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Section 9-16-90 Environmental protection performance standards. (a) Any permit issued pursuant
to this article to conduct surface mining operations shall require that such surface coal
mining operations will meet all applicable performance standards of this article, and such
other requirements as the regulatory authority shall promulgate. (b) General performance standards
shall be applicable to all surface coal mining and reclamation operations and shall require
the operation as a minimum to: (1) Conduct surface coal mining operations so as to maximize
the utilization and conservation of the solid fuel resource being recovered so that reaffecting
the land in the future through surface coal mining can be minimized; (2) Restore the land
affected to a condition capable of supporting the uses which it was capable of supporting
prior to any mining, or higher or better uses of which there is reasonable likelihood, so
long as such use or uses do not present any actual or probable hazard to... - 30K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-21-275 Procedures for review of applications for certificates of need. The SHPDA,
pursuant to the provisions of Section 22-21-274, shall prescribe by rules and regulations
the procedures for review of applications for certificates of need and for issuance of certificates
of need. Rules and regulations governing review procedures shall include, but not necessarily
be limited to, the following: (1) Agreement with other review agencies for review procedures
consistent with this article and federal regulations. (2) Application procedures and forms
of the application necessary to elicit and provide all necessary information as required by
the review criteria. (3) Establishment of a project review period of 90 days from the date
the state agency determines that the application is complete and notification thereof is made
to the applicant. The rules and regulations may provide for a period of not more than 15 days
for determination of the completeness of the application,... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-30E-4 Authority of the department to establish rules and regulations. (a) The department,
acting through the commission, may adopt, promulgate, modify, amend, and repeal rules and
regulations to implement and enforce this chapter as necessary to provide for the voluntary
assessment, cleanup, reuse, and redevelopment of qualifying properties. All rules and regulations
established pursuant to this chapter shall comply with applicable provisions of the Alabama
Administrative Procedure Act, Section 41-22-11. (b) The department's rules and regulations
shall include, at a minimum, the following: (1) Rules and regulations establishing cleanup
standards. (2) Rules and regulations governing procedures for placement of properties on and
removal of properties from the Voluntary Cleanup Properties Inventory required under the provisions
of Section 22-30E-11. (3) Rules and regulations governing procedures for the filing in the
deed records of the probate courts of appropriate notice upon... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-9-432 Powers generally. The commission shall be authorized: (1) To investigate and
select an available site for housing the exhibits, including the surrounding grounds, in cooperation
with the Department of the Army and the community, taking into consideration all pertinent
factors affecting the suitability of such site; (2) To acquire by rent or lease agreement
or otherwise the necessary housing facilities and to establish, improve and enlarge the available
facility, including providing it with necessary equipment, furnishings, landscaping and related
facilities, including parking areas and ramps, roadways, sewers, curbs and gutters; (3) To
enter into such contracts and cooperative agreements with the local, state and federal governments,
with agencies of such governments, including the Department of the Army and the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration, with private individuals, corporations, associations and other organizations
as the commission may deem... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

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,... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-31A-2 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the following
meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) COMMISSIONER.
The Insurance Commissioner of this state or the commissioner, director, or superintendent
of insurance in any other state. (2) COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY. Liability arising out
of the installation, maintenance, or repair of any product at a site which is not owned or
controlled by either of the following: a. Any person who performs that work. b. Any person
who hires an independent contractor to perform that work, but shall include liability for
activities which are completed or abandoned before the date of the occurrence giving rise
to the liability. (3) DOMICILE. For purposes of determining the state in which a purchasing
group is domiciled: a. For a corporation, the state in which the purchasing group is incorporated.
b. For an unincorporated entity, the state of its principal place of... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-18-1 Definitions. For the purpose of this chapter, the following terms shall have
the respective meanings ascribed by this section: (1) ADVANCED FOSSIL-BASED GENERATION. The
production of electricity from fossil-based generation with the use of technology or efficiency
improvements to control or reduce carbon emissions, including but not limited to, technologies
described in 26 U.S.C. § 48A(f), as such provision existed on December 31, 2007. (2) ALTERNATIVE
ENERGY RESOURCES. Coal gasification or liquefaction, nuclear, and advanced fossil-based generation.
(3) BIOMASS. Animals and plants, and the waste, by-products, or derivatives of either, including,
but not limited to, the materials described in 26 U.S.C. §§ 45(c)(2), 45(c)(3), 45K(c)(3),
or 48B(c)(4). (4) BUSINESS TRUST. Any entity which is a business trust for federal income
tax purposes. (5) CAPTIVE REIT. Any REIT whose shares or certificates of beneficial interest
are not regularly traded on an established... - 11K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-16-127 Acquisition and disposition of lands. (a) The director, with the approval
of the Secretary of Interior, may acquire title in the name of the state to any land or interest
therein by purchase, donation, or condemnation if such land or interest is adversely affected
by past coal mining practices and upon a determination that acquisition of such land is necessary
to successful reclamation and that: (1) The acquired land after restoration, reclamation,
abatement, control or prevention of the adverse effects of past coal mining practices will
serve recreation and historical purposes, conservation and reclamation purposes or provide
open space benefits; and (2) Permanent facilities such as a treatment plant or a relocated
stream channel will be constructed on the land for restoration, reclamation, abatement, control
or prevention of the adverse effects of past coal mining practices; or (3) Acquisition of
coal refuse disposal sites and all coal refuse thereon will serve the... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-32-7 Powers of authority. (a) The authority shall exercise powers and duties necessary
to the discharge of its powers and duties in corporate form as follows: (1) Have succession
by its corporate name in perpetuity subject to Section 11-32-20. (2) Sue and be sued in its
own name in civil suits and actions and defend suits against it. (3) Adopt and make use of
a corporate seal and alter the same at its pleasure. (4) Adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation
and conduct of its affairs and business. (5) Acquire, receive, take, by purchase, gift, lease,
devise, or otherwise, and hold property of every description, real, personal, or mixed, whether
located in one or more counties or municipalities and whether located within or outside the
authorizing county. (6) Make, enter into, and execute contracts, agreements, leases, and other
instruments and take other actions as may be necessary or convenient to accomplish any purpose
for which the authority was organized, or exercise any... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-62-7 Powers of authority generally; operation of facilities by authority. (a) Every
authority shall have all of the powers necessary and convenient to carry out and effectuate
the purposes and provisions of this chapter, including, without limiting the generality of
the foregoing, the following powers: (1) To have succession in its corporate name for the
duration of time (which may be in perpetuity, subject to the provisions of Section 11-62-17)
specified in its certificate of incorporation; (2) To sue and be sued in its own name in civil
suits and actions and to defend suits against it; (3) To adopt and make use of a corporate
seal and to alter the same at pleasure; (4) To adopt, alter, and repeal bylaws, regulations,
and rules, not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter, for the regulation and conduct
of its affairs and business; (5) To acquire, whether by gift, purchase, transfer, foreclosure,
lease, or otherwise, and to expand, improve, maintain, equip, and... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

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