Section 22-38-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter the following words and phrases
shall have the following meaning: (1) COMMITTEE. The Alabama State Soil and Water Conservation
Committee. (2) COST-SHARE FUNDS or COST-SHARE GRANTS. Any federal financial assistance for
landusers received by the department or other state agencies to support implementation of
agricultural nonpoint source pollution control. Such funds shall include federal match and
nonfederal match funds. (3) DEPARTMENT. The Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
(4) LANDUSER. Any person, individual, partnership, company, corporation or other legal entity
who qualifies for the receipt of cost-share funds from the Alabama state soil and water conservation
committee in accordance with all applicable rules, regulations or practices. (5) PLAN. The
state nonpoint source management program for the control of discharges of pollution from nonpoint
sources to waters of the state and for improving the quality of...
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Section 22-38-4 Administration of federal funds by committee; transfer of federal funds received
by other state agencies to committee; application to Legislature for matching funds; coordination
of use of funds. All federal funds available to state agencies for financial assistance through
cost-share grants to landusers for agricultural nonpoint source pollution control shall be
administered by the committee. State agencies other than the committee which receive federal
cost-share funds designated for use by agricultural operations to control associated nonpoint
source pollution shall effect the necessary agreements to transfer these funds to the committee.
The committee shall make application to the Legislature for appropriation of state funds required
to match such federal funds and for appropriation of other necessary state funds and shall
coordinate the use of water quality financial assistance or cost-share funds to landusers
with other state appropriated soil and water...
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Section 22-38-3 Legislative intent. In order to further the efficient and effective administration
of programs related to agricultural nonpoint sources of pollution it is hereby declared to
be the intent of the Legislature to have federal cost-sharing funds provided to the state
and administered by state agencies for control of agricultural nonpoint sources of pollution
through financial assistance or cost-share grants to landusers to be administered by the committee
and soil and water conservation districts. (Acts 1988, No. 88-602, p. 939, §3.)...
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Section 33-18-1 Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama hereby agrees
to the following interstate compact known as the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact:
Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact The States of Alabama and Georgia and the United
States of America hereby agree to the following compact which shall become effective upon
enactment of concurrent legislation by each respective state legislature and the Congress
of the United States. Short Title This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa
River Basin Compact" and shall be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACT
Compact" or "compact." Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States
of Alabama and Georgia and the United States of America has been entered into for the purposes
of promoting interstate comity, removing causes of present and future controversies, equitably
apportioning the surface waters of the ACT, engaging in water planning,...
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Section 33-19-1 Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama
hereby agrees to the following interstate compact known as the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint
River Basin Compact: Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact The States of Alabama,
Florida and Georgia and the United States of America hereby agree to the following compact
which shall become effective upon enactment of concurrent legislation by each respective state
legislature and the Congress of the United States. Short Title This Act shall be known and
may be cited as the "Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact" and shall
be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACF Compact" or "compact."
Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States of Alabama, Florida and Georgia and
the United States of America has been entered into for the purposes of promoting interstate
comity, removing causes of present and future controversies, equitably apportioning the...
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Section 9-8-22 State Soil and Water Conservation Committee. (a) There is hereby established,
to serve as an agency of the state and to perform the functions conferred upon it in this
article, the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee. (b) This committee shall consist
of nine persons: The Director of the State Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service, the
Director of the State Agricultural Experiment Station, the Supervisor of Vocational Agricultural
Education and six members who are soil and water conservation district supervisors, to be
appointed by the Governor, one such appointive member from each of the six major geographical
areas of the state as such areas are designated on January 1, 1972, by the State Association
of Soil and Water Conservation district supervisors. The appointive members of the committee
shall hold office for a term of three years and until their successors are appointed. Such
members shall be appointed by the Governor from a list containing the names...
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Section 9-2-3 Powers and duties as to state parks and parkways, etc. The Department of Conservation
and Natural Resources, for the purpose of establishing, developing and maintaining state parks
and parkways, may acquire land by donation, purchase, condemnation or lease and for these
purposes may use such funds as may be available to it and not otherwise obligated and may
enter into agreements with the federal government or other agencies for acquiring by lease,
purchase or otherwise such lands as in its judgment are desirable for state parks or parkways.
As to the purchase of lands, such agreements may provide for a division of the payments over
a period of years, in which case the payments may be secured by mortgage; provided, that no
liability shall attach to the State of Alabama or any of its departments, boards, bureaus
or commissions or any member or official thereof if the security specifically given in any
such mortgage is insufficient to pay said mortgage at a forced sale or...
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Section 9-10C-4 Alabama Drought Assessment and Planning Team. (a) There is created the Alabama
Drought Assessment and Planning Team (ADAPT) consisting of the following members: (1) The
Office of Water Resources Division Director or his or her designated representative. (2) The
AEMA Director or his or her designated representative. (3) The ADEM Director or his or her
designated representative. (4) The Alabama Adjutant General or his or her designated representative.
(5) The AGI Commissioner or his or her designated representative. (6) The ADCNR Commissioner
or his or her designated representative. (7) The Alabama State Forester or his or her designated
representative. (8) The State Geologist of Alabama or his or her designated representative.
(9) The State Climatologist of Alabama or his or her designated representative. (10) The Chair
of the Drought Monitoring and Impact Group (MIG) Subcommittee. (11) A representative from
Choctawhatchee Pea River Watershed Authority. (12) Two members...
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Section 9-8A-1 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication herein
otherwise, have the following respective meanings: (1) ALLOCATED FUNDS. That portion of the
funds appropriated to the commission that are allocated by the commission to the soil and
water conservation district in each county of the state. (2) AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS. Bonds
or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, the United States of America or the state, or interest
bearing bank and savings and loan association deposits or obligations, obligations of any
agency of the United States of America, any obligations in which a state chartered savings
and loan association may invest its funds, any agreement to repurchase any of the foregoing,
or any thereof. (3) COMMISSION. The Alabama Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission
organized pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of Alabama...
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Section 33-12-5 Powers, duties and functions. The powers, duties and functions of the agency
shall be as follows: (1) GENERALLY. The agency a. Shall have perpetual succession in its corporate
name. b. May sue and be sued in its corporate name. c. May adopt, use and alter a corporate
seal, which shall be judicially noticed. d. May enter into such contracts and cooperative
agreements with the federal, state and local governments, with agencies of such governments,
with private individuals, corporations, associations, trusts and other organizations as the
board may deem necessary or convenient to enable it to carry out the purposes of this chapter,
including the planned, orderly residential development of the area. e. May adopt, amend and
repeal bylaws. f. May appoint such managers, officers, employees, attorneys and agents as
the board deems necessary for the transaction of its business, fix their compensation, define
their duties, require bonds of such of them as the board may...
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