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Are you a landlord impacted by the tenant protections? On March 15, 2022, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors passed a motion by Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Janice Hahn to cancel property tax penalties, interest, costs, and fees for property owners that have been negatively affected by the eviction moratorium passed by the Board as part of its COVID-19 relief efforts. On January 24, 2023, the Board of Supervisors voted to extend certain protections to March 31, 2023. Therefore, landlords who have been impacted by the tenant protections may continue to request cancellation of penalties for late payment of property taxes.
Direct AssessmentThe costs of services or benefits (e.g., weed removal, landscape, flood control, refuse, sewer, sidewalk repair, and lighting) that the Department of Auditor-Controller adds to the Secured Tax Roll at the request of local taxing agencies.
Placing tribal land into trust is a process that allows the federal government to acquire titles to property and hold it for the benefit of tribes. How the law governing land into trust applies to Alaska has been the source of conflicting U.S. Department of Interior opinions.
In Widmar v. Vincent (1981) and Locke v. Davey (2004), the Court held that a compelling interest exists in complying with constitutional obligations, such as not violating the establishment clause. So, for example, any attempt to regulate expression based on its content will require a showing of a compelling governmental interest, particularly where the speech occurs in a public forum or on public property traditionally available for expressive and associative activities.
The Heartland Owners Club is made up of RVers from all walks of life, all on different paths on their RV journey. The club holds regular rallies and events across North America and allows you to tap into a vast amount of information curated by experienced RVers.
The industrialization of the agricultural sector has increased the chemical burden on natural ecosystems. Pesticides are agrochemicals used in agricultural lands, public health programs, and urban green areas in order to protect plants and humans from various diseases. However, due to their known ability to cause a large number of negative health and environmental effects, their side effects can be an important environmental health risk factor. The urgent need for a more sustainable and ecological approach has produced many innovative ideas, among them agriculture reforms and food production implementing sustainable practice evolving to food sovereignty. It is more obvious than ever that the society needs the implementation of a new agricultural concept regarding food production, which is safer for man and the environment, and to this end, steps such as the declaration of Nyéléni have been taken.
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The plant extracts appear to be relatively safe, although headache, dizziness, restlessness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and dermal sensitivity are the most common side effects that have been observed. Ginkgo has been demonstrated to be capable of inhibiting platelet-activating factor and altering bleeding times. Therefore, cautious use had been advised in individuals or patients on anticoagulants therapy (Boullata and Nace, 2000). The ability of ginkgo to induce liver cancer in experimental model was reported recently and genotoxic mechanisms were suggested to play some role in the carcinogenic process (National Toxicology Program, 2012; Dunnick and Nyska, 2013). Similar observation was made in the thyroid gland and further studies are required to determine whether the mechanisms for the ginkgo-induced thyroid tumors are also found in humans (National Toxicology Program, 2012; Dunnick and Nyska, 2013). In addition to the carcinogenic effects in the liver and thyroid, ginkgo has also been shown to be capable of inducing tumorigenesis in the nasal cavity. The pathogenesis of the nasal lesions was suggested to be related to toxic metabolites of ginkgo reaching the nasal cavity from the systemic circulation (Reed, 1993; Sells et al., 2007). Some other authors, however, have attributed the nasal lesions to gastric reflux/post gavage reflux through the nasopharyngeal duct (Damsch et al., 2011a,b).
The Journal of Business Ethics publishes only original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning ethical issues related to business that bring something new or unique to the discourse in their field. From its inception the Journal has aimed to improve the human condition by providing a public forum for discussion and debate about ethical issues related to business. In order to promote a dialogue between the various interested groups as much as possible, papers are presented in a style relatively free of specialist jargon.FT 50 - This journal is one of the 50 journals used by the Financial Times in compiling the prestigious Business School research rankClarivates Journal Citation Reports® Ranking by Category- Ethics 2/56- Business 54/154Section Descriptions
The OP133 allows an applicant to request a review for the removal of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Wetlands flag(s) on the BISweb Property Profile Overview. The form must be completed by a registered design professional or a licensed land surveyor and must contain a copy of the applicable NYS DEC Wetlands map(s) annotated to clearly identify the subject premises and demonstrate that the entire tax lot is outside any mapped zone or associated adjacent area.OP133 Form - Rev. 7/09OP133 Instructions
The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed at the forum for the first time on April 26, 1969. A soundboard recording of this concert has been released on Experience Hendrix's Dagger Records, an official bootleg record label. Opening acts for this sold out concert were Cat Mother and Chicago. The Experience later performed there again the following year on April 25, 1970, as part of their final U.S. tour. The concert has been widely circulated thanks to 3 available bootleg audience recordings.
In 2003, Great Western's naming-rights contract on the building expired (despite being bought by Washington Mutual in 1997, their name had been retained in the interim), and Forum Enterprises changed the venue's name back to "the Forum". The Great Western corporate logo and the words "Great Western" remained on portions of the exterior, including the roof (with a logo visible to planes landing at LAX), and were slowly removed over time. The roof, which was the last part of the building to contain the "GW" logo and "Great Western Forum" name, would not be repainted until the MSG remodeling, when it was overlaid with the new "Forum Presented by Chase" logo.
MacFarland S, Bauer AJ, Adzick NS, Surrey LF, Noyes J, Kazahaya K, Baloch Z, Mostoufi-Moab S: Disease burden and outcome in pediatric and young adults with concurrent Graves Disease and differentiated thyroid carcinoma. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 103:2918-2925, 2018.
Crombleholme TM, Adzick NS, Longaker MT, Bradley SM, Duncan BW, Harrison MR: Pulmonary vascular resistance in neonatal swine: Response to right pulmonary artery occlusion, Isoproterenol, and Prostaglandin E1. J Pediatr Surg 25:861-866, 1990.
States LJ, Adzick NS. Localization of a focal lesion of congenital hyperinsulinism: Imaging and surgery. In: Stanley CJ, Shyng S, DeLeon D, editors. Monogenic hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia disorders. Frontiers in diabetes series. Basel (Switzerland): S Karger AG; 2012.
Adzick NS, Krupnick A. The pregnant patient. In: Mulholland M, Greenfield L, Lillemoe K, Oldham K, Zelenock G, editors. Surgery: Scientific principles and practice, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams, & Wilkins; 2005, p. 2116-33.
Adzick NS, Krupnick A. Surgery in the pregnant patient. In: Greenfield L, Lillemoe K, Mulholland M, Oldham K, Zelenock G, editors. Surgery: Scientific principles and practice. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams, & Wilkins; 2001. p. 2217-34.
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