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Section 11-47-170 Acquisition of lands, easements, etc., by municipality; limitations on condemnation.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (b), whenever in the judgment of the council,
commission, or other governing body of a city or town it may be necessary or expedient for
the carrying out and full exercise of any power granted by the applicable provisions of this
title or any other applicable provision of law, the town or city shall have full power and
authority to acquire by purchase the necessary lands or rights, easements, or interests therein,
thereunder, or thereover or, for the purposes for which private property may be acquired by
condemnation, may proceed to condemn the same in the manner provided by this article, or by
the general laws of this state governing the taking of lands or the acquiring of interests
therein for the uses for which private property may be taken, and such proceedings shall be
governed in every respect by the general laws of this state... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 24-2-2 Powers of housing authorities or municipalities - Acquisition and redevelopment
of blighted property; limitations on eminent domain; definitions. (a) Any housing authority
now or hereafter established pursuant to this title, or any incorporated city or town may
carry out any work or undertaking, hereafter called a "redevelopment project": (1)
To acquire blighted property as defined in subsection (c). (2) To acquire other real property
for the purpose of removing, preventing, or reducing blight, blighting factors, or the causes
of blight, but this authority to acquire such other property shall not be construed to grant
the power of eminent domain to acquire property that is not blighted without the consent of
the owner. (3) To clear any areas acquired and install, construct, or reconstruct streets,
utilities, and site improvements essential to the preparation of sites for uses in accordance
with the redevelopment plan. (4) To sell or lease land so acquired for uses in... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-9B-3 Definitions. (a) For purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases
mean: (1) ABATE, ABATEMENT. A reduction or elimination of a taxpayer's liability for tax or
payments required to be made in lieu thereof. An abatement of transaction taxes imposed under
Chapter 23 of this title, or payments required to be made in lieu thereof, shall relieve the
seller from the obligation to collect and pay over the transaction tax as if the sale were
to a person exempt, to the extent of the abatement, from the transaction tax. (2) ALTERNATIVE
ENERGY RESOURCES. The definition given in Section 40-18-1. (3) CONSTRUCTION RELATED TRANSACTION
TAXES. The transaction taxes imposed by Chapter 23 of this title, or payments required to
be made in lieu thereof, on tangible personal property and taxable services incorporated into
an industrial development property, the cost of which may be added to capital account with
respect to the property, determined without regard to any rule which... - 19K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-26-142.03 Petition for election. (a) Upon a petition being filed in the offices
of the Judges of Probate of Elmore and Tallapoosa Counties, the judges of probate of both
counties, acting jointly, shall order an election to be held in the proposed district on the
question, or questions, on which the petition requests an election. (b) The petition shall
be signed by 50 qualified property owners which shall include owners of all parcels of property
comprising 25 percent or greater, whether considered as single contiguous parcels or combinations
of parcels, owned by a single person, firm, corporation, or other legal entity, of the acreage
located within the boundaries of the proposed district. (c) When filed in the offices of the
Judges of Probate of Elmore and Tallapoosa Counties, each petition in each county shall be
accompanied by a filing fee in the amount of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to
be applied to defray the costs of compiling a list of qualified voters.... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-41-241.01 Ad valorem tax increase. (a) As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the following meanings: (1) AMENDMENT 309. That amendment to the Constitution
that was proposed by Act 683, H. 512, 1969 Regular Session. (2) AMENDMENT 373. That amendment
to the Constitution that was proposed by Act 6, 1978 Second Special Session. (3) CONSTITUTION.
The Constitution of Alabama of 1901. (4) COUNTY. Lee County, Alabama. (5) COUNTY COMMISSION.
Lee County Commission. (6) SPECIAL TAX. The district ad valorem tax authorized in Amendment
309 and levied and collected on taxable property in the county school district in the county,
being all the area of the county lying outside the Cities of Auburn, Opelika, and Phenix City.
