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 31-9-83 Distributions from fund; eligibility; purposes. THIS SECTION WAS AMENDED BY
ACT 2018-94 IN THE 2018 REGULAR SESSION, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 15, 2018. THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT
CODE SUPPLEMENT. (a) Disbursements from the recovery fund for purposes set out in this section
shall only be available as provided herein upon a proclamation from the Governor or Legislature
made pursuant to Section 31-9-8, and a proclamation made by the local governing body in the
county or municipality affected by the disaster. The following rules shall apply for all distributions
from the recovery fund for purposes set out in this section: (1) Distributions may not be
used for state emergency response and relief efforts, except as determined appropriate pursuant
to rules adopted by the committee under Section 31-9-86. (2) Distributions under this section
shall only be available to reimburse an eligible county or municipality for those expenses
not covered by insurance or other similar programs....
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Section 22-30F-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of revolving
loan program for voluntary remediation of environmentally contaminated areas. (a) The Legislature
finds that rural and urban property in Alabama may have areas of contamination which may be
addressed via the Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Act, Sections 22-30E-1
through 22-30E-13. The Legislature further finds that encouraging the voluntary remediation
and redevelopment of such properties is in the public interest. (b) The Legislature finds
that industries and developers often give preference to previously unused greenfield sites
over previously used property due largely to concerns over the financial and environmental
liabilities which may be incurred in acquiring such previously used property for reuse and
redevelopment. The Legislature further finds that the appropriate reuse and redevelopment
of properties which are contaminated, or perceived to be contaminated is in...
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Section 37-11A-1 Execution and text of compact. The Governor, on behalf of this state, shall
execute a compact, in substantially the following form, with the State of Mississippi, and
the Legislature approves and ratifies the compact in the form substantially as follows: Northeast
Mississippi - Northwest Alabama Railroad Authority Compact. The contracting states solemnly
agree: Article I. The purpose of this compact is to promote and develop trade, commerce, industry,
and employment opportunities for the public good and welfare in northeast Mississippi and
northwest Alabama through the establishment of a joint interstate authority to acquire certain
railroad properties and facilities which the operator thereof has notified the Interstate
Commerce Commission of an intention to abandon and which are located in any of Franklin, Marion,
or Winston Counties, Alabama or in Alcorn or Tishomingo Counties, Mississippi. Article II.
This compact shall become effective immediately as to the State...
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Section 41-4-323 Purpose; employees; compensation and benefits; payment of expenses; implementation;
additional duties of director. (a) The Office of Indigent Defense Services is established
to carry out the administrative duties relating to the provision of indigent defense services.
The director shall use existing employees of the Department of Finance and its existing offices,
as assigned by the Director of Finance. The director's salary shall not exceed the state salary
paid to a district attorney and be paid at the same time and in the same manner that salaries
of other state employees are paid. The Director of the Office of Indigent Defense Services
shall be entitled to annual and sick leave, insurance, retirement, and other state employee
benefits, including cost-of-living raises authorized by the Legislature for state employees.
(b) The director may enter into contracts, and accept funds, grants, and charitable donations
from any public or private source to pay expenses...
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Section 45-37-210 Metropolitan Rapid Rail Study Commission. (a) There is created a rapid rail
authority in Jefferson County to be called the Metropolitan Rapid Rail Study Commission, hereinafter
referred to as the commission. The commission shall be a body corporate and politic, shall
be governed and managed as provided for in this section, and shall have the powers and duties
provided for by this section, and other applicable provisions of law. (b) The commission shall
be composed of five members as follows: (1) One member appointed by the Jefferson County State
Senate Delegation. (2) One member appointed by the Jefferson County State House Delegation.
(3) One member appointed by the Board of Directors of the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit
Authority. (4) One member appointed by the Mayor of the City of Birmingham. (5) One member
appointed by the Jefferson County commissioner in charge of roads and transportation. (c)(1)
The members shall be appointed to four-year terms and may be...
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Section 9-18-1 Enactment of Southern Interstate Nuclear Compact. The Southern Interstate Nuclear
Compact is hereby enacted into law and entered into by the state of Alabama with any and all
states legally joining therein in accordance with its terms, in the form substantially as
follows: "SOUTHERN INTERSTATE NUCLEAR COMPACT "Article I. Policy and Purpose "The
party states recognize that the proper employment of nuclear energy, facilities, materials,
and products can assist substantially in the industrialization of the south and the development
of a balanced economy for the region. They also recognize that optimum benefit from and acquisition
of nuclear resources and facilities requires systematic encouragement, guidance, and assistance
from the party states on a cooperative basis. It is the policy of the party states to undertake
such cooperation on a continuing basis; it is the purpose of this compact to provide the instruments
and framework for such a cooperative effort to improve...
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Section 9-18A-1 Enactment of Southern States Energy Compact. The Legislature hereby enacts,
and the State of Alabama hereby enters into, the Southern States Energy Compact with any and
all states legally joining therein in accordance with its terms, in the form substantially
as follows: "SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY COMPACT "Article I. Policy and Purpose. "The
party states recognize that the proper employment and conservation of energy and employment
of energy-related facilities, materials, and products, within the context of a responsible
regard for the environment, can assist substantially in the industrialization of the south
and the development of a balanced economy for the region. They also recognize that optimum
benefit from an acquisition of energy resources and facilities require systematic encouragement,
guidance and assistance from the party states on a cooperative basis. It is the policy of
the party states to undertake such cooperation on a continuing basis; it is the purpose of...
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Section 41-15B-2.2 Allocation of trust fund revenues. (a) For each fiscal year, beginning October
1, 1999, contingent upon the Children First Trust Fund receiving tobacco revenues and upon
appropriation by the Legislature, an amount of up to and including two hundred twenty-five
thousand dollars ($225,000), or equivalent percentage of the total fund, shall be designated
for the administration of the fund by the council and the Commissioner of Children's Affairs.
(b) For the each fiscal year, beginning October 1, 1999, contingent upon the Children First
Trust Fund receiving tobacco revenues, the remainder of the Children First Trust Fund, in
the amounts provided for in Section 41-15B-2.1, shall be allocated as follows: (1) Ten percent
of the fund shall be allocated to the Department of Public Health for distribution to one
or more of the following: a. The Children's Health Insurance Program. b. Programs for tobacco
control among children with the purpose being to reduce the consumption...
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Section 11-97-2 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of a clear implication
herein otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) APPLICANT.
A natural person who files a written application with the governing body of any county or
municipality in accordance with the provisions of Section 11-97-3 hereof. (2) AUTHORIZING
RESOLUTION. A resolution of ordinance adopted by the governing body of any county or municipality
in accordance with the provisions of Section 11-97-3 hereof, that authorizes the incorporation
of a corporation. (3) BOARD. The board of directors of a corporation. (4) BONDS. Bonds, notes,
or other obligations representing an obligation to pay money. (5) CORPORATION. Any public
corporation organized pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. (6) COSTS. As applied to
a facility or any portion thereof, shall include all or any part of the...
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