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Policy Committees

The League has five standing policy committees comprised of mayors and councilmembers from each congressional district in the state. The committees convene in February/March at League headquarters to hear from state and federal resource advisors and to update their policy statements for the League’s Policies and Goals document. This important document will be used by the Committee on State and Federal Legislation when it meets in December to develop the League’s Legislative Package for the Regular Session.


Committee on Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations (FAIR)
FAIR Roster 2017 - 2018

FAIR reviews and develops policy on fiscal matters affecting municipalities, including municipal administration, intergovernmental mandates, personnel policies, liability, public records retention/destruction, workers and unemployment compensation and revenues and finance. The Committee also reviews trends relating to consolidation of jurisdictions and potential threats to the integrity of local government.


Committee on Energy, Environment and Natural Resources (EENR)
EENR Roster 2017 - 2018

EENR reviews and develops policy on environmental issues, energy initiatives and quality of life considerations, including water and air quality, solid waste, hazardous/toxic wastes and pollution control. The Committee also reviews Alabama trends relating to hazardous and solid waste disposal and air and water pollution as well as garbage disposal methods, regional disposal areas, incineration, land fill and rodent and vector control.


Committee on Transportation, Public Safety and Communication (TPSC)
TPSC Roster 2017 - 2018

TPSC reviews and develops policy on transportation programs and their revenue sources and allocations; public works programs, particularly those related to infrastructure development; public and private utilities, including telecommunications; and public safety issues, including crime prevention, law enforcement, fire prevention and protection, emergency medical services, emergency management and response, motor vehicle safety and animal control.


Committee on Human Development (HD)
HD Roster 2017 - 2018

HD reviews and develops policy on social service and educational issues affecting municipalities. The Committee also reviews ways municipalities may improve the local environment for health care, mental health programs, juvenile and senior citizen programs, developing training and employment opportunities, welfare reform and Medicare and Medicaid programs.


Committee on Community and Economic Development (CED)
CED Roster 2017 - 2018

CED reviews and develops policy on factors affecting the physical development of cities and towns, including community, industrial and economic development; tourism and recreation; housing; planning and zoning; code enforcement; enterprise zone development and regulation; and downtown redevelopment.