(2) Where a collective agreement between an employer and an employee is in force, represented by a responsible organization that is not influenced or controlled in any way by management, the agreement and provisions of the collective agreement are considered predominant conditions in the locality and are the minimum requirements for the decision of a responsible bidder under this Act. (4) The terms “predominant rate of pay” “, as used in this section, must be interpreted in such a way that minimum wages are at least interpreted in such a way that employees of a printing plant or business in second-class A counties have negotiated collective agreements negotiated by an employer or employer with a responsible organization representing workers. If the rates of pay, thus achieved, vary in each riding of a county, then any printing company that pays wages at least equivalent to those provided for in one of these agreements is considered, for the purposes of this Act, as the payment of the prevailing rate of pay. (i) demographic information about the child and the child`s primary caregivers. Section 1980. Board of Visitors for Charitable Reform and Penal Institutions.–(1980 October 2018, P.L.931, No. 154) (2) Photographic or narrative documentation of results, including microscopic, radiological, toxicological, chemical, magnetic resonance imaging or other laboratory analyses performed on tissues, organs, organs, other bodily fluids, gas or other samples. Section 509. Orders and Decisions.-a) Commissioners may adopt decisions and regulations that prescribe the manner in which county powers are exercised and the general regulation of county affairs. Agents may formulate and adopt regulations, decisions, regulations and rules regarding the use of property owned or used by the county and the behaviour of individuals in, on or on this county property, in order to preserve these assets and promote and preserve public health, safety and well-being. (f) Commissioners may require, as a necessary condition for the consideration of an offer, that all tender offers be accompanied by a cash cheque or other irrevocable credit of a reasonable amount drawn by a bank authorized to operate in that Commonwealth or a loan with a reasonable amount of business guarantee.
In the event that, in the award of the contract to the bidder, a bidder does not meet the sub-party (g) requirements for the guarantee of the contract, the guarantee provided under this subsection is considered to be liquidated damage to the county.