Legal Documents

 

SF9.D1 Folder 17

    Legal Documents - Americans with Disabilities Act

Item 1: Letter dated November 9, 1992, from A. Gene McKenzie, Coordinator - Americans with Disabilities Act, to James Pate, ADA Designated Rep-Fort Tombecbee Commisssion, requesting information on ADA implementation status as of November 1, 1992

Item 2: Letter dated April 16, 1993, from A. Gene McKenzie to James Pate regarding lack of response to previous inquiries about the SCHPS ADA implementation status

Item 3: Handbill (undated) entitled "Second Chance for ADA Workshop"

Item 4: Sixteen-paged document outlining and detailing ADA requirements for historic buildings, entitled "Americans with Disabilities Act ADA Administrative Requirements Workshop June 29 and 30, 1992"
 

 SF9.D1 Folder 18

    Legal Documents - Cap Bill
            Item 1: Letter dated February 21, 1989, from Chemical Waste Management General Manager Rodger Henson to Billy Stuart of the SCHPS regarding proposed "cap" bills pending in the Alabama House and Senate

Item 2: Three-paged document entitled, "Public Policy and the Management of Wastes: Why Not the Best?"

Item 3: Letter dated January 26, 1988, from SCHPS President William B. Stuart to Alabama Senator Ann Bedsole requesting assistance in passing a bill for statewide legislation for the establishment of historical preservation commissions in towns and cities; attached is a reply from Bedsole dated February 2, 1988

Item 4: Letter dated January 26, 1988, from William B. Stuart to Alabama Senator Richard S. Manley requesting assistance in passing a bill for statewide legislation for the establishment of historical preservation commissions in towns and cities

Item 5: Letter dated March 13, 1989, from Alabama Senator Ann Bedsole to William B. Stuart regarding the Emelle Legislation with attached reply from Stuart dated March 21, 1989

Item 6: Letter dated May 30, 1986, from Ann Bedsole to William B. Stuart regarding legislation about hazardous waste

Item 7: Letter dated March 9, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Hon. Jimmy Holley in appreciation for his assistance in acquiring taxes for Sumter County as a result of Chemical Waste activity and also requesting his assistance in defeating the proposed Cap Bill

Item 8: Letter dated March 8, 1989, from William B. Stuart to House Judiciary Committee regarding dissatisfaction with proposed Cap Bill; copies attached

Item 9: Letter dated March 13, 1989, from William B. Stuart to House Judiciary Committee regarding continued dissatisfaction with the proposed Cap Bill

Item 10: Undated document listing names, addresses, and brief political sketches of House Judiciary Committee members

Item 11: Letter dated March 9, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Hon. Hank Sanders requesting assistance defeating the proposed Cap Bill; copy attached

Item 12: Letter dated March 8, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Hon. Ann Bedsole requesting assistance in defeating the proposed Cap Bill

Item 13: Letter dated March 8, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Hon. Richard S. Manley requesting assistance in defeating the proposed Cap Bill

Item 14: Two-page handwritten undated document, possibly a speech, requesting a "No" vote on the Cap Bill and giving reasons supporting such a vote

Item 15: Handwritten notes (undated) about a loss of funding and possible employment if the Cap Bill is passed

Item 16: Photocopy of a handwritten document detailing current and future funding - based on the Cap Bill's passage - for all Sumter County institutions receiving money from Chemical Waste Management tonnage taxes

Item 17: Handwritten undated letter from William B. Stuart to a Mr. Slaughter requesting assistance in preserving the Sumter County tonnage base of 600,000 tons

Item 18: Two-sided document created by the Chemical Waste Management, Inc. entitled "Economic and Business Impact on Alabama and Sumter County"

Item 19: Letter dated March 28, 1989, from Ann Bedsole to William B. Stuart regarding assistance on the Emelle legislation with insert from William B. Stuart about a large number of protesters of the Emelle legislation

Item 20: Letter dated March 15, 1989, from Alabama Representative Lucius Black to William B. Stuart regarding receipt of previous letters concerning pending bills in the legislature relative to hazardous waste disposal sites
 

SF9.D1 Folder 19

    Legal Documents - Contracts

Item 1: Letter dated March 31, 1988, from William B. Stuart to Livingston University President Dr. Asa N. Green and Sumter County Commission Chairman O. D. Threadgill regarding an executed copy of an Agreement by and between Livingston University, the Sumter County Commission, and the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society; copy attached

Item 2: Letter dated September 14, 1987, from Asa N. Green to Billy Stuart regarding an attached letter from Green dated September 14, 1987; also attached is a copy of the revised and signed Agreement
 

SF9.D1 Folder 20

    Legal Documents - Historic Preservation Commissions Bill

Item 1: Sixteen-paged Bill proposal for LRS 87-2221:12/10/87 for the establishment of a Historic Preservation Commission
 

SF9.D1 Folder 21

    Legal Documents - Tax Information

Item 1:  Brochure entitled "Preservation Tax Incentives for Historic Buildings" published in 1987 by the U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers

Item 2:  Five copies of the two-sided Tax Reform Act of 1976

Item 3:  News Tabloid dated November 1977 from the Preservation News Supplement entitled, "Preservation and the Tax Reform Act of 1976"

Item 4:  Flyer entitled "Tax Breaks for Rehabilitations (undated)

Item 5:  Pamphlet of the Alabama Law: Second Special Session, 1978, to be  preserved until the Act was published in permanent form
 

SF9.D1 Folder 22

    Legal Documents - "Troopers Bill"

Item 1:  Letter dated April 3, 1990, from Alabama Senator Ann Bedsole responding to Committees concerned about SB 74, the "Troopers Bill"

Item 2:  Memorandum dated March 12, 1990, from Dr. David G. Bronner to Retirement Systems of Alabama members regarding the Alabama State Trooper Association's desire (SB 74) to draw full retirement benefits and go back to work for an RSA member unit

Item 3:  Letter dated March 21, 1990, from Richard S. Manley to William B. Stuart in acknowledgement of Stuart's March 15, 1990, letter of opposition to SB 74, the "Trooper's Bill"