Section 11-89C-2 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following words and phrases shall
have the following meanings: (1) AGRICULTURAL LAND. Any real property classified or assessed
as agricultural or forest land for property tax purposes. (2) COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. Any real
property that is not residential property, as defined in this section, or has not specifically
been exempted from the fee provisions set out in Section 11-89C-9(d)(1). (3) GOVERNING BODY.
The governing body of a county or municipality in the state which is now or may hereafter
be specifically designated in 40 C.F.R. Part 122, including, but not limited to, any appendices
or revisions promulgated by EPA in conjunction with any expansion of the agency's municipal
separate storm sewer system program (e.g. Phase III, Phase IV, and/or equivalent expansions),
or by ADEM pursuant to the authority delegated to it under the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C.
§1251 et seq. (4) GREENFIELD. Any real property not previously...
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Section 11-89C-9 Powers of governing bodies. (a) A governing body shall proceed under this
chapter as a participant in the public corporation or individually, to adopt upon reasonable
public notice and following public hearing all necessary rules and regulations by resolution
or ordinance to implement this chapter and to specifically regulate and control storm water
discharges and eliminate the discharge of pollutants to its municipal separate storm sewers.
Provided, however, that all discharges originating from any lands or facilities owned or operated
by one or more entities under the jurisdiction and supervision of the Alabama Public Service
Commission are exempted from regulation under any local storm water management program and
shall be regulated exclusively by ADEM. Further, any commission non-jurisdictional electric
supplier, as defined by Section 37-4-140, whose service area extends beyond the boundaries
of a single municipal or county jurisdiction shall be exempted from the...
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Section 11-89C-1 Legislative findings and intent. (a) The Legislature finds and declares that
it is in the public interest and the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of this state
and within the police power of the state, county, and municipal governments to promote effective
and efficient compliance with federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and permits relating
to discharges into and from municipal separate storm sewers, and to promote and authorize
the discovery, control, and elimination, wherever practicable, of that discharge at the local
government level. (b) It is the intention of the Legislature by passage of this chapter to
assist the state in its implementation of the storm water laws, and to supplement the authority
of the governing bodies of all counties and municipalities in the state to enable them to
implement the storm water laws. (c) It is further the intention of the Legislature to authorize
and promote the intercooperation of the governing bodies in...
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Section 11-89C-4 Powers of public corporation; requirements for development or adoption of
rules, procedures, ordinances, etc. (a) When expressly required to comply with storm water
laws, any public corporation created pursuant to this chapter shall have the following powers:
(1) To establish, maintain, and operate an organizational structure pursuant to this chapter,
its original or amended certification, and its bylaws or other rules of procedure, that will
enable it to implement the storm water laws for and on behalf of any governing body that exercises
the option to participate in or with a public corporation, provided that no new or greater
authorities or powers other than those specifically granted to the governing bodies are conferred
upon any public corporation formed pursuant to this chapter. Except for the authority provided
in subdivision (20), authority to enforce the storm water laws is retained wholly and exclusively
to the governing bodies and may not be further...
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Section 40-23-4 Exemptions. (a) There are exempted from the provisions of this division and
from the computation of the amount of the tax levied, assessed, or payable under this division
the following: (1) The gross proceeds of the sales of lubricating oil and gasoline as defined
in Sections 40-17-30 and 40-17-170 and the gross proceeds from those sales of lubricating
oil destined for out-of-state use which are transacted in a manner whereby an out-of-state
purchaser takes delivery of such oil at a distributor's plant within this state and transports
it out-of-state, which are otherwise taxed. (2) The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales,
of fertilizer when used for agricultural purposes. The word "fertilizer" shall not
be construed to include cottonseed meal, when not in combination with other materials. (3)
The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales, of seeds for planting purposes and baby chicks and
poults. Nothing herein shall be construed to exempt or exclude from the computation of...
