Section 23-7-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) BANK. The Alabama Transportation Infrastructure Bank. (2) BOARD.
The board of directors of the bank. (3) BONDS. Includes bonds, notes, or other evidence of
indebtedness except as otherwise provided in this chapter. (4) DEPARTMENT or DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION. The Alabama Department of Transportation. (5) ELIGIBLE COST. As applied to
a qualified project to be financed from the federal highway account, the costs that are permitted
under applicable federal laws, requirements, procedures, and guidelines in regard to establishing,
operating, and providing assistance from the bank. As applied to a qualified project to be
financed from the state highway account, these costs include the costs of preliminary engineering,
traffic, and revenue studies; environmental studies; right-of-way acquisition; legal and financial
services associated with the development of the...
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Section 37-11B-6 Railroad Revitalization Fund development of State Rail Plan. (a) There is
established in the State Treasury a revolving fund to be designated as the Railroad Revitalization
Fund. Monies, including interest earnings, in this fund shall be expended either separately
or in combination with any available federal funds for railroad research, railroad planning,
and railroad administration costs incurred by ADECA directly attributable to railroad revitalization
projects; assistance to railroads for the rehabilitation or improvement of rail lines; and
construction, improvement, or rehabilitation of railroad facilities. (b) ADECA with the assistance
of the commission, in conjunction with the railroads operating in the State of Alabama, shall
develop the State Rail Plan, which shall be a comprehensive plan that coordinates all aspects
of the improvements to rail infrastructure within the state and includes distinct freight
and passenger components, as described in subdivisions...
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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 (a) through (g) Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 82-612, p. 1111, §14(b),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...
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Section 11-1-10 Contracts with federal, state, and other county governments. (a) The county
commission in addition to all other powers and authority is hereby authorized and empowered
to enter into contracts, leases, compacts, or any other form of agreement with the United
States of America or any of its agencies, departments, bureaus, divisions, or institutions,
with the State of Alabama or any of its agencies, departments, bureaus, divisions, or institutions
and with any other county or municipality within or without the state for the purpose of receiving
or acquiring funds, matching funds, services, materials, supplies, buildings, structures,
waterways and docking facilities, and any and all other benefits deemed for the public interest
in the promotion of industrial, agricultural, recreational, or any other beneficial development.
(b) The contracts, leases, compacts, or other forms of agreement may contain such covenants
and considerations as considered reasonable and necessary and...
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Section 2-6A-3 Duties of program coordinator. The commission shall employ a program coordinator
who shall be an employee of the commission but who may be on loan to the commission from any
other department of the state. The program coordinator shall be appointed by and serve at
the pleasure of the commission, and shall receive compensation set by the commission out of
funds appropriated by the Legislature to implement the program. The program coordinator shall
report to the chairman of the commission or his designee and shall coordinate the activities
and provide professional assistance with respect to all of the operations of the program.
The program coordinator shall be responsible to the commission for all funds provided by the
Legislature and through other sources for the various services to be made available to farmers
under this chapter, shall develop a system of reporting on a regular and timely basis to the
commission, shall develop training courses and seminars with the...
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Section 36-1A-3 Definitions. As used in this chapter the following words have the following
meanings: (1) ALABAMA STATE EMPLOYEE COMBINED CHARITABLE CAMPAIGN (ASECCC). The annual combined
charitable fund-raising program established through this chapter to receive and distribute
voluntary payroll deduction contributions of state employees. (2) CHARITABLE FUND-RAISING
FEDERATION. A legally constituted grouping of at least 10 health and human care agencies that
are bound together to raise and distribute charitable contributions. (3) AFFILIATED CHARITABLE
AGENCY. A charitable agency which is affiliated with a charitable fund-raising federation
for the purpose of directly sharing funds raised by the organization. (4) CHARITABLE AGENCY.
A volunteer, not-for-profit organization under federal regulation 26 CFR 1.501(c)(3) which
provides health or human care services to individuals. (5) CAMPAIGN MANAGER. The participating
federation, selected by the local agency review committee, responsible...
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Section 40-26B-71 Assessment. (a) For state fiscal years 2020, 2021, and 2022, an assessment
is imposed on each privately operated hospital in the amount of 6.00 percent of net patient
revenue in fiscal year 2017, which shall be reviewed and updated annually, subject to limitations
in this article on the use of funds in the Hospital Assessment Account. The assessment is
a cost of doing business as a privately operated hospital in the State of Alabama. Annually,
the Medicaid Agency shall make a determination of whether changes in federal law or regulation
have adversely affected hospital Medicaid reimbursement during the most recently completed
fiscal year, or a reduction in payment rates has occurred. If the agency determines that adverse
impact to hospital Medicaid reimbursement has occurred, or will occur, the agency shall report
its findings to the Chair of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee who shall propose
an amendment to this article during any legislative session...
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Section 12-19-290 Created; purposes; payments. (a) The Advanced Technology and Data Exchange
Fund is created in the State Treasury. (b) The fund shall consist of all monies paid into
the State Treasury to the credit of the fund pursuant to Section 12-19-181 or by legislative
appropriations, grant, gift, or otherwise. (c) Monies contained in the Advanced Technology
and Data Exchange Fund may be expended to provide for any activities involving the administration
of justice including, but not limited to, the following purposes: (1) Expand methods and means
for collection and disbursement of court-ordered monies through the use of credit cards, electronic
fund transfers, or other means and provide for electronic transfer of records and storage.
(2) Enhance coordination and sharing of data with local, state, and federal agencies, members
of the bar, and the public. (3) Provide equipment for electronically filing cases. (4) Improve
accountability for case filings and dispositions. (5) Train...
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Section 2-6A-1 Declaration of policy. It is the finding of the Legislature that, despite the
fact that agriculture has been and continues to be the backbone of the economy of the State
of Alabama, increasing numbers of the state's farmers and agricultural businessmen are losing
their livelihood due to conditions beyond their control caused by the current economic situation
in agriculture and certain structural changes that are occurring in the economy of both the
state and the United States. A crisis has developed in the state's agricultural sector that
is not and cannot be met with existing programs and resources, with the result that more and
more Alabama farmers and agricultural businessmen are being forced to leave farming or to
seek supplemental employment, but without the provision of any coordinated program of assistance
to help them retrain and make the adjustment to other forms of economic livelihood or to acquire
the needed supplemental skills. The Legislature thus deems it...
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Section 11-85-56 Powers and duties generally. A regional planning and development commission
established pursuant to this article may perform the following: (1) Carry on continuous, comprehensive
planning for the region, assessing needs, resources, and development opportunities and formulating
goals, objectives, policies, and standards to guide physical, economic, and human resource
development. (2) Prepare a regional plan consistent with state comprehensive planning and
reflecting plans and programs of the participating governmental units which shall set forth
policies for the development of the region in accordance with present and future needs and
resources including policies for patterns of urbanization, for the use of land and resources
for commerce, industry, recreation, transportation, forestry, and agriculture, for the development
of human resources and for administrative measures in support thereof. (3) Prepare an annual
regional development program to implement the policies...
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