2020 Code of Alabama
Title 41 - State Government.
Chapter 23 - Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
Article 1 - General Consideration.
Section 41-23-1 - Creation; Composition; Transfer of Functions, etc., to Department.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 41-23-1 (2020)

Section 41-23-1

Creation; composition; transfer of functions, etc., to department.

There is hereby created and established the Department of Economic and Community Affairs within the Office of the Governor and directly under his supervision and control. The Department of Economic and Community Affairs shall consist of: the Governor, the Office of State Planning and Federal Programs, the Alabama Department of Energy, the Alabama Law Enforcement Planning Agency, the Office of Highway and Traffic Safety, the Office of Employment and Training, and the Office of Water Resources as presently created by and provided for in Sections 41-9-205 through 41-9-214, Sections 41-6A-1 through 41-6A-11, Sections 41-8A-1 through 41-8A-4, Sections 41-8A-8 through 41-8A-10, and Sections 41-8A-12 through 41-8A-13, 32-4-1 through 32-4-7, Executive Order No. 34, 1980, and Sections 9-10B-1 through 9-10B-30, respectively, and in accordance with the applicable federal laws. All respective functions, duties, responsibilities, obligations, property rights, appropriations, employees, property, and supplies as provided by said sections, and whether accruing or vesting, are hereby transferred to and vested in the Department of Economic and Community Affairs.

(Acts 1983, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 83-194, p. 363, §1; Acts 1993, No. 93-44, p. 78, §1.)

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