Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney
General in legal actions. In addition to any other powers and functions which may be conferred
upon it by law, the department is authorized beginning October 1, 1982 to: (1) Administer
appropriate portions of Sections 9-7-10 through 9-7-20, which relate to permitting, regulatory
and enforcement functions; administer and enforce the provisions and execute the functions
of Chapter 28 of this title; Chapter 22 of this title; Article 2 of Chapter 23 of this title;
Chapter 30 of this title; appropriate portions of Article 1 of Chapter 27 of this title; Sections
22-24-1 through 22-24-11; Sections 22-25-1 through 22-25-15; and Sections 22-36-1 through
22-36-10. (2) Acting through the Environmental Management Commission, promulgate rules, regulations,
and standards in order to carry out the provisions and intent of this chapter; provided, however,
that prior to the promulgation of any state primary or...
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Section 33-15-6 Powers, duties and functions generally. The general powers, duties and functions
of the authority shall be as follows: (1) GENERAL. The authority: a. Shall have perpetual
succession in its corporate name; b. May bring civil actions and have civil actions brought
against it 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 federal,
state and local governments, with agencies of such governments and with private individuals,
corporations, associations and other organizations, including the Bear Creek Watershed Association,
Inc., whether organized under the laws of Alabama or of another state, as the board may deem
necessary or convenient to enable it to carry out the purposes of this article, which authorization
shall include without limitation contracts and cooperative arrangements with any of the several
states and with counties and municipalities in...
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Section 24-6-4 Powers and duties; fund; Sunset provision. (a) The commission, in an advisory
capacity, shall be the principal staff agency of the executive branch to provide, with the
cooperation of other departments of state governmental units, a comprehensive housing program
and procedures which include the relevance for housing programs administered by the state
and the governmental structures required to put such programs into effect. The commission,
through its administrator, shall perform all the duties and exercise all the powers and authority
relative to modular housing, manufactured buildings, manufactured housing, and pre-HUD 1976
mobile homes, heretofore vested in the Fire Marshal's Division within the State Department
of Insurance, and other implied powers. All the functions, powers, authority, and duties provided
by law, specifically, but not limited to: Sections 24-5-1 through 24-5-14; 24-5-30 through
24-5-34; and 24-4A-1 through 24-4A-7, all books, records, and supplies,...
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Section 41-23-193 Creations; functions; fee. (a) The Alabama Public Transportation Trust Fund
is created in the State Treasury for the distribution of designated funds appropriated by
the Legislature or collected from grants or other sources for the purpose of increasing public
transportation options across the State of Alabama. The trust fund shall be maintained and
administered by the department. (b) The department shall do all of the following in maintaining
and administering the trust fund: (1) Invest and reinvest all money held in the trust fund
in investments under the department's investment policies. (2) Keep books and records relating
to the investment, interest earnings, and uses of monies deposited into the trust fund. (3)
Establish procedures for the withdrawal, allocation, and use of the monies held in the trust
fund for the purposes described in Section 41-23-194. (4) Publish, on an annual basis, criteria
for determining the distribution of monies from the trust fund. (5)...
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Section 24-10-5 Duties of Department of Economic and Community Affairs. (a) The Alabama Housing
Trust Fund shall be maintained and administered by ADECA. ADECA is authorized and directed
to do all the following: (1) Invest and reinvest all money held in the trust fund in investments
under ADECA's investment policies, pending its use for the purposes described in Section 24-10-6.
(2) Keep books and records relating to the investment, interest earnings, and uses of monies
deposited into the trust fund. (3) Establish procedures for the withdrawal, allocation, and
use of the monies held in the trust fund for the purposes described in Section 24-10-6. (4)
Publish, on an annual basis, criteria for determining the distribution of funds. (5) Conduct
an annual independent audit of the trust fund. (6) Prepare, in collaboration with the advisory
committee, an annual performance report, which shall be provided to the Governor, Speaker
of the House of Representatives, and the President Pro Tempore...
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Section 41-16-123 Provisions applicable to certain property held by division. This section
shall apply only to that property that has been held by the division for a period of not less
than 60 days from the date the property is first published in the list of surplus property,
as set out in subsection (b) of Section 41-16-121, and not purchased by any eligible entity
as set out in subsection (e) of Section 41-16-120 as follows: (1) All contracts made by or
on behalf of the State of Alabama or a department, board, bureau, commission, institution,
corporation, or agency thereof, of whatever nature for the sale or disposal of tangible personal
property owned by the State of Alabama, other than the following: a. Alcoholic beverages.
b. Products of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind. c. Barter arrangements of the state
prison system. d. Books. e. School supplies. f. Food. g. Property used in vocational projects.
h. Livestock. i. Property owned by any state college or university,...
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Section 41-18-1 Text. Article I. Findings and Purposes. (a) The party states find that the
South has a sense of community based on common social, cultural and economic needs and fostered
by a regional tradition. There are vast potentialities for mutual improvement of each state
in the region by cooperative planning for the development, conservation and efficient utilization
of human and natural resources in a geographic area large enough to afford a high degree of
flexibility in identifying and taking maximum advantage of opportunities for healthy and beneficial
growth. The independence of each state and the special needs of subregions are recognized
and are to be safeguarded. Accordingly, the cooperation resulting from this agreement is intended
to assist the states in meeting their own problems by enhancing their abilities to recognize
and analyze regional opportunities and take account of regional influences in planning and
implementing their public policies. (b) The purposes of...
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Section 11-65-10 Powers and duties of commission. When authorized by one or more elections
as provided in Section 11-65-4, a commission shall have the powers and duties necessary to
license, regulate, and supervise horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon and greyhound
racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon within the commission municipal jurisdiction, including,
without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the powers and duties hereinafter set forth
in this section or in other sections of this chapter. (1) A commission shall have succession
in perpetuity, subject only to the provisions of this chapter as it may be amended from time
to time. (2) A commission shall have the power to sue and be sued in its own name in civil
suits and actions and to defend suits against it. (3) A commission shall have the power to
adopt and make use of an official seal and to alter the same at pleasure. (4) A commission
shall have the power to adopt, alter, and repeal bylaws, regulations and...
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Section 22-38-6 Priorities for all nonpoint source pollution control; administration of grants
in accordance with priorities; committee to provide information to department as to progress
in water quality. The overall state plan for nonpoint source pollution control shall establish
priorities for all nonpoint source pollution control. The committee shall administer agricultural,
nonpoint source pollution control cost-share grants to landusers in accordance with the priorities
encompassed in the agricultural component of the plan developed for the state by the department
in cooperation with the committee and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. All
information requested of the committee shall be provided to the department for use in reporting
to the Environmental Protection Agency on the state's progress in water quality as it relates
to agricultural nonpoint source pollution. (Acts 1988, No. 88-602, p. 939, §6.)...
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Section 41-4-97 Annual report by certain state agencies regarding receipt of federal funds.
(a) For the purposes of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
(1) FEDERAL RECEIPTS. Federal financial assistance received or administered from federal entities
in the form of grants, loans, loan guarantees, property, cooperative agreements, interest
subsidies, insurance, food commodities, direct appropriations, other assistance, and amounts
received as reimbursement for services rendered to individuals, that is reported as part of
a single audit. (2) SINGLE AUDIT. An audit, as described under 31 U.S.C. § 7502(d), of a
non-federal entity that includes the entity's financial statements and federal awards. (3)
STATE AGENCY. An agency, department, authority, bureau, commission, or other administrative
office of the state, including the legislative and judicial branches of state government.
This term does not include a professional licensing board of the state. (b) A...
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