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The Need for Work There are an abundance of projects being completed on the UA system's 16 campuses, many of which will considerably reduce the university's deferred maintenance backlog from $750 million toward its $360 million goal.
The Federal Aviation Administration said it was proposing the civil penalty after American Airlines mechanics allegedly deferred maintenance on a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 plane on February 2, 2009.
AP) -- While Kansas lawmakers grapple with how to pay for deferred maintenance projects at the state's universities, leaders of community colleges say maintenance needs at their institutions are being overlooked.
I think some of what we've seen with Sarbanes-Oxley 404 implementation is, in fact, deferred maintenance on those systems.
3283 would affect (1) federal agencies' deferred maintenance programs, (2) the management and distribution of the revenue collected, and (3) interagency coordination on fee collection and use.
Concerns included the fact that the collateral is a single asset and thus lacks diversity, and a small amount of deferred maintenance at the property.
The borrower plans to address some deferred maintenance issues on the portfolio, complete an extensive renovation to the largest property in the portfolio, and aggressively lease-up the vacant space.
This could result in deferred maintenance of the target housing, possibly creating greater lead hazards.