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Section 37-11A-1 Execution and text of compact. The Governor, on behalf of this state, shall
execute a compact, in substantially the following form, with the State of Mississippi, and
the Legislature approves and ratifies the compact in the form substantially as follows: Northeast
Mississippi - Northwest Alabama Railroad Authority Compact. The contracting states solemnly
agree: Article I. The purpose of this compact is to promote and develop trade, commerce, industry,
and employment opportunities for the public good and welfare in northeast Mississippi and
northwest Alabama through the establishment of a joint interstate authority to acquire certain
railroad properties and facilities which the operator thereof has notified the Interstate
Commerce Commission of an intention to abandon and which are located in any of Franklin, Marion,
or Winston Counties, Alabama or in Alcorn or Tishomingo Counties, Mississippi. Article II.
This compact shall become effective immediately as to the State...
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Section 11-80-15 Regulation of fertilizer. (a) A county commission or municipal governing body
may not adopt or continue in effect any ordinance, rule, or resolution regulating the registration,
packaging, labeling, sale, distribution, transportation, storage, or application of fertilizers.
The entire subject matter of the foregoing shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Department
of Agriculture and Industries. (b) For purposes of this section, the term fertilizer means
any substance containing one or more recognized plant nutrients which is used for its plant
nutrient content and which is designed for use or claimed to have value in promoting plant
growth, except unmanipulated animal and vegetable manures, marl, lime, limestone, wood ashes,
boiler ashes produced by the pulp and paper or the electric utility industry, and similar
products exempted by regulation of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries. (c) This
section shall not affect, supersede, or override any zoning...
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Section 11-3A-2 Powers for public welfare, health, and safety; authorization; scope. (a) Except
where otherwise specifically prohibited or provided for either heretofore or hereafter by
general law or the constitution of this state and subject to the procedures and limitations
set out in this chapter, the county commission of a county may provide for its property and
affairs; and for the public welfare, health, and safety of the citizens throughout the unincorporated
areas of the county by exercising certain powers for the protection of the county and public
property under its control. The powers granted herein to provide for the public welfare, health,
and safety of its citizens shall only include the following: (1) Abatement of weeds as a public
nuisance as defined in Section 11-67-60. (2) Subject to the provisions of Section 6-5-127,
control of animals and animal nuisances. (3) Control of litter as defined in subsection (b)
of Section 13A-7-29, or rubbish as defined in subdivision...
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Section 11-99A-2 Definitions. In this chapter the following words shall have the following
meanings: (1) APPOINTING GOVERNMENT. The municipality or county that approves the creation
of a district and appoints members to the board. (2) BOARD. The board of directors of a district.
(3) CONTIGUOUS. Two tracts of land if touching for a continuous distance of not less than
200 feet. The term includes tracts of land divided by bodies of water, streets, railroad,
or utility rights-of-way, or by land owned by any public person. In determining whether land
is contiguous with a municipality, (i) land separated by bodies of water, streets, or railroad,
or utility rights-of-way is contiguous even though the bodies of water, streets, or rights-of-way
are within the city limits of another municipality and (ii) land separated by land owned by
a public person is not contiguous if the land owned by the public person is within the city
limits of another municipality. (4) COUNCIL. The governing body of a...
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Section 11-88-1 Definitions. When used in this article, the following words and phrases shall
have the following meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
(1) APPLICANT. A natural person who files a written application with the governing body of
any county in accordance with the provisions of Section 11-88-3. (2) AUTHORITY. A public corporation
organized pursuant to the provisions of this article. (3) BOARD. The board of directors of
an authority. (4) BONDS. Bonds, notes, and certificates representing an obligation to pay
money. (5) CONCISE LEGAL DESCRIPTION. A reasonably concise description of a particular geographic
area which may be by metes and bounds or by reference to government surveys, recorded maps
and plats, municipal, county, or state boundary lines, well-defined landmarks and other monuments,
or any combination of the foregoing. (6) COUNTY. Any county in the state. (7) DETERMINING
COUNTY. Any county the governing body of which shall have made...
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