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Quarter-to-date change in operating FFO was driven by lower interest expense of $0.025, higher same-store NOI of $0.015 and higher termination fee income of $0.005. These were partially offset by lower NOI from other investment properties with $0.025 due to our capital recycling activities. Same-store NOI growth was 4.2% in the second quarter, 320 basis points of which is attributable to higher base percentage and specialty rent fueled by occupancy increases, strong contractual rent increases and re-leasing spreads. In addition, we had lower expenses net of recovery income and other property income of 75 basis points and lower bad debt expense of 25 basis points. It’s important to note that our quarterly same-store results were positively impacted by 110 basis points due to the inclusion of five assets we acquired in the first quarter of 2015. Same-store NOI for these assets collectively grew nearly 26% quarter over quarter, driven primarily by our leasing progress at Downtown Crown. This is a testament to our acquisition prowess and consistent with our philosophy of trading today’s yields for more compelling, risk-adjusted, long-term growth. We are looking forward to including these assets in our full-year 2017 same-store pool. Our net debt to adjusted EBITDA ratio ended the quarter at 5.9 times. And our leverage ratio remained relatively unchanged at approximately 37%. It’s important to note that the temporary increase in our revolver balance and the small uptick in our net debt to adjusted EBITDA ratio is a result of transaction timing.

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Phase III – Columbus Oral Police Exam COPE – this portion of the exam is video based and is designed to assess a candidate’s problem solving skills and interpersonal relations skills. This regulation prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability, and requires affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities.” Does it describe the inclusive culture of your organization? Information available from a human resource office is usually limited to dates of employment and reason for leaving. Placement goals identified are displayed on the position requisition in the ATC. Recruiting managers are able to access the register, to fill the same or similar ongoing and non-ongoing vacancies, for up to 12 months from the date of the original advertisement. careerThe main characteristic of non-directive questions is that they do not give the applicant any indication of the desired answer. In all cases any points are awarded once a candidate has passed the Oral Assessment.