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At its meeting on July 29, 1999, the State Records Commission approved new records disposition authorities (RDAs) for the ALABAMA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD, the HOME BUILDERS' LICENSURE BOARD, and the ALABAMA PEACE OFFICERS' STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMISSION. How To Do Paper Water Restoration

The commission also approved revisions of the RDAs for the How To Do Paper Water Restoration ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY and the OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR, and reviewed annual RDA implementation reports from state agencies with approved RDAs.

The Local Government Records Commission's July meeting was canceled after a local government requested the postponement of its RDA, which was the major How To Do Paper Water Restoration agenda item for the meeting.

The draft RDA and other How To Do Paper Water Restoration pending matters will be held over for the commission to consider in October. The next meeting of the State and Local Government Records Commissions will be held on Thursday, October 28, 1999, in the Milo B. Howard Auditorium of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, 624 Washington Avenue, Montgomery.

Starting times are 10:00 a.m. (State) and 1:30 p.m. (Local). New Member Assigned to the State How To Do Paper Water Restoration and Local Government Records Commissions Joanne Ninesling, who had represented the Secretary of State's Office on the State and Local Government Records Commissions since January, 1998, resigned from service in April 1999. ADAH has appreciated Ms. Ninesling's work on the How To Do Paper Water Restoration commissions.

Secretary of State Jim Bennett appointed Margaret Tyus as his new How To Do Paper Water Restoration representative. State Agency Advisory Committee Reorganized Under Sections 41-13-20 and -21 of the Code of Alabama 1975, the State Records Commission is charged with determining the disposition of all state government records.

The commission, in carrying out its responsibilities, may issue How To Do Paper Water Restoration guidelines, rules, and regulations on records classification and retention. In 1997, the ADAH Government Records Division (GRD), which acts as the commission's staff, established a State Agency Advisory Committee to obtain advice and feedback from state agencies about commission procedures that affect the appraisal and disposition of state government records.

The committee is composed of state agency representatives, several of whom have worked with GRD staff on records disposition authorities (RDAs) or other How To Do Paper Water Restoration records management issues.

During the past year, several How To Do Paper Water Restoration committee members have retired or separated from state service, requiring the selection of new members by GRD staff. As currently organized, the State Agency Advisory Committee includes the following ten members: Hanna Bates (Office of the Secretary of State), Scott Demick ( Department of Environmental Management),

Roscoe Howell (Department of How To Do Paper Water Restoration Public Safety), Linda Lupian (Crime Victims Compensation Commission), Cindy Pitts (Department of Rehabilitation Services), Linda Nelson (Office of Voter Registration), David Rosenblatt (Auburn University), Sharon Russell (Examiners of Public Accounts), Arlene Smith (Department of Revenue), How To Do Paper Water Restoration and Marilyn Tucker (Department of How To Do Paper Water Restoration Finance).

The How To Do Paper Water Restoration Government Records Division appreciates the support of these agencies in its efforts to preserve the state's archival records and improve state records management. Records of Governor's Office and Other State Agencies Transferred to ADAH As one of its responsibilities, the Government Records Division continues to acquire the records of state agencies.

Highlights of our acquisitions since the last How To Do Paper Water Restoration issue of Government Records News include: 77 cubic feet of records from the Governor's Office, including Vetoed Bills (1999), News Clippings (1987-1990, 1994-1997), Administrative Files (1993-1997), Appointments (1986-1992), Subject Files (1980-1997), Correspondence (1995-1996), and State Vehicle Usage Reports (1995-1997);Secretary of State Enrolled Acts (1996);Finance Director Records of Administrative Head (1993-1999);Nursing Board Meeting Minutes (1981-1992); and Corrections How To Do Paper Water Restoration Program Administrative Records (1926-1976).

Records of 1998-99 Legislative Session, How To Do Paper Water Restoration Board to be Available at ADAH Observers of Alabama's recent legislative session will be glad to learn that its records are becoming available for research in the ADAH reference room.

By working closely with the Secretary of State's Office, the Governor's Office, and the legislature to transfer their records in a timely manner, Government Records Division archivists are able to ensure that this valuable public How To Do Paper Water Restoration information is quickly accessible to the people of our state.

Among the last session's more interesting items was HB-535, which passed both houses of the legislature but was ultimately vetoed by the Governor. Ostensibly, the bill was submitted as a change in the law governing the age of servers of alcohol, but buried in its lengthy text was language to allow the How To Do Paper Water Restoration sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays.

Since vetoing How To Do Paper Water Restoration , Governor Siegelman has asked his staff and legislative allies to investigate how such wording could have been hidden in the bill, and how similar occurrences can be prevented in the future. Researchers of state alcohol control policy will soon find other records at ADAH to stimulate their interest.

With the State Records Commission's passage of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board's RDA How To Do Paper Water Restoration, Government Records Division archivists will work with the agency to transfer some of its voluminous records to ADAH for reference use. To check on the availability of these or other records in ADAH collections, call the archival reference desk at (334)242-4435, ext. How To Do Paper Water Restoration.

Loose How To Do Paper Water Restoration Records Volunteer Training Workshop to be Held at ADAH ADAH will conduct another training workshop for loose records project volunteers on Wednesday, August 18, in the Milo Howard Auditorium of the Archives building (624 Washington Avenue, Montgomery). How To Do Paper Water Restoration

The workshop will start at 9:00 a.m. and finish at 12:30 p.m. Government Records Division archivists and staff from the Genealogical Society of Utah (GSU) will provide instruction on loose records preparation. Volunteers who have not yet started work on their loose records, or who could not come to our earlier How To Do Paper Water Restoration workshops, are especially encouraged to attend.

Staff of county probate offices and circuit courts participating in the program are also welcome. Staff, Students Assist City of Auburn in Disaster Recovery Students from Auburn University's graduate program in archives, advised by Government Records Division archivists, recently provided on-site disaster recovery assistance to the City of Auburn, where a basement How To Do Paper Water Restoration records storage area flooded during heavy rains in June.

Students Steve Murray, Bertis English, Mark Myers, and Dave Dryden spent two weeks air-drying wet records according to How To Do Paper Water Restoration instructions from ADAH conservation officer Linda Overman. Later, archivists Frank Brown and Tom Turley visited Auburn to advise city officials on destruction procedures for records too badly damaged to be salvaged.

Another Auburn student, Sylvia Hahnsman, will complete the salvage project. ADAH staff members continue to work with the city on improving its records storage areas and How To Do Paper Water Restoration management procedures.

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