(b) The county presently levies and collects the special tax at a rate of fifty cents ($.50)
on each one hundred dollars ($100) (5 mills on each dollar) of assessed value pursuant to
Amendment 309 and an election held in the district on... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 6-5-341 Liability for operation or use of sport shooting range. (a) As used in this
section, the following words shall have the following meanings: (1) GOVERNMENTAL BODY. The
State of Alabama or any county or municipal governing body, agency, board, commission, committee,
council, department, district, or any other public body corporate and politic created by constitution,
statute, ordinance, rule, or order. (2) PROPERTY. Real property and buildings, structures,
and improvements thereon. (3) SPORT SHOOTING RANGE. An area designed and used for rifle shooting,
pistol shooting, trapshooting, skeetshooting, or other target shooting and related training
or practice for the purpose of sharpshooting or improving in the use of firearms. (b)(1) This
section applies to all private or public civil, injunctive, and nuisance actions. (2) Notwithstanding
any other provision of law, any person, firm, or entity who operates or uses a sport shooting
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Section 11-81-241 Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following words shall
have the following meanings: (1) COSTS OF A QUALIFIED PROJECT. All costs including, but not
limited to, the following: a. All costs of acquisition, by purchase or otherwise, construction,
assembly, installation, modification, renovation, or rehabilitation incurred in connection
with any qualified project or any part of any qualified project. b. All costs of real property,
fixtures, or personal property used in or in connection with or necessary for any qualified
project or for any facilities related thereto, including, but not limited to, the following:
1. The cost of all land, estates for years, easements, rights, improvements, water rights,
connections for utility services, fees, franchises, permits, approvals, licenses, and certificates.
2. The cost of securing any franchises, permits, approvals, licenses, or certificates. 3.
The cost of preparation of any application therefor and the cost of... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-89-7 Powers of district generally; power of district to acquire, operate, etc.,
systems, etc., outside service area; provisions in schedules of rates and charges generally.
(a) The district shall have the following powers, together with all powers incidental thereto
or necessary to the discharge thereof in corporate form: (1) To have succession by its corporate
name for the duration of time (which may be perpetuity, subject to the provisions of Section
11-89-17) specified in its certificate of incorporation; (2) To sue and be sued in its own
name in civil actions, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, and to defend civil actions
against it; (3) To adopt and make use of a corporate seal and to alter the same at pleasure;
(4) To adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs and business;
(5) To acquire, receive, and take, by purchase, gift, lease, devise, or otherwise, and to
hold property of every description, real, personal, or mixed, whether... - 11K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-99B-11 Establishment and revision of rentals, licenses, rates, fees, and charges
for services or facilities rendered by district. Rates, fees, charges, rentals, and licenses
for services rendered by the district or facilities provided by the district from any of its
projects shall be so fixed and, from time to time, revised as at all times to provide funds
at least sufficient, taking into account other sources for the payment thereof, to: (1) Pay
the cost of operating, maintaining, repairing, replacing, extending, and improving the project
or projects of the district. (2) Pay the principal of and the interest on all bonds issued
and obligations assumed by the district that are payable out of the revenues derived from
operation of the project or projects of the district as the said principal and interest become
due and payable. (3) Create and maintain such reserves for the foregoing purposes or any of
them as may be provided in any trust indenture executed by the district... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 39-2-1 Definitions. As used in this title, the following words shall have the meanings
ascribed to them as follows: (1) AWARDING AUTHORITY. Any governmental board, commission, agency,
body, authority, instrumentality, department, or subdivision of the state, its counties and
municipalities. This term includes, but shall not be limited to, the Department of Transportation,
the State Building Commission, the State Board of Education, and any other entity contracting
for public works. This term shall exclude the State Docks Department and any entity exempted
from the competitive bid laws of the state by statute. (2) FORCE ACCOUNT WORK. Work paid for
by reimbursing for the actual costs for labor, materials, and equipment usage incurred in
the performance of the work, as directed, including a percentage for overhead and profit,
where appropriate. (3) LIFE CYCLE COSTS. The total cost of ownership over the extended life
of a public works project, taking into consideration the costs of... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

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