Alabama Code Title 9. Conservation and Natural Resources § 9-8A-4.1
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(a) There is hereby established the Alabama Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission Revolving Fund to consist of all moneys received by the commission from legislative appropriations or from any other source, including any and all interest earned from such funds. Any funds remaining in the Alabama Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission Fund at the end of any fiscal year shall remain in said fund and is hereby reappropriated to the commission in each subsequent year.
(b) The state Budget Officer shall allocate to the commission its entire state appropriation for any fiscal year prior to January 2 of that fiscal year.
(c) The commission is hereby authorized to expend funds in the Alabama Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission Revolving Fund to pay expenses of the commission, to pay salaries of any personnel employed or contracted with by the commission, to reimburse the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee for expenditures and expenses incurred in its support of the Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission, to support the operations of the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee, and to perform any other legitimate power of the commission. The remainder of funds may be allocated to the soil and water conservation districts in the manner prescribed in Section 9-8A-5.
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