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Description: Alabama's checkbook
Subject: Finance - Alabama, Accountability in government - Alabama, State spending - Alabama, Plans and Performance - Alabama, Ethics - Alabama, Meetings and Campaign Finance - Alabama, State properties - Alabama, Governor's Office Spending - Alabama
Description: On this web page, you will be able to access license records to see if an Electrical Contractor or Journeyman Electrician is currently licensed, obtain forms to apply for licensure for Electrical Contractor or Journeyman Electrician and obtain copies of the law and rules and regulations. All examination information will be under the applicant information booklet section and contains all references, contents of the exam and sample questions.
Description: It is the mission of the Alabama Fire College and Personnel Standards Commission to prepare Alabama’s firefighters and first responders to protect our communities from the loss of life and property. We accomplish this mission through the development and delivery of excellent training courses and by administering the process of fire service certification in the State of Alabama. We are also proud to provide our training and certification services to private industry and to U. S. Department of Defense firefighting forces located at military installations around the world.
Subject: Firefighters - Alabama
Description: The Alabama Board of Funeral Service is the regulatory and licensing agency for the funeral home profession in the state of Alabama. It was created in 1975 by Act 214 of the Alabama Legislature's Regular Session and actual office operation began in early 1976. The Board is made up of seven members, one from each U.S. Congressional district. The members are appointed by the governor and serve two year terms and may serve no more than two terms. Each October a meeting is held in Montgomery for all funeral directors and embalmers of the state for the purpose of nominating potential members for the districts that terms expire in December of that year, with the new terms beginning in January. On odd numbered years nominations are taken for districts three, four, six, and seven. On even numbered years nominations are taken for districts one, two, and five. To be eligible to serve a person must have been either licensed to practice embalming for ten consecutive years prior to the appointment or actively engaged in the practice of funeral directing for ten consecutive years prior to the appointment and must also be the operator of a funeral establishment. The total Board composition must include a minimum of four licensed embalmers, with the remaining members who are funeral directors who are also funeral establishment operators. In addition, at no time may the Board have more than four members of the same race.
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