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Alabama Code Title 45. Local Laws § 45-8-90.01

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(a) This section shall be operative only in Calhoun County.

(b)(1) The Calhoun County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) is authorized and empowered to enter into contracts, leases, compacts, or other form of agreement with the United States of America or its agencies, departments, bureaus, divisions, or institutions, with the State of Alabama or its agencies, departments, bureaus, divisions, or institutions, and with any other county or economic development authority, within or without the state, for the purpose of receiving or acquiring funds, matching funds, services, land, materials, supplies, buildings, structures, waterways, docking facilities, and any and all other benefits deemed for the public interest in the promotion of regional industrial and economic development.

(2) The contracts, leases, compacts, or other forms of agreement may contain covenants and considerations as considered reasonable and necessary and for public use only, including, but not limited to, contributions by the CCEDC either in funds or materials, supplies, machinery, services, land, labor, rights-of-way, easements, buildings, terminals, and related facilities for waterway improvements and expansion and may contain other provisions of maintenance, indemnification, and utility facilities as shall be required by the contracting agencies to provide a useful and feasible development for use by the public.

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