An agreement between the Department or an Other Agency and a Licensee providing a license to operate a Garden on a Lot for a set term subject to requirements set forth therein, unless earlier terminated.
Ordered for my Nana that past away in the Bay Area.
Role of Garden Liaison Green Thumb requires each garden to select a primary and a secondary contact person.
Contacts do not necessarily hold decision making power, nor are they the garden group president, but rather they simply act as a liaison between Green Thumb and the garden group.
Most importantly, she is honest and always has the customer's best interest in mind.
I am very excited to be working with her and I can't wait to see the beautiful arrangements that she creates for my wedding!
We suggest that members rotate the responsibility on a regular basis, such as every year, and be elected democratically by the garden group.
When contacts change, be sure to have both the previous contact and new contact people notify Green Thumb.
Don't forget to take your turn, but any member can represent the garden.Both contacts must reside in New York City and at least one contact must reside in the community board where that garden is located.Filling out required paperwork, such as license agreement, registration packet and providing Green Thumb with an annual up-to-date list of garden members, complete with addresses and telephone numbers.The Alternate Site List may be incorporated into the text of, and will in any event be deemed to be incorporated by reference in, the Alternate Site Notice.A Gardening Group’s failure or refusal to (i) comply with Green Thumb Registration requirements, (ii) complete the Registration process, (iii) comply with the terms of its Registration, (iv) comply with Green Thumb License requirements, (v) enter into a License, or (vi) comply with its License.An organized group of individuals who maintain a Garden and are collectively represented by the Garden Contact Person.