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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.)... - 858 bytes - Match Info - Similar pages

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... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

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.)... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

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... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

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... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 29-2-1 Legislative findings and intent. The Legislature hereby finds and declares as
follows: improving the efficiency, cost effectiveness and performance of all branches of government
can only be achieved with proper oversight, accountability, and transparency in government
decision making and processes for service delivery; a long-range program of highway development
and maintenance in Alabama (herein "the state") is vital to the safety of the traveling
public as well as the industrial and agricultural growth of the state; the highway system
in the state must be adequate to meet expanding needs; highway construction, maintenance,
and administration to support such a system should include long-range planning, soundness
in scope of the highway program, efficient performance, and fiscal responsibility in both
policy and planning; the use of a long-range highway program will further the judicious expenditure
of highway funds, will promote the public safety and convenience, will... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-61C-3 Legislative intent - Program to augment science curriculum; administration
of program. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Alabama Science in Motion Program
shall augment the science curriculum of the public schools and be administered such that:
(1) The ASIM Program complement, enhance and facilitate the implementation of the Alabama
Course of Study: Science. (2) The State Superintendent of Education annually makes every effort
practical to expose the ASIM Program to the maximum number of students enrolled in science
coursework, regardless of the students' prior achievement levels in science or other academic
coursework. (3) Each of the core sciences covered under the ASIM Program be standardized among
the several networks, in terms of the scientific equipment that is utilized, the content of
instruction presented in the classroom and in the content and the extent of the staff development
training offered to science teachers. In the development of both the... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-22-9 Powers and duties; enforcement of orders; permits; civil penalties for violations.
(a) It shall be the duty of the commission to control pollution in the waters of the state,
and it shall specifically have the following powers: (1) To study and investigate all problems
concerned with the improvement and conservation of the waters of the state; (2) To conduct,
independently and in cooperation with others, studies, investigation and research and to prepare,
or in cooperation with others prepare, a program or programs, any or all of which shall pertain
to the purity and conservation of the waters of the state or to the treatment and disposal
of pollutants or other wastes, which studies, investigations, research and program or programs
shall be intended to result in the reduction of pollution of the waters of the state according
to the conditions and particular circumstances existing in the various communities throughout
the state; and (3) To propose remedial measures... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-28-23 Local air pollution control programs. (a) Except as provided in this section,
it is the intention of this chapter to occupy by preemption the field of air pollution control
within all areas of the State of Alabama. However, nothing in this section shall be construed
to limit or abrogate any private remedies now available to any person for the alleviation,
abatement, control, correction, or prevention of air pollution or restitution for damage resulting
therefrom. (b) Subject to the provisions of this section, each municipal governing body which
had municipal ordinances in effect on, or before, July 1, 1969, which pertain to air pollution
control and which provide for the creation and establishment of an air pollution control board
and each county board of health shall have the authority to establish, and thereafter administer,
within their jurisdictions, a local air pollution control program which: (1) Provides, subject
to subsection (d) of this section, by ordinance,... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 36-27-6 Participation of employees of counties, cities, towns, public or quasi-public
organizations, etc. - Generally. (a) The governing board of any county, city, town or public
or quasi-public organization of the state or of any political subdivision thereof or the Alabama
Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station System of Auburn University may, by
resolution legally adopted to conform to rules prescribed by the Board of Control, elect to
have its officers and employees from whatever sources and in whatever manner paid become eligible
to participate in the retirement system; and the Adjutant General of the state, with the approval
of the Governor, may, by application properly prepared and submitted in conformity with rules
prescribed by the Board of Control, elect to have those employees of the Alabama National
Guard employed pursuant to 32 U.S.C.A., Section 709, and paid from federally appropriated
funds, become eligible to participate in this retirement system.... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

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