Section 22-22A-12

Link to law: http://alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/codeofalabama/1975/22-22A-12.htm
Published: 2015

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Section 22-22A-12

Section 22-22A-12Coastal Resources Advisory Committee; composition; terms; chairman; meetings.

(a) There is hereby created a Coastal Resources Advisory Committee to advise the department and the Office of State Planning and Federal Programs on all matters concerning the coastal area. The committee shall consist of not less than seven members who shall be predominantly from Baldwin and Mobile Counties.



(b) The initial members of the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee shall be the current Coastal Area Board established by Section 9-7-14, as amended and abolished by this chapter. The terms of the initial members of the committee shall be for one year beginning October 1, 1982.



(c) The subsequent membership of the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee shall be as follows:



(1) One member shall be a member of the Mobile City Commission and shall be selected by that commission;



(2) One member shall be a member of the Mobile County Commission and shall be selected by that commission;



(3) One member shall be a member of the Baldwin County Commission and shall be selected by that commission;



(4) One member shall be an official of a municipal corporation in Baldwin County and shall be selected by the Baldwin County Mayors Association;



(5) One member shall be the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, who may designate an employee of his department to represent him on the committee;



(6) One member shall be the State Geologist who may designate an employee of his agency to represent him on the committee; and



(7) One member shall be the director of the Marine Environmental Science Consortium.



The term of each of these members of the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee shall be consistent with his elective or appointive office.



(d) Additional members of the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee may be appointed by the Governor for terms not to exceed four years and shall be eligible for reappointment.



(e) The committee shall meet initially to select a chairman and subsequent meetings of the committee shall be at the call of the chairman of the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee or the director of the Office of State Planning and Federal Programs.

(Acts 1982, No. 82-612, p. 1111, §13.)