Code of Alabama

Search for this:
 Search these answers
81 through 90 of 572 similar documents, best matches first.
<<previous   Page: 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14   next>>

Section 41-21-1 Distribution of sets of state code to agencies, departments, etc., by Secretary
of State. (a) It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State, on publication and delivery
to the state, to transmit sets of the Code of Alabama 1975, and supplements or replacement
volumes thereof, subject to subsection (b), to all of the following agencies, departments,
institutions, bureaus, boards, commissions, and offices: (1) One set to the law library of
Congress. (2) One set to the custodian of the law library of the court of last resort of every
state and territory for exchange upon the approval of the state law librarian of the request
therefor. (3) One set to the library of the University of Alabama and one set to the Land
Commissioner of the University of Alabama. (4) One set to each member of the Legislature,
the Lieutenant Governor, the Clerk of the House of Representatives, and the Secretary of the
Senate. (5) One set to the library of each junior college, trade school,... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-2-242.20 Levy of tax; disposition of funds. Pursuant to Amendment No. 319 to the
Constitution of Alabama of 1901, the Baldwin County Commission may levy, in addition to any
other tax, an ad valorem tax in the amount of one mill on each dollar of taxable property
in the county, beginning with the tax year commencing October 1, 1993. Monies realized from
this tax will be used to meet minimum requirements, standards, and guidelines of each library's
respective governing bodies and to encourage resource and information sharing through a mutual
library network including public, school and college libraries, and to provide for expanding
technology in order to improve access to information. Funds shall be distributed as follows:
(1) Ten percent to Faulkner State Community College. (2) Thirty percent to the Baldwin County
Board of Education to be distributed to each school library, based on enrollment and shall
be in addition to and not in lieu of other funds. (3) Thirty percent to... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-31-241 Levy of tax for public school purposes. (a) In order to provide funds for
the benefit of the public schools in Geneva County, the Geneva County Commission or other
governing body of Geneva County is hereby authorized to levy and to provide for the assessment
and collection of any sales and use taxes generally paralleling the state sales and use taxes
in Geneva County or in any portion thereof as hereinafter provided, which tax or taxes shall
be in addition to any and all other county taxes heretofore or hereafter authorized by law
in Geneva County. Any such tax may be levied in Geneva County as a whole or there may be excluded
from the levy of any such tax, in the discretion of the governing body, any sales or use which
shall take place in any incorporated municipality in Geneva County in which the general administration
and supervision of public schools shall be vested in a city board of education. Such governing
body may, in its discretion, submit the question of... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-13-301 Definitions. The following terms as used in this article shall have the following
meanings: (1) BOARD. Any county board of education and any city board of education. (2) COSTS.
When used with reference to or in connection with any public school facility or any portion
thereof, all or any part of the costs of acquiring, constructing, altering, enlarging, extending,
reconstructing, or remodeling such facility, including (i) the costs of all lands, structures,
real or personal property, rights, rights-of-way, franchises, easements, permits, licenses
and interests acquired or used for, in connection with or with respect to such public school
facility; (ii) the costs of demolishing or removing any buildings or structures on land so
acquired, including the costs of acquiring land to which such buildings or structures may
be moved; (iii) the costs of all machinery, equipment, furniture, furnishings, fixtures, and
tangible and intangible personal property acquired or used... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-16B-1 Short title; electronic textbooks; wireless electronic devices; rule making
authority; implementation plan; Alabama Ahead Oversight Committee. (a) This chapter shall
be known and may be cited as the Alabama Ahead Act. (b)(1) Commencing with the 2016-2017 school
year, students may be provided textbooks in electronic format . Textbooks in electronic format
may be available to schools under the jurisdiction of those local boards of education which
choose to participate in Alabama Ahead, to the extent practicable and funding is obtainable,
to provide students with resources in the following three areas: a. Wireless broadband access
via high-quality WiFi infrastructure in schools, as a first priority pursuant to Section 16-6B-2.1.
b. Upgrades, expansions, and maintenance of existing WiFi infrastructure. c. Devices, digital
content, management systems, debt service, or support. (2) Digital textbooks or other instructional
materials provided in electronic format may also be... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 21-3A-4 Composition; appointment and duties of members. (a) For the purposes of implementing
