Section 33-19-1 Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama
hereby agrees to the following interstate compact known as the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint
River Basin Compact: Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact The States of Alabama,
Florida and Georgia and the United States of America hereby agree to the following compact
which shall become effective upon enactment of concurrent legislation by each respective state
legislature and the Congress of the United States. Short Title This Act shall be known and
may be cited as the "Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact" and shall
be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACF Compact" or "compact."
Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States of Alabama, Florida and Georgia and
the United States of America has been entered into for the purposes of promoting interstate
comity, removing causes of present and future controversies, equitably apportioning the...
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Section 37-4-1 Definitions. Unless otherwise specified, when used in this article, these terms
shall have the following meanings: (1) COMMISSION. The Alabama Public Service Commission.
(2) COMMISSIONER. A member of the commission. (3) MUNICIPALITY. Any municipal corporation
organized under the laws of this state. (4) PERSON. Such term shall mean and include individuals,
associations of individuals, firms, partnerships, companies, corporations, municipalities,
governmental agencies, their lessees, trustees, or receivers appointed by any court whatsoever,
in the singular number as well as in the plural. (5) NONUTILITY. Any federal agency, instrumentality,
or corporation, owned by the United States, and any corporation or joint stock company in
which the United States or any of its departments, establishments, or agencies, owns more
than 50 percent of the voting shares of stock of such corporation or joint stock company.
(6) SECURITIES. Such term shall mean and include stock, stock...
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Section 11-92A-23 Special reserve funds and applications for appropriations. (a) In addition
to all other powers at any time conferred upon an authority by law, an authority may, in connection
with the issuance of any bonds hereunder, create and establish one or more special debt service
reserve funds (a "debt service reserve fund"), and may pay or cause to be paid into
each debt service reserve fund (i) proceeds from bonds issued pursuant hereto to the extent
provided by the authority authorizing the issuance thereof; (ii) any moneys appropriated and
made available by the Legislature for the purpose of such fund; and (iii) any other moneys
that may be made available to the authority from any other source for the purpose of such
fund. All moneys held in a debt service reserve fund shall be used solely for the payment
of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on bonds secured, in whole or in part,
by that fund when and as the same become due and payable as provided in the...
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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 41-29-501 Definitions. (a) For the purposes of this article, the following words and
phrases shall have the following meanings: (1) AUTHORITY. The public corporation organized
pursuant to the provisions of Sections 41-10-20 through 41-10-32. (2) AUTHORIZED PURPOSE.
Any one or more of the purposes for which grants are herein authorized to be made as specified
in Section 41-29-503(a). (3) BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The board of directors of the authority.
(4) BOND. The bonds issued under the provisions of this article. (5) CAPITAL COSTS. All costs
and expenses incurred by one or more investing companies in connection with the acquisition,
construction, installation, and equipping of a qualifying project during the period commencing
with the date on which such acquisition, construction, installation, and equipping commences
and ending on the date on which the qualifying project is placed in service, including, without
limitation of all of the following: a. The costs of acquiring,...
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Section 41-10-46.01 Investment by qualified funds. (a) Any qualified fund may invest at least
three percent of its corpus in one or more approved opportunity funds. (b) The following terms
shall have the following meanings: (1) "ADECA" shall mean the Department of Economic
and Community Affairs. (2) "Approved opportunity fund" shall mean any fund approved
by ADECA as meeting all of the following: a. ADECA determines that the fund has the capacity
to improve Alabama's low-income opportunity zone communities by approving an application showing
all of the following: 1. The amount of existing committed capital or potential to raise committed
capital. 2. The investment track record or strength of the applicant's management team. 3.
The existing project pipeline or strategy for developing new pipeline. 4. The fund structure
and anticipated returns within that fund structure. 5. The presence of sound legal, accounting,
and compliance policies and procedures. 6. A strategy for measuring,...
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Section 23-1-5 Payment of costs of relocation of utility facilities necessitated by construction
of highways. (a) Whenever the Director of Transportation shall determine and order that the
relocation of any utility facility is necessitated by the construction of any project on the
national system of interstate and defense highways, including the extensions thereof within
urban areas, the utility owning or operating the utility facility shall relocate the facility
in accordance with the order of the Director of Transportation. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
if the cost of the utility facility relocation is eligible and approved for reimbursement
by the federal government, the cost of the relocation of the utility facility shall be paid
by the state as a part of the cost of the construction of the project out of the funds then
or thereafter available for the highway construction after the utility has furnished the Director
of Transportation with all papers, records, or other supporting...
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Section 45-23A-93 Auxiliary communication services. (a) As used in this section, the word "city"
shall mean the City of Ozark in Dale County. (b)(I) In addition to all other powers, rights,
and authority heretofore granted by law, the city is authorized and empowered to acquire,
purchase, lease, construct, operate, maintain, enlarge, extend, and improve as part of the
system facilities for the provision to inhabitants of the city and surrounding territory of
auxiliary services which may be identified generally as any communication service, not including
cable television transmission, which shall include, but not be limited to, burglar alarm systems,
data transmissions, facsimile service, home shopping service, and any allied or similar communication
services. (2) The city shall provide, without the requirement of any franchise, to any requesting
communication company or utility regulated by the Public Service Commission, or any electric
cooperative organized under Chapter 6, Title 37,...
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Section 2-3A-2 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this article, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication herein
otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) AFFILIATE. With respect
to any lender, any person, firm or corporation controlled by, or under common control with,
such lender, and any person, firm or corporation controlling such lender. (2) AGRICULTURAL
OPERATIONS. Farming, ranching, the production of agricultural commodities (including, without
limitation, the products of aquaculture and silvaculture) or the treating, processing, storing,
manufacturing, marketing, distribution or exporting of agricultural commodities; provided,
however, that such term shall not include any operation the principal purpose of which is
the selling at retail of agricultural commodities or related products; provided, further,
that costs of agricultural operations shall specifically include, but...
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Section 9-14A-3 Definitions. Where used in this chapter the following words and terms shall
be given the following respective meanings unless the context hereof clearly indicates otherwise:
(a) AMENDMENT. Amendment 617 to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, authorizing the issuance
of the bonds. (b) CORPORATION. The respective public corporations authorized to be created
by this chapter. (c) BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The respective board of directors of the corporations.
(d) BONDS. The bonds issued under the provisions of this chapter. (e) CODE. The Code of Alabama
1975, as amended. (f) GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Any bonds or other obligations which as to principal
and interest constitute direct obligations of, or are unconditionally guaranteed by, the United
States of America, including obligations of any federal agency to the extent the obligations
are unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America and any certificates or any
other evidences of an ownership interest in such...
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