Section 11-105-4 Board of directors. (a) The affairs of the authority shall be managed by a
board of directors, hereinafter called the board, which shall consist of the following: At
least one and not more than five board members representing each incorporated municipality
located within the defined tourism promotion and development district and not more than two
board members from any unincorporated area included in the tourism promotion and development
district, except that the number of board members from the unincorporated area of the tourism
development district may be increased to not more than four board members by a two-thirds
majority vote of the then existing board members of the authority. (b) The number of board
members representing each municipality included in the tourism promotion and development district
shall be computed as follows: (1) One board seat for each seventy thousand dollars ($70,000)
of annual lodging tax collections collected within the municipality. The...
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Section 11-105-2 Designation of tourism promotion and development district. A public authority
established pursuant to this chapter shall designate a tourism promotion and development district
which may be comprised of part or all of the corporate limits of any participating municipality
and all or part of the unincorporated areas of any participating county. The governing body
of each municipality and each county participating in the formation of the authority shall
state in its authorizing resolution or by separate resolution the geographic area within its
corporate limits that shall comprise the tourism promotion and development district. (Act
2011-692, p. 2116, §2.)...
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Section 45-35-243 Levy and collection; disposition of funds. (a) This section shall only be
applicable to portions of Houston County outside the corporate limits of the City of Dothan.
(b) There is levied and imposed, in addition to all other taxes of every kind now imposed
by law, a privilege or license tax upon every person, firm, or corporation engaging in the
business of renting or furnishing any room or rooms, lodging, or accommodations to transients
in any hotel, motel, inn, tourist camp, tourist cabin, or any other place in which rooms,
lodgings, or accommodations are regularly furnished to transients for a consideration, in
an amount of six percent of the charge for the room, rooms, lodgings, or accommodations, including
the charge for use or rental of personal property and services furnished in the room; provided,
however, that there is exempted from the tax authorized to be levied under this section any
rentals or services taxed under Division 1, commencing with Section...
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Section 45-2-243.22 Board of directors - Composition; expenses. (a) The affairs of the bureau
shall be managed by a board of directors, hereinafter called "the board," which
shall consist of the following: At least one and no more than four board members representing
each incorporated municipality located within the defined "lodging tax district"
and at least one and no more than four board members from the unincorporated area of the "lodging
tax district." (b) The number of board members representing each municipality shall be
computed as follows: (1) One board seat for each one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) of
annual lodging tax collections, collected pursuant to this subpart. The minimum board seats
per municipality shall be one and the maximum board seats per municipality shall be four.
(2) The board members representing the incorporated municipalities shall be appointed by the
governing body of their respective municipality. The initial board member terms shall be appointed...
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Section 45-28-91.01 Creation; composition; powers and duties. (a) There is hereby created the
new Etowah County Tourism Board. The new board shall consist of one member appointed by each
member of the Etowah County House Legislative Delegation, one member appointed by the senator
representing Etowah County, one member appointed by the county commission, one member appointed
by the Mayor of Gadsden, one member appointed by the Etowah County Mayor's Association, one
member appointed by the Etowah/Gadsden Chamber of Commerce, and one member appointed by the
local hotel industry. Members shall serve two year terms until November 30, 2011, when the
next term shall be four years. No person shall be appointed to the board unless he or she
is a qualified elector of Etowah County. (b) The Etowah County Tourism Board created by this
part shall promote the tourism industry in the county, including, but not limited to, working
with potential visitors; coordinating with media representatives;...
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Section 45-5-141.20 Powers and duties; annual dues; board of trustees; referendum election.
(a) This section shall apply only in Blount County. (b) A district for the delivery of fire
and emergency medical services may be formed in any unincorporated area of the county pursuant
to this section subject to the approval of a majority of the qualified electors who vote at
a referendum election for that purpose in the proposed district and for the approval of the
mandatory annual dues of the district. (c) In order to call for a referendum election for
the formation of a district, a petition signed by not less than 20 percent of the registered
voters who reside in the proposed district shall be presented to the county commission and
the Judge of Probate of Blount County. The petition shall contain an accurate legal description
of the proposed area and shall state the name of the proposed district. The petition for the
establishment of a district shall be accompanied by a request for the...
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Section 11-92C-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words have the
following meanings: (1) APPLICANT. A natural person who files a written application with the
governing body of any authorizing subdivision in accordance with Section 11-92C-3. (2) AUTHORITY.
Any local redevelopment authority organized pursuant to this chapter. (3) AUTHORIZING RESOLUTION.
A resolution adopted by the governing body of any authorizing subdivision in accordance with
Section 11-92C-3, which authorizes the incorporation of the authority. (4) AUTHORIZING SUBDIVISION.
Any county or municipality that has adopted an authorizing resolution. (5) BOARD. The board
of directors of an authority. (6) BONDS. Any bonds, notes, certificates, or any other form
of indebtedness representing an obligation to pay money. (7) CONTIGUOUS. Two or more tracts
of land if touching for a continuous distance of not less than 200 feet. The term shall include
tracts of land divided by bodies of water, streets,...
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Section 11-94-1 Definitions. Whenever used in this chapter, unless the context plainly indicates
otherwise, the present term shall include the future term, the singular shall include the
plural, the plural shall include the singular, the masculine shall include the feminine, and
the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings respectively ascribed to
them by this section: (1) AUTHORITY. A nonprofit public corporation organized pursuant to
the provisions of this chapter. (2) AUTHORIZING SUBDIVISION. Any county or municipality to
which application has been made for authority to incorporate an authority under this chapter.
(3) BOARD. The board of directors of an authority. (4) DIRECTOR. A member of the board of
directors of an authority. (5) COUNTY. Any county in this state that abuts on a navigable
river or through which a navigable river runs. (6) GOVERNING BODY. With respect to a county,
the county commission and, with respect to a municipality, the council,...
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Section 11-65-36 Application of net commission revenues. All commission horse wagering fees,
commission greyhound wagering fees, and other fees, commissions, and moneys, including fines
and forfeitures, to which a commission shall be entitled under the provisions of this chapter
shall be paid to the treasurer of such commission and shall be deposited by said treasurer
to the account of such commission. Except for the gross profits of any commission racing day
and the commission greyhound wagering fee referable to greyhound racing on such day that may
be set aside for specific public entities or charitable organizations pursuant to Section
11-65-30.1(c), all such moneys to which a commission shall be entitled that remain after (i)
the payment of all expenses incurred in the administration of this chapter, including (without
limitation thereto) the payment of the salaries and expenses of the members and employees
of such commission, and (ii) the deposit into the breeding fund of all...
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Section 45-49-120.06 Personnel board. (a)(1) The personnel board shall consist of five members
designated respectively as Member 1, Member 2, Member 3, Member 4, and Member 5, each of whom
shall be over 19 years of age, of recognized good character and ability, a qualified elector
of Mobile County, and shall not, when appointed nor for three years then next preceding the
date of his or her appointment have held elective public office, nor have been a candidate
for public office. If any person actively solicits a position on the board, the committee,
for this reason, shall refuse to consider his or her appointment. After May 15, 2009, each
member shall be a resident of his or her respective district, as hereinafter provided, at
the time of his or her appointment and for the duration of his or her term; provided however,
that those members in office on May 15, 2009, may serve out the remainder of their then unexpired
term without regard to their respective districts of residence. Members...
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