this chapter, the Governor shall appoint the Interagency Coordinating Council. The council
shall consist of not less than 15 members nor more than the number allowed by regulation.
(b) The Governor shall designate a member of the council to serve as the chair, or shall require
the council to designate a member to serve as the chair. (c) The council shall be composed
as follows: (1) At least 20 percent of the members shall be parents, including minority parents,
of infants and toddlers with disabilities or children with disabilities aged 12 or younger.
At least one member shall be a parent of an infant or toddler with a disability or a child
with a disability aged 6 or younger. (2) At least 20 percent of the members shall be public
or private providers of early intervention services. (3) One representative from the Alabama
Legislature. (4) One person involved in personnel preparation.... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 26-24-33 County children's policy councils - Generally. (a) A county children's policy
council is hereby created in each county of the state. The county children's policy council
shall consist of the following members: A juvenile court judge in each county; the county
director of the Department of Human Resources; a county representative of the Department of
Mental Health; a county representative of the Department of Youth Services; a county representative
of the Department of Rehabilitation Services, the Medicaid Agency, the Alabama State Law Enforcement
Agency, and the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, provided they have a physical presence in
the county; the county superintendent of education and any city superintendent of education
in the county; the county chief juvenile probation officer; a representative of the county
health department; the district attorney; local legislators; the chair of the county commission;
the sheriff, and at least seven persons to be appointed by... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-24-70 Qualifications of applicants. (a) The following constitute the requirements
for the issuance of a certificate of qualification for a license to practice medicine in this
state: (1) MEDICAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT. All applicants for a certificate of qualification
shall present a diploma or evidence of graduation from any of the following institutions:
a. A college of medicine or school of medicine accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical
Education of the American Medical Association. b. A college of osteopathy accredited by the
American Osteopathic Association. c. A college of medicine or school of medicine not accredited
by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education which is approved by the Board of Medical Examiners.
The board may, within its discretion, withhold approval of any college of medicine not designated
in either a., or b., above which: 1. Has had its accreditation withdrawn by a national or
regional accreditation organization; or 2. Has had its... - 17K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 36-25A-7 Executive sessions. (a) Executive sessions are not required by this chapter,
but may be held by a governmental body only for the following purposes: (1) To discuss the
general reputation and character, physical condition, professional competence, or mental health
of individuals, or, subject to the limitations set out herein, to discuss the job performance
of certain public employees. However, except as provided elsewhere in this section, discussions
of the job performance of specific public officials or specific public employees may not be
discussed in executive session if the person is an elected or appointed public official, an
appointed member of a state or local board or commission, or a public employee who is one
of the classification of public employees required to file a statement of economic interests
with the Alabama Ethics Commission pursuant to Section 36-25-14. Except as provided elsewhere
in this section, the salary, compensation, and job benefits of... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-37-123.134 Purchase of permissive service credit. (a) In general. If a member makes
one or more contributions to the plan to purchase permissive service credit under the plan,
the requirements of § 415, Internal Revenue Code, shall be treated as met with respect to
these contributions if: (1) The requirements of § 415(b), Internal Revenue Code, are met,
determined by treating the accrued benefit derived from all such contributions as an annual
benefit for purposes of § 415(b), Internal Revenue Code, provided, however, the plan shall
not fail to meet the reduced limit under § 415(b)(2)(C), Internal Revenue Code, solely by
reason of this section; or (2) The requirements of § 415(c), Internal Revenue Code, are met,
determined by treating all such contributions as annual additions for purposes of § 415(c),
Internal Revenue Code, provided, however, the plan shall not fail to meet the percentage limitation
under § 415(c)(1)(B), Internal Revenue Code, solely by reason of... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

81 through 90 of 572 similar documents, best matches first.
<<previous   Page: 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14   next>>