2006 Alabama Code - Title 2 — PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ONLY.

Article 1 In General.
Article 2 Demolition of Buildings and Structures.
Article 3 Continued Use and Occupancy of Buildings in Class 2 Municipalities.
Article 4 Convenient Right-of-Way Acquisition within Planning Jurisidiction of a Class 2 Municipality.
Article 1 Incorporation.
Article 2 Dissolution.
Article 1 Annexation of Territory by Municipalities Generally.
Article 2 Annexation of Territory by Municipalities of 2,000 Inhabitants or More.
Article 2A Annexation of Territory by Class 6 Municipality of Land Contiguous to Public University.
Article 3 Annexation of Territory by Cities of 25,000 Inhabitants or More.
Article 4 Consolidation of Contiguous Municipalities.
Article 5 Consolidation of Noncontiguous Municipalities.
Article 6 Duties of Expanded Municipalities as to Property and Obligations of Absorbed Municipalities.
Article 7 Reduction of Corporate Limits.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Manager.
Article 3 Council.
Article 4 Mayor.
Article 5 Clerk.
Article 6 Treasurer.
Article 7 Fire Department.
Article 8 Removal or Impeachment of Municipal Officers.
Article 9 Civil Service Merit Systems for Law Enforcement Officers.
Article 10 Reserve Law Enforcement Officers.
Article 11
Article 1 Council-Manager Act of 1982.
Article 2 Council-Manager Act of 1991.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Optional Form A.
Article 3 Optional Form B.
Article 4 Abandonment.
Article 1 In General.
Article 2 Adoption of Mayor-Council Form of Government Where Commission Form Violates Federal Voting Rights Act.
Article 1 Adoption of the Mayor/Commission/City Manager Form of Government; Election and Term of First Commission.
Article 2 Legal Status; Form of Government; Powers.
Article 3 The Commission.
Article 4 Mayor.
Article 5 City Manager.
Article 6 Budget.
Article 7 Commission Districts.
Article 8 Succession in Government.
Article 9 Code of Conduct and Penalties for Violations of This Chapter.
Article 10 General Provisions.
Article 11 Abandonment of Mayor/Commission/City Manager Form of Government.
Article 12 General Statutory Provisions.
Article 1 Abandonment of Commission Form of Government.
Article 2 Status of Mayor.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Elections in Certain Cities or Towns Having Mayor-Council Form of Government.
Article 3 Elections in Certain Cities or Towns Having Commission Form of Government.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Cemeteries and Burial Grounds.
Article 3 Census.
Article 4 General Police Powers.
Article 5 Powers as to Health, Sanitation and Quarantine.
Article 6 Destruction of Public Records.
Article 7 Acquisition of Lands, Easements, Rights-of-way, etc.
Article 8 Liability for Negligence of Agents, etc.
Article 9 Parks, Playgrounds and Other Recreational and Athletic Areas and Facilities.
Article 10 Off-Street Parking Facilities.
Article 11 Beach Projects of Coastal Municipalities.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Street and Sewer Improvements Outside Corporate Limits of Certain Cities.
Article 3 Assessments for Public Improvements Against Property Owned by Tenants in Common.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Establishment and Operation of Ferries on Rivers Between Two Counties.
Article 3 Requirement of Construction and Maintenance by Railroads of Bridges, Tunnels, etc., Within Limits of Certain Cities.
Article 4 Payment of Costs of Highways, Streets, etc., Constructed, Improved, etc., by Counties, State or Federal Government.
Article 5 Assumption, etc., of Authority Over Streets Controlled, Maintained, etc., by Counties.
Article 6 Vacation of Streets for Erection of Public Buildings, etc.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Acquisition of Water Supply by Foreign Municipal Corporations.
Article 3 Acquisition, Operation, etc., of Sewers or Sewer Systems by Municipalities Generally.
Article 4 Sale, Lease, etc., of Electric, Gas or Waterworks Plants by Municipalities.
Article 5 Transfer of Water Systems Without Elections.
Article 6 Transfer of Water and Sewer Systems by Municipalities Without Elections.
Article 7 Transfer of Gas System Without Elections.
Article 8 Waterworks and Sewer Boards.
Article 9 Boards for Operation of Water, Sewer, Gas and Electric Systems.
Article 10 Boards of Water and Sewer Commissioners.
Article 11 Operation of Sanitary Sewer Systems by Public Water Corporations.
Article 12 Gas Districts.
Article 13 Waterworks Utility Boards.
Article 14 Gas Utility Boards.
Article 15 Electric Utility Boards.
Article 16 District Electric Corporations.
Article 1 Property Taxes.
Article 2 License Taxes.
Article 3 Sales and Use Taxes.
Article 4 Ad Valorem Tax and Occupational License Fee Exemptions by Class 6 Municipalities.
Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Control of Subdivisions Generally.
Article 3 Reservation of Lands in Subdivisions for Future Acquisition for Public Streets.
Article 4 Zoning.
Article 1 Demolition of Unsafe Structures in Class 5 or Class 6 or Class 8 Municipalities.
Article 2 Demolition of Unsafe Structures in Certain Class 4 Municipalities.
Article 1 Acquisition and Development of Lands for Industrial Parks.
Article 2 Acquisiton, etc., of Projects for Promotion of Industry, Trade and Pollution Control Generally.
Article 3 Acquisition, etc., of Projects for Provision of Buildings and Other Facilities for Certain National Organizations.
Article 4 Industrial Development Boards.
Article 5 Acquisition, etc., of Projects for Promotion of Hotel Services and Other Businesses Generally in Certain Municipalities.
Article 6 Commercial Development Authorities in Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 Municipalities.
Article 7 Donation of Property to United States for Defense Purposes.
Article 1 Abatement of Weeds in Class 2 Municipalities.
Article 2 Abatement of Weeds in Class 5 and Class 6 or Class 8 Municipalities.
Article 3 Abatement of Grass and Weeds in Certain Class 4 Municipalities.
Article 4 Abatement of Weeds in Any Municipality.

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