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Section 41-23-51 Regional Revolving Loan Policy Committee; duties; membership; length of terms;
meetings. The moneys appropriated to the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
under the provisions of Section 41-23-50 shall be used to create and establish economic development
revolving loan funds throughout this state, pursuant to rules hereunder and approved by the
Regional Revolving Loan Policy Committee. This committee shall be established for purposes
of reviewing and approving policies and procedures, and to provide general oversight for this
program. This committee shall be composed of the following members: the Director of the Alabama
Department of Economic and Community Affairs, the Director of the Alabama Department of Commerce,
two members of the Senate appointed by the Lieutenant Governor, the Chairperson of the Senate
Economic Affairs Committee, two members of the House appointed by the Speaker of the House,
the Chairperson of the House Commerce and Industrial... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-81-244 Application for funding; administration of program; powers and duties of
local governments; installation of improvements; assessments. (a) A real property owner in
a designated region may apply to a local government under a program for funding to finance
a qualified project and enter into a written contract with the local government. Costs of
the project incurred by the real property owner or the local government for such purposes
may be collected as an assessment, as authorized in Section 11-81-242. (b) A local government
may enter into a partnership with one or more other local governments for the purpose of providing
and financing qualified projects. (c) A qualified program may be administered by a for-profit
or nonprofit organization on behalf of and at the discretion of the local government. (d)
A local government may incur debt for the purpose of providing the improvements, payable from
revenues received from the improved real property, or any other available... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-10-44.8 Tax credits, job development fees and other incentives. (a) Upon the issuance
by the authority of its project obligations for the purpose of financing a project for an
approved company with respect to which the authority adopted a resolution accepting the project
prior to January 16, 1995, the approved company: (1) Shall receive a credit against the corporate
income tax levied by Section 40-18-31 that otherwise would be owed to the state in any year
by the approved company on its income generated by or arising out of the project, such credit
not to exceed the lesser of (i) the amount due in tax, or (ii) the amount paid by the approved
company pursuant to a financing agreement in the year for which the tax is due, corresponding
to debt service on the project obligations; and (2) May elect to withhold and retain the aggregate
job development fees described in paragraph (b) below, but only to the extent that debt service
payments under the financing agreement(s) exceed... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 15-18-176 Submission and format of plan; application process and procedures; participation
voluntary. (a) A community punishment and corrections plan shall be developed and submitted
to the department which sufficiently documents the local need and support for the proposed
program. The community punishment and corrections plan shall have the approval of the county
commission in the affected counties prior to submission to the department. Any plan shall
specifically state the maximum number of inmates eligible to participate in the program. (b)
The format for any community punishment and corrections plan shall be specified by the division
in its application process and procedures. Funding and grant evaluation criteria shall be
outlined in the application process and procedures to be developed by the division in order
that each applicant may know the basis upon which funds will be granted. The department shall
adopt rules pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act outlining the... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 38-11A-2 Establishment of a welfare employment program; eligibility. (a) The Department
of Human Resources shall establish and administer a welfare employment program for persons
applying for, or receiving, public assistance in the State of Alabama. The department shall
develop program policy, criteria, requirements, and procedures and issue rules and regulations
for governance of the program, insofar as federal guidelines permit, and shall assume program
management responsibilities including budget planning, cost accounting, data collecting and
reporting, evaluation and assessment of program performance, and standards for effective use
of distributed funds. The program shall include development of employment strategies, employment-related
programs and activities and family support services directed toward affecting the intent and
goals of this chapter. (b) As a condition of eligibility for Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families (TANF) an applicant shall have applied for at... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-16-125 Reclamation program. (a) The Department of Labor, State Programs Division,
shall establish and maintain a state reclamation program for abandoned mines which complies
with Title IV of Public Law 95-87. The state reclamation program plan shall generally identify
the areas to be reclaimed, the purposes for which the reclamation is proposed, the relationship
of the lands to be reclaimed and the proposed reclamation to surrounding areas, the specific
criteria for ranking and identifying projects to be funded, and the legal authority and programmatic
capability to perform such work in conformance with the provisions of the federal act. (b)
The director shall annually submit to the secretary, an application for the support of the
state program and implementation of specific reclamation projects. Such requests shall include,
but shall not be limited to: (1) A general description of each proposed project; (2) A priority
evaluation of each proposed project; (3) A statement of... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 15-18-178 Eligibility for contracts or grants; common facilities and cost sharing.
(a) Any county program or authority formed by one or more counties under this article shall
be eligible to apply for direct and continuing financial contracts and grants under the article.
(b) A nonprofit entity other than a community punishment and corrections authority may be
eligible under the provisions of this article to receive grants or contracts to carry out
the provisions and purposes of this article only in a county that has not established a local
community punishment and corrections authority or which does not intend to apply for funding
directly. The county commission may elect to endorse the community punishment and corrections
plan submitted by the nonprofit entity after the commission has received notice that the nonprofit
entity desires to seek a grant to carry out this article and the county does not establish
a community punishment and corrections authority or pass a resolution... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

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... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 26-24-23 Duties of office. The Office of School Readiness shall do all of the following:
(1) Establish criteria and administer such programs and services as may be necessary for the
operation and management of a voluntary prekindergarten program. (2) Administer such programs
and services as may be necessary for the operation and management of preschool and certain
child development programs coordinating with the Department of Education for the inclusion
of preschool special education. (3) Ensure that the prekindergarten program provides a developmentally
appropriate preschool program emphasizing growth in language and literacy, math concepts,
science, arts, physical development, and personal and social competence. (4) Receive and disperse
any funds appropriated to the office from the Legislature for the establishment, operation,
and administration of the prekindergarten program. The budget of the office shall be part
of the Department of Early Childhood Education. (5) Assist... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 38-15-4 Registration of certain youth residential institutions or organizations; staff
training plans; rights of children; licensing and inspection of food preparation areas; access
by law enforcement agencies. (a) Commencing on January 1, 2018, the department shall register
any religious, faith-based, or church nonprofit, other nonprofit, or for profit affiliated
youth residential facility, youth social rehabilitation facility, community treatment facility
for youths, youth transitional care facility, long term youth residential facility, private
alternative boarding school, private alternative outdoor program, and any organization entrusted
with the residential care of children in any organizational form or combination defined by
this section, whenever children are housed at the facility or location of the program for
a period of more than 24 hours. At a minimum, registered youth residential institution or
organization under this section shall do all of the following: (1) Be... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

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