Section 9-2-3 Powers and duties as to state parks and parkways, etc. The Department of Conservation
and Natural Resources, for the purpose of establishing, developing and maintaining state parks
and parkways, may acquire land by donation, purchase, condemnation or lease and for these
purposes may use such funds as may be available to it and not otherwise obligated and may
enter into agreements with the federal government or other agencies for acquiring by lease,
purchase or otherwise such lands as in its judgment are desirable for state parks or parkways.
As to the purchase of lands, such agreements may provide for a division of the payments over
a period of years, in which case the payments may be secured by mortgage; provided, that no
liability shall attach to the State of Alabama or any of its departments, boards, bureaus
or commissions or any member or official thereof if the security specifically given in any
such mortgage is insufficient to pay said mortgage at a forced sale or...
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Section 9-2-9 Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources - Powers and duties as to
state parks, etc., generally. The Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, acting
through the Division of Parks, shall have the following powers and authorities: (1) To acquire
in the name of the State of Alabama by purchase, lease, agreement, license, condemnation or
otherwise land deemed necessary or desirable to be preserved, improved, protected and maintained
as a part of the state park system and to accept in his discretion, in fee or otherwise, land
donated, entrusted, conveyed or devised to the state for like purposes and with like discretion
to accept gifts, contributions or bequests of money or other personal property of value to
be used or expended for the benefit of the state park system; (2) To contract and make cooperative
agreements with the federal government and with states, counties, municipalities, corporations,
associations or individuals for the purpose of...
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Section 9-15-30 Title to swamp and overflowed lands and swamp and overflowed indemnity lands
patented to state by federal government; utilization, disposition, etc., of same generally.
(a) Title to all lands of the swamp and overflowed category or swamp and overflowed indemnity
lands, which are, subsequent to September 5, 1951, patented to the State of Alabama by the
federal government and recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, shall be vested in
the Division of Lands of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. (b) The Commissioner
of Conservation and Natural Resources shall utilize such lands for the purpose or purposes
which he deems to be most expedient and beneficial. He is hereby authorized to practice forestry
upon such lands and may lease such lands for the exploration or extraction of oil, gas or
other minerals. Said land shall be supervised and managed in the same manner as other lands
which are under the supervision of the Department of Conservation...
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Section 9-3-4 Powers and duties generally. The functions and duties of the commission shall
be as follows: (1) To protect, conserve and increase the timber and forest resources of this
state and to administer all laws relating to timber and forestry and the protection, conservation
and increase of such resources; (2) To make exploration, surveys, studies and reports concerning
the timber and forest resources and to publish such thereof as will be of general interest;
(3) To maintain, supervise, operate and control all state forests; (4) To cooperate with and
enter into cooperative agreements and stipulations with the Secretary of Agriculture of the
United States or any other federal officer or department, board, bureau, commission, agency
or office thereunto authorized with respect to the protection of timbered and forest-producing
land from fire, insects and disease, the acquisition of forest lands to be developed, administered
and managed as state forests, the production, procurement...
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Section 40-23-4 Exemptions. (a) There are exempted from the provisions of this division and
from the computation of the amount of the tax levied, assessed, or payable under this division
the following: (1) The gross proceeds of the sales of lubricating oil and gasoline as defined
in Sections 40-17-30 and 40-17-170 and the gross proceeds from those sales of lubricating
oil destined for out-of-state use which are transacted in a manner whereby an out-of-state
purchaser takes delivery of such oil at a distributor's plant within this state and transports
it out-of-state, which are otherwise taxed. (2) The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales,
of fertilizer when used for agricultural purposes. The word "fertilizer" shall not
be construed to include cottonseed meal, when not in combination with other materials. (3)
The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales, of seeds for planting purposes and baby chicks and
poults. Nothing herein shall be construed to exempt or exclude from the computation of...
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Section 22-27-47 Local plans required. (a) Each county and any municipality as described below
shall submit to the department, within one and one-half years of May 16, 1989, a plan for
the management of solid waste generated within its boundaries. A county's plan shall include
the municipal jurisdictions within its boundaries except that any municipality may choose
to submit its own solid waste management plan intended for implementation within its city
limits and thereby be excluded from its county plan. Cities which do not choose to exclude
themselves from their county's plan shall be responsible to share in the county's costs proportionately
on a per capita basis. The content of all plans shall be consistent with the requirements
of this article and every plan shall not become final until it has been officially adopted
and approved pursuant to the requirements of this article. In the event a county or city does
not submit a required plan or if said plan does not meet the minimum...
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Section 33-18-1 Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama hereby agrees
to the following interstate compact known as the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact:
Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact The States of Alabama 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 "Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa
River Basin Compact" and shall be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACT
Compact" or "compact." Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States
of Alabama 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 surface waters of the ACT, engaging in water planning,...
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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 40-10-137 Conveyance to Department of Conservation and Natural Resources of land bid
in by state - Procedure. Any lands which have been bid in by the state at tax sale shall,
after three years have elapsed from the date of sale to the state and no person having any
interest therein having redeemed same from tax sale, be subject to conveyance to the Department
of Conservation and Natural Resources in the manner hereinafter provided: (1) Whenever the
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shall determine any lands which have been
bid in by the state at tax sale and the title to which has not passed out of the state, to
be suitable or desirable for the use of the said Department of Conservation and Natural Resources,
either for the purpose of being used as a state park, state forest, or for the purpose of
exchange for other lands of equal value, which are determined to be suitable for said purposes,
or for any other use or disposition which the Department of Conservation...
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Section 9-14-4 Construction, maintenance, etc., of roads leading from state highways to lands
in state park system. The State Department of Transportation is hereby authorized and empowered
upon the request of the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources to construct, reconstruct
and maintain roads leading from a state highway to any land included in the state park system.
The State Director of Transportation shall confer with the Commissioner of Conservation and
Natural Resources before deciding upon the location and character of any such improvement.
The State Department of Transportation is hereby authorized and empowered, upon the request
of the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, to construct, reconstruct and maintain
roads within the boundary of any land or lands included in the state park system. The construction
and reconstruction of such roads shall be in accordance with the development plan for the
said land or lands as approved by the Commissioner...
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