Section 9-8-22 State Soil and Water Conservation Committee. (a) There is hereby established,
to serve as an agency of the state and to perform the functions conferred upon it in this
article, the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee. (b) This committee shall consist
of nine persons: The Director of the State Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service, the
Director of the State Agricultural Experiment Station, the Supervisor of Vocational Agricultural
Education and six members who are soil and water conservation district supervisors, to be
appointed by the Governor, one such appointive member from each of the six major geographical
areas of the state as such areas are designated on January 1, 1972, by the State Association
of Soil and Water Conservation district supervisors. The appointive members of the committee
shall hold office for a term of three years and until their successors are appointed. Such
members shall be appointed by the Governor from a list containing the names...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8-22.htm - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8-20 Definitions. Wherever used or referred to in this article, unless a different
meaning clearly appears from the context: (1) DISTRICT or SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT.
A governmental subdivision of this state and a public body corporate and politic organized
in accordance with the provisions of this article for the purposes, with the powers and subject
to the restrictions set forth in this article. (2) SUPERVISOR. One of the members of the governing
body of a district appointed in accordance with the provisions of this article. (3) COMMITTEE
or STATE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION COMMITTEE. The agency created in Section 9-8-22. (4)
PETITION. A petition filed under the provisions of subsection (a) of Section 9-8-23 for the
creation of a district. (5) STATE. The State of Alabama. (6) AGENCY OF THIS STATE. Such term
includes the government of this state and any subdivision, agency or instrumentality, corporate
or otherwise, of the government of this state. (7) UNITED...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8-20.htm - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8-24 Supervisors. The governing body of the district shall consist of one supervisor
from each of the counties within the district, but in no event less than five, appointed as
provided in this article. The supervisors shall be persons who are by training and experience
qualified to perform the specialized skilled service which will be required of them in the
performance of their duties under this article. The supervisors shall designate a chairman
and may, from time to time, change such designation. Each supervisor shall be appointed for
a term of three years except that of those supervisors who are first appointed, two shall
be designated to serve for one year, two for two years and the remaining number for three
years: provided, that in existing districts such appointments for one, two and three year
terms will be made at the expiration of the terms of the present supervisors and thereafter
appointments will be made for the regular three-year term. A supervisor shall hold...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8-24.htm - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 34-32-7 Soil and Water Conservation Committee to serve as state board; appointment
of advisory council; duties, organization, etc. (a) The Alabama Soil and Water Conservation
Committee shall serve as and be the State Board of Registration for Professional Soil Classifiers,
and it shall be the duty of such board to administer the provisions of this chapter. The board
shall appoint an advisory council of five members, four of whom shall be qualified professional
soil classifiers who shall have the qualifications required in this chapter. It shall be the
duty of such council to recommend certification of those persons eligible to become registered
soil classifiers. The fifth member of the advisory council shall be the administrative officer
of the board. The other four members of the advisory council shall be appointed for terms
of office of five years and until their respective successors have been appointed and qualified;
provided that one of the initial members shall be...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/34-32-7.htm - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8-23 Creation and incorporation of districts; increase or decrease in boundaries;
reorganization; change of name. (a) Any 25 owners of land lying within the limits of the territory
proposed to be organized into a district may file a petition with the State Soil and Water
Conservation Committee asking that a soil and water conservation district be organized to
function in the territory described in the petition. Such petition shall set forth: (1) The
proposed name of said district; (2) That there is need in the interest of the public health,
safety and welfare for a soil and water conservation district to function in the territory
described in the petition; (3) A description of the territory proposed to be organized as
a district, which description shall not be required to be given by metes and bounds or by
legal subdivisions but shall be deemed sufficient if generally accurate; and (4) A request
that the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee duly define the boundaries...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8-23.htm - 18K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8A-12 Reporting and accounting by soil and water conservation districts. Since appropriations
made by the Legislature to the commission are anticipated to be made to the commission with
respect to each fiscal year, each soil and water conservation district committee will maintain
separate control ledgers and prepare separate reports of work accomplished with allocated
funds for each fiscal year. The district supervisor will submit a monthly report to the State
Soil and Water Conservation Committee indicating the unobligated balance of allocated funds
as shown on each ledger at the close of the last day of each month. Quarterly compilation
of the reports shall be submitted by the state to the commission. The districts will also
submit through the state committee an annual progress report to the commission. These reports
will reflect accomplishments "to date" by program year funds. Annual reports shall
be submitted to the commission on or before November 4 each year. Each...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8A-12.htm - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8-50 Definitions. For the purpose of this article, the following words and phrases
shall have the meanings indicated unless the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
(1) WATERSHED CONSERVANCY DISTRICT or WATERSHED DISTRICT. A subdistrict of a soil and water
conservation district which constitutes a governmental subdivision of this state and a public
body, corporate and politic, organized in accordance with the provisions of this article for
the purposes, with the powers and subject to the restrictions set forth in this article. (2)
DIRECTOR. One of the members of the governing body of a watershed conservancy district. (3)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The governing body of a watershed conservancy district. (4) SUPERVISOR.
A supervisor of a soil and water conservation district in which a watershed conservancy district
is situated. (5) BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. The governing body of the soil and water conservation
district in which a watershed conservancy district is situated or, if...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8-50.htm - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-8A-3 Commission - Members and officers; terms of office; vacancies; compensation
and expenses; meetings; quorum; record of proceedings; copies of proceedings as evidence;
members and officers not personally liable. (a) The members of the commission shall consist
of the Governor; the Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries; the President of the Alabama
Farmers Federation; the President of the Alabama Cattlemen's Association; the Chair of the
State Soil and Water Conservation Committee; a member of the Alabama Forestry Commission designated
by the Governor; the President of the Alabama Association of Conservation Districts; and two
citizens of the state of good reputation who are active farmers or timberland owners or involved
in environmental protection appointed by the Governor. Each voting member of the commission,
except the two citizens appointed by the Governor, may appoint a designee to represent him
or her at all commission meetings. The members of the commission may...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-8A-3.htm - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-10C-4 Alabama Drought Assessment and Planning Team. (a) There is created the Alabama
Drought Assessment and Planning Team (ADAPT) consisting of the following members: (1) The
Office of Water Resources Division Director or his or her designated representative. (2) The
AEMA Director or his or her designated representative. (3) The ADEM Director or his or her
designated representative. (4) The Alabama Adjutant General or his or her designated representative.
(5) The AGI Commissioner or his or her designated representative. (6) The ADCNR Commissioner
or his or her designated representative. (7) The Alabama State Forester or his or her designated
representative. (8) The State Geologist of Alabama or his or her designated representative.
(9) The State Climatologist of Alabama or his or her designated representative. (10) The Chair
of the Drought Monitoring and Impact Group (MIG) Subcommittee. (11) A representative from
Choctawhatchee Pea River Watershed Authority. (12) Two members...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-10C-4.htm - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages
Section 9-10B-12 Water Resources Commission created; membership. There is hereby created the
Alabama Water Resources Commission. The commission shall consist of 19 members who are citizens
of this state as follows: (1) Seven of the members of the commission shall be appointed by
the Governor with one member being a resident of each congressional district and with at least
one member being a resident of each surface water region; provided, however, that no more
than two residents from each surface water region may be appointed by the Governor to serve
on the commission at the same time. (2) The Governor shall also appoint one member of the
commission from a list of five candidates submitted by an organization representing a majority
of the rural water systems in the state, and one member from a list of five candidates submitted
by a statewide organization representing soil and water conservation districts in the state.
(3) Five of the members of the commission shall be appointed by the...
alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/CodeOfAlabama/1975/9-10B-12.htm - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages