrastructure Agency ($2.
Full funding of the annual obligation resumed in fiscal 2012 following a partial deferral for budgetary relief in the previous two years.
Now, thanks to recent government approval of a new feline vaccine, this annual obligation has become faster, easier, safer, less stressful to cats -- plus more effective in preventing disease.
The district participates in the state's pension system with costs expected to rise steeply in the coming years (already 12% of general fund spending) and its other post-employment benefit (OPEB) liability stems from a temporary and now closed system, resulting in a modest annual obligation.
The district participates in the state's pension system with costs expected to rise steeply in the coming years (already 12% of general fund spending), and its other post-employment benefit (OPEB) obligation is due to a temporary and now closed system, resulting in a modest annual obligation.
The settlement caps the county's annual obligation to a minimum payment to the courts at approximately $87.

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