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Section 40-17-359 Distribution and use of proceeds. (a) For the purpose of this section, the
following terms shall have the meanings ascribed below: (1) BASE ANNUAL COUNTY DISTRIBUTION.
Five hundred fifty thousand dollars ($550,000). (2) COST OF COLLECTION. The amounts from the
proceeds of the highway gasoline tax that may be appropriated by the Legislature to the department
for its operating expenses. (3) COUNTY. Each county in the state. (4) FISCAL YEAR. The fiscal
year of the state. (5) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. The Department of Transportation of the
state. (6) HIGHWAY GASOLINE TAX. Both of the following: a. The excise tax levied under subdivision
(1) of subsection (a) of Section 40-17-325, with the exception of those portions of the tax
levied on aviation fuel and marine gasoline. b. The excise tax levied by Sections 40-17-140
to 40-17-155, inclusive, except that portion of the tax imposed on diesel fuel. (7) LOCAL
SUBDIVISIONS' SHARES OF THE NET TAX PROCEEDS. The 55 percent... - 28K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-9-432 Powers generally. The commission shall be authorized: (1) To investigate and
select an available site for housing the exhibits, including the surrounding grounds, in cooperation
with the Department of the Army and the community, taking into consideration all pertinent
factors affecting the suitability of such site; (2) To acquire by rent or lease agreement
or otherwise the necessary housing facilities and to establish, improve and enlarge the available
facility, including providing it with necessary equipment, furnishings, landscaping and related
facilities, including parking areas and ramps, roadways, sewers, curbs and gutters; (3) To
enter into such contracts and cooperative agreements with the local, state and federal governments,
with agencies of such governments, including the Department of the Army and the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration, with private individuals, corporations, associations and other organizations
as the commission may deem... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-7-14 Coastal Area Board - Created; composition; qualifications, appointment, term
of office and compensation of members; officers; meetings; seal; powers and duties generally;
executive director and employees; technical assistance to board; acceptance, use and disposition
of funds, facilities, etc. (a) through (g) Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 82-612, p. 1111, ยง14(b),
effective October 1, 1982. (h) The board shall have authority to solicit, accept and expend
funds from the state, the United States and from any other source, to carry out provisions,
purposes and policies of this chapter. (i) The board shall coordinate activities and plans
of all existing interests, other state governments, local governments, regional planning agencies,
interstate compacts and commissions and federal agencies which have programs relevant to the
coastal area. (j) When necessary to achieve conformance with the management program provided
for in Section 9-7-15, the board shall have the power to... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-1-46 Farm-to-school procurement processes and procedures. (a) This section shall
be known and may be cited as the Farm-To-School Procurement Act. (b) For the purposes of this
section, unprocessed agricultural products means only those agricultural products that retain
their inherent character. The effects of any of the following handling and preservation techniques
shall not be considered as changing an agricultural product into a product of a different
inherent character: Cooling, refrigerating, freezing; size adjustment through size reduction
made by peeling, slicing, dicing, cutting, chopping, shucking, and grinding; drying or dehydration,
or both; washing; the application of high water pressure or cold pasteurization; packaging,
such as placing eggs in cartons, and vacuum packing and bagging, such as placing vegetables
in bags; butchering livestock, fish, and poultry; and the pasteurization of milk. (c)(1) The
Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries and the... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 31-9A-5 Director of Homeland Security. (a) The position of Director of Homeland Security
is created. The director shall be the head of the department. The director shall be appointed
by and hold office at the pleasure of the Governor and shall be subject to confirmation by
the Senate. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any person holding the position of director on
June 18, 2003, shall not be subject to confirmation by the Senate. The director shall devote
his or her entire time to the duties of office and shall be subject to Chapter 25, Title 36,
the Alabama Ethics Law. The salary of the director shall be set by the Governor. (b) The director,
subject to the direction and authority of the Governor, shall be the executive head of the
department and shall be responsible to the Governor for coordinating, designing, and implementing
Alabama's program for homeland security. The director shall be the principal point of contact
