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Alabama Regional and Local Government Agencies

Collected by: Alabama State Archives

Archived since: Nov, 2008


This collection is composed of agencies and commissions that have authority over more than one county but generally are not state wide. Most of these are either regional planning commissions or water authorities. There are also efforts that cross state lines, like the Appalachian Regional Commission covering the entire southeast, and the Historic Chattahoochee Commission that works in both Georgia and Alabama. In addition, there are some statewide efforts, such as the County Commissioners of Alabama, the Alabama League of Municipalities, Alabama Farmer's Cooperative, Alabama Coastal Foundation, and the Alabama Humanities Foundations web sites.

Subject:   Regional planning - Alabama Economic development - Alabama Local government - Alabama

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Title: Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Website


Description: The Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission was founded in 1970. It was created because local government leaders from ten counties in southwest Alabama believe that the physical, economic and social well-being of the entire region and its individual communities depends on continuing area-wide cooperation and the sharing of many policies, plans and services. Participants include Choctaw, Butler County, Gilbertown, Lisman, Pennington, Silas, Toxey, Needham, Clarke County, Coffeeville, Fulton, Grove Hill, Jackson, Thomasville, Conecuh County, Castleberry, Evergreen, Repton, Dallas County, Orrville, Selma, Marengo County, Dayton, Demopolis, Faunsdale, Myrtlwood, Sweet Water, Thomaston, Linden, Monroe County, Beatrice, Excel, Frisco City, Monroeville, Vredenburgh, Perry County, Marion Uniontown, Sumter County, Cuba, Epes, Gaineville, Geiger, Livington, York, Emelle, Washington County, Chatom, McIntosh Millry, Wilcox County, Camden, Oak Hill, Pine Apple, Pine Hill, Yellow Bluff.

Captured 2 times between Sep 11, 2012 and Sep 11, 2012

Subject:   Economic development - Alabama Tombigbee River (Miss. and Ala.)

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