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Section 29-6-7 Powers and duties of Legislative Council. (a) In addition to the powers otherwise
provided in this chapter, the Legislative Council shall: (1) Approve budget requests, provide
accounting services, make purchases, and provide mail distribution, property inventory, telephone
service, electronic media services, recycling services, and building maintenance services
for the Legislative Department, and all agencies and entities, respectively, therein. (2)
Allocate space in the Alabama State House, including to the Senate and the House of Representatives.
In carrying out its responsibilities under this subdivision, the Legislative Council may charge
and collect rent from any entity allocated space in the Alabama State House at a rate set
by the council. The council may establish a special fund in the State Treasury to receive
funds from any source to maintain the State House property. Funds in the special fund are
continuously appropriated for the exclusive use of the... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

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... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 12-15-503 Recommendation by county team; decision by juvenile court of multiple needs
child. (a) Within 21 days of receipt of a juvenile court referral or within another time specified
by the juvenile court, the county team shall present to the juvenile court a plan of services
addressing the needs of the child referred to the county team and the respective responsibilities
of departments, agencies, and organizations composing this county team. Upon receipt of this
plan, the juvenile court may find the child a multiple needs child. When the juvenile court
finds it is in the best interests of the multiple needs child, the juvenile court may order
the use of any dispositional alternative or service available for dependent children, delinquent
children, or children in need of supervision, children who are emotionally disturbed, children
with an intellectual disability or mental illness, or children who need specialized educational
services, or children who need health services, or... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 17-5-7 Use of excess moneys received; solicitation, etc., of contributions. (a) Except
as provided in subsection (d) and in Section 17-5-7.1, a candidate, public official, or treasurer
of a principal campaign committee as defined in this chapter, may only use campaign contributions,
and any proceeds from investing the contributions that are in excess of any amount necessary
to defray expenditures of the candidate, public official, or principal campaign committee,
for the following purposes: (1) Necessary and ordinary expenditures of the campaign. (2) Expenditures
that are reasonably related to performing the duties of the office held. For purposes of this
section, expenditures that are reasonably related to performing the duties of the office held
do not include personal and legislative living expenses, as defined in this chapter. (3) Donations
to the State General Fund, the Education Trust Fund, or equivalent county or municipal funds.
(4) Donations to an organization to which... - 5K - 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 36-1A-5 Participation limited to voluntary, charitable, health and human care federations
and agencies with a substantial local presence. (a) Participation in the Alabama State Employee
Combined Charitable Campaign shall be limited to voluntary, charitable, health and human care
federations and agencies with a substantial local presence that provide or support direct
health and welfare services to individuals or their families and meet the criteria set forth
in this section. "Substantial local presence" is defined as a facility, staffed
by professionals or volunteers, available to provide its services and open at least 15 hours
a week. Such services must be available to state employees in the local campaign community,
unless they are rendered to needy persons overseas. Such services must directly benefit human
beings, whether children, youth, adults, the aged, the ill and infirm, or the mentally or
physically handicapped. Such services must consist of care, research, or... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-4-180 Established; duties generally. There shall be in the Department of Finance
the Division of Service. The functions and duties of the Division of Service shall be as follows:
(1) To provide for the stamping and mailing for each state department, board, bureau, commission,
agency, and office located and operating in the City of Montgomery and to operate a central
mailing room or rooms and service for the departments, boards, bureaus, commissions, agencies,
and offices. The Director of Finance shall direct the delivery of mail to such mailing room
or rooms by these departments, boards, bureaus, commissions, agencies, and officers as the
director may see fit, ready to be delivered to the United States Post Office, except that
it shall not be stamped with postage stamps or by means of a postage meter. Every piece of
mail, when so delivered, shall bear the name of the department, board, bureau, commission,
agency, or office of the state sending it, and all mail received in a... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-23B-6 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Powers. (a) The authority shall
have the following powers, among others specified by or required to implement the provisions
of this chapter: To have succession in its corporate name until the principal of and interest
on all bonds issued by it shall have been fully paid; To sue and be sued and to prosecute
and defend, at law and in equity, in any court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and
of the parties thereto; To have and to use a corporate seal and to alter such seal at pleasure;
To establish a fiscal year; To acquire in any manner and to hold title to or leasehold interests
in real and personal property and to sell, convey or lease the same for purpose of carrying
out its functions and duties hereunder; To construct and operate or lease to or from any public
body any one or more projects; To execute agreements obligating the authority to agree to
pay and to pay such portion of the estimated reasonable cost of the... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 25-1-40 Electronic access to wage reports. (a) For purposes of this section, the following
terms have the following meanings: (1) CONSUMER REPORTING AGENCY. Any person, entity, or agency
which, for monetary fees, dues, or on a cooperative nonprofit basis, regularly engages in
whole or in part in the practice of assembling or evaluating consumer credit information or
other information on consumers for the purpose of furnishing consumer reports to third parties,
and which uses any means or facility of interstate commerce for the purpose of preparing or
furnishing consumer reports. (2) DEPARTMENT. The Department of Labor. (3) USER. The same meaning
as set forth in the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. ยง1681 et seq. (b) Notwithstanding
any other provision of law to the contrary, the department may contract with one or more consumer
reporting agencies to provide secure electronic access to employer-provided information relating
to the quarterly wages report submitted in... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-17-90.06 Powers and duties. The authority, or its agents and employees as directed,
may do any of the following: (1) Investigate, study, and engage in basic research relative
to the natural resources of land, water, minerals, and people in the cities and counties and
apply its findings and efforts to promote a sound and balanced agricultural, industrial, and
economic development of the cities and counties. (2) Cooperate with municipal, regional, state,
or federal planning entities or other industrial and economic development boards. (3) Publicize
and advertise the industrial, commercial, and agricultural resources and growth opportunities
of the cities and counties. (4) Collect, compile, and distribute literature concerning the
facilities, advantages, and attractions of the cities and counties, the educational, historic,
recreational, and scenic places of interest within the cities and counties, and the air, water,
and highway transportation facilities. (5) Contract with... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

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