for and to the Governor with respect to homeland security... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-23-35 Disposition of revenues from tax. (a) Such amount of money as shall be appropriated
for each fiscal year by the Legislature to the Department of Revenue with which to pay the
salaries, the cost of operation and management of the department shall be deducted, as a first
charge thereon, from the taxes collected under the provisions of this division; provided,
that the expenditure of the sum so appropriated shall be budgeted and allotted pursuant to
Article 4 of Chapter 4 of Title 41, and limited to the amount appropriated to defray the expenses
of operating the department for each fiscal year. After the payment of the expenses, so much
of the amount remaining as may be necessary, after first applying all sums of money received
by reason of the application of the surplus in the income tax as provided by Section 40-18-58,
for the replacement in the public school fund of the three-mill constitutional levy for schools
and in the General Fund of the one-mill levy for... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-81-21 Investment of funds obligation in which sinking funds may be invested. Any
municipal funds or county funds not presently needed for other purposes may be invested in
any obligations in which sinking funds are now authorized to be invested, pursuant to Section
11-81-19, and in addition in any of the following: (1) Direct obligations of (including obligations
issued or held in book entry form on the books of) the Department of the Treasury of the United
States of America; (2) Obligations of any of the following federal agencies, which obligations
represent the full faith and credit of the United States of America: a. Farmers Home Administration.
b. General Services Administration. c. U. S. Maritime Administration. d. Small Business Administration.
e. Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA). f. U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD). g. Federal Housing Administration (FHA). (3) U. S. dollar denominated deposit
accounts and certificates of deposit... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-28-4 Powers and duties of secretary. The secretary shall have all of the following
powers and duties: (1) Develop a comprehensive four-year strategic plan for the state's information
technology to include acquisition, management, and use of information technology by state
agencies. The plan shall be developed in conjunction with the planning and budgeting processes
for state agencies and may include review of state agencies' information technology plans,
capital budgets, and operating budgets as appropriate to accomplish the goals of reducing
redundant expenditures and maximizing the return on information technology investments. The
plan shall be updated annually and submitted to the Governor and shall be presented during
a public meeting to the Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee on Information Technology.
The plan shall further be coordinated with the Boards of Directors of the Alabama Supercomputer
Authority. (2) Collaborate and coordinate with the Division of Data... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-5A-6 Chief examiner - Recovery audits for overpayments of state funds. (a) For the
purposes of this section, the following words have the following meanings: (1) CHIEF EXAMINER.
The Chief Examiner of Public Accounts. (2) OVERPAYMENT. Any payment in excess of amounts due
and includes failure to meet eligibility requirements, failure to identify third party liability
where applicable, any payment for an ineligible good or service, any payment for a good or
service not received, duplicate payments, invoice and pricing errors, failure to apply discounts,
rebates, or other allowances, failure to comply with contracts or purchasing agreements, or
both, failure to provide adequate documentation or necessary signatures, or both, on documents,
or any other inadvertent error resulting in overpayment. (3) RECOVERY AUDIT. A financial management
technique used to identify overpayments made by a state agency with respect to individuals,
vendors, service providers, and other entities in... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-6A-4 Departmental functions; clearinghouse for energy data. The programs and activities
of the department shall include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) To develop and
promulgate a state energy policy; (2) To report regularly to the Governor and annually to
the Legislature on the programs and activities of the department and to recommend needed changes
in law or administrative practice; (3) To periodically assess state energy requirements, and
to coordinate with the state geologists, the State Oil and Gas Board, and other parties and
with appropriate governmental agencies in their determination of available energy supplies
and their capacities and their development; (4) To formulate and update annually a comprehensive
state energy management program which shall identify alternative ways in which projected demands
for all forms of energy may be met; (5) To formulate and update annually a contingency plan
to provide for adequate energy supplies during any energy... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

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