Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-9-262
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(a) An advisory board to be known as the Fort Tombeckbee Historical Advisory Board is hereby authorized to be appointed by the Governor for the purpose of advising the Alabama Historical Commission on the acquisition, maintenance and protection of certain properties and objects of historical interest at Fort Tombeckbee in Sumter County. Said board shall be composed of three members, and the first appointees shall be appointed to serve for terms of two, four and six years, respectively, and subsequent appointees shall serve for terms of four years. Such members shall serve without compensation.
(b) Said board shall advise the Alabama Historical Commission: To acquire title, possession or control of such properties and also of objects of historic interest at Fort Tombeckbee as it may deem necessary or proper, to be maintained, preserved and protected on behalf of the State of Alabama; to mark in suitable manner the places or locations of historic interest at such point; and to prepare and publish for distribution pamphlets or other printed matter with respect thereto. The Alabama Historical Commission may, in its complete discretion, act upon any suggestions or advice of the advisory board. Any expenses incurred by the board shall be paid out of any money appropriated by the Legislature or by any gift, bequest or grant from whatever source.
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