Section 36-29-14 Health insurance coverage under State Employees' Insurance Board; operation
of board. (a) Any agency of the state, or any governmental entity, body, or subdivision thereto,
any county, any municipality, any municipal foundation, any fire or water district, authority,
or cooperative, any regional planning and development commission established pursuant to Sections
11-85-50 through 11-85-73, that is not and was not for the 12 months immediately preceding
the date of application to participate in any plan created pursuant to the provisions of this
article a member of an existing government sponsored health insurance program, formed under
the provisions of Section 11-26-2, the Association of County Commissions of Alabama or the
Alabama League of Municipalities, the Alabama Retired State Employees' Association, the Alabama
State Employees Credit Union, Easter Seals Alabama, Alabama State University, the Alabama
Rural Water Association, Rainbow Omega, Incorporated, The Arc...
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Section 16-50-20 Creation; composition; nominating committee; training sessions. (a) There
is created a Board of Trustees for Alabama State University, the state educational institution
at Montgomery, Alabama. The board of trustees shall consist of two members from the congressional
district in which the institution is located and one member from each of the other congressional
districts in the state as constituted on October 6, 1975, and who shall reside in that district,
four members from the state at large who shall reside in different districts, two at-large
members who may be selected from outside the state, and the Governor, who shall serve as an
ex officio member of the board. Except for a trustee at large, the position of any trustee
shall be vacated at such time as he or she shall cease to reside in the district from which
he or she was appointed. The position of state at-large trustee shall be vacated if the trustee
serving in the position shall cease to reside in the State...
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Section 26-16-10 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board - Criteria for making grants to local
councils. In making grants to a local council, the state board shall consider the degree to
which the local council meets the following criteria: (1) Has as its primary purpose the development
and facilitation of a collaborative community prevention program in a specific geographical
area. The prevention program shall utilize trained volunteers and existing community resources
wherever practicable. (2) Is administered by a board of directors composed of an equal number
of members from the following two groups: a. A representative from each of the following local
agencies: The county department of human resources, the county public health department, a
mental health representative, the office of the prosecuting attorney, a local law enforcement
agency, a school district, and a number of private, local agencies that provide treatment
or prevention services for abused and neglected children and...
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Section 41-16-50 Contracts for which competitive bidding required. (a) With the exception of
contracts for public works whose competitive bidding requirements are governed exclusively
by Title 39, all expenditure of funds of whatever nature for labor, services, work, or for
the purchase of materials, equipment, supplies, or other personal property involving fifteen
thousand dollars ($15,000) or more, and the lease of materials, equipment, supplies, or other
personal property where the lessee is, or becomes legally and contractually, bound under the
terms of the lease, to pay a total amount of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) or more, made
by or on behalf of any state trade school, state junior college, state college, or university
under the supervision and control of the Alabama Community College System, the Alabama Fire
College, the district boards of education of independent school districts, the county commissions,
the governing bodies of the municipalities of the state, and the...
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Section 45-2-243.22 Board of directors - Composition; expenses. (a) The affairs of the bureau
shall be managed by a board of directors, hereinafter called "the board," which
shall consist of the following: At least one and no more than four board members representing
each incorporated municipality located within the defined "lodging tax district"
and at least one and no more than four board members from the unincorporated area of the "lodging
tax district." (b) The number of board members representing each municipality shall be
computed as follows: (1) One board seat for each one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) of
annual lodging tax collections, collected pursuant to this subpart. The minimum board seats
per municipality shall be one and the maximum board seats per municipality shall be four.
(2) The board members representing the incorporated municipalities shall be appointed by the
governing body of their respective municipality. The initial board member terms shall be appointed...
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Section 45-37-90.05 Civic Center Authority - Location; powers; development plan; investment
of funds. (a) The authority shall be authorized to construct, maintain, control, operate,
and manage a civic center in the county seat within the following described area: Beginning
at the intersection of Thirteenth Avenue North and Twenty-sixth Street North (Carraway Boulevard);
thence Southerly along Twenty-sixth Street North (Carraway Boulevard) to the Connector Road;
thence Southerly along the Connector Road to Twenty-sixth Street North; thence Southerly along
Twenty-sixth Street North to Eighth Avenue North (Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Boulevard); thence
Westerly along Eighth Avenue North (Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Boulevard) to Twenty-third
Street North; thence Northerly along Twenty-third Street North to the Southerly Right of Way
of Interstate 59/20; thence Westerly along the Southerly Right of Way of Interstate 59/20
to Fifteenth Street North; thence Northerly along Fifteenth Street...
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Section 40-17-383 THIS SECTION WAS ASSIGNED BY THE CODE COMMISSIONER IN THE 2018 REGULAR SESSION,
EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2018. THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT CODE SUPPLEMENT. (a)(1) To ensure that local
taxing jurisdictions have meaningful input into the development and operation of the system,
a Local Motor Fuel Tax Advisory Committee is established to review the design and operation
of the system and to make recommendations regarding system requirements and functionality
to the Commissioner of Revenue. (2) The committee shall consist of the following persons:
a. Three representatives of county government, appointed by the Association of County Commissions
of Alabama. b. Three representatives of municipal government, appointed by the Alabama League
of Municipalities. c. Three representatives of the retail community, appointed by the Petroleum
and Convenience Marketers of Alabama. d. The Commissioner of Revenue or his or her designee.
e. One representative of a county and one representative of a...
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Section 40-23-242 State and Local Advisory Committee. (a)(1) To ensure that local taxing jurisdictions
have meaningful input into the development and operation of ONE SPOT, a State and Local Advisory
Committee is hereby established to review the design and operation of the system and to make
recommendations regarding system requirements and functionality to the Commissioner of Revenue.
(2) The committee shall consist of the following individuals: a. Three representatives of
county government, appointed by the Association of County Commissions of Alabama. b. Three
representatives of municipal government, appointed by the Alabama League of Municipalities.
c. One representative of the business community, appointed by the Business Council of Alabama.
d. One representative of the retail community, appointed by the Alabama Retail Association.
e. One representative of a county or municipality which levies a lease or rental tax appointed
by the Speaker of the House of Representatives who shall...
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Section 45-1A-41 Protection of historic architectural character of Prattville. (a) In Autauga
County, the governing body of the City of Prattville is hereby authorized to adopt ordinances
to protect the historic architectural character of the city in the manner hereinafter prescribed.
(b) The governing body of the city may dedicate as an historic district any section of the
city having an overall atmosphere of architectural and historic distinction. A single structure
may be designated as an historic district. (c) An historic development commission with the
following membership, duties and powers may be created by the city governing body. (1) The
commission shall be composed of no less than 11 members who shall be selected by the city
governing body in such a manner as to serve overlapping terms, Except for the first members,
their terms shall be four years. (2) The commission shall operate under a constitution as
adopted by the commission and approved by the city governing body. (3)...
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Section 45-42-163 Distribution of payments. Upon receipt by Limestone County of funds pursuant
to Chapter 28, Title 40, as amended, Limestone County, within a reasonable time thereafter,
shall distribute the funds so received as follows: (1) Effective through September 30, 2006,
all funds shall be distributed as prescribed by Act 86-550, 1986 Regular Session (Acts 1986,
p. 1124). (2) Effective October 1, 2007, and thereafter, the funds shall be distributed as
follows: a. Before the percentage formula of distribution contained in paragraph b. is applied,
the sum of two hundred ninety-three thousand dollars ($293,000) shall be distributed in the
following manner: 1. Forty thousand dollars ($40,000) to Auburn University to be used exclusively
for the benefit of the Limestone County Cooperative Extension Service. 2. Seven thousand five
hundred dollars ($7,500) to the Limestone County Soil and Water Conservation District. 3.
Thirty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($37,500) to the...
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