Section 11-86A-11

Amendment of articles.

(a) The articles of an authority may be amended in the manner provided in this section. The board of directors shall adopt a resolution proposing an amendment to the articles. The amendment shall be fully set forth in the resolution and may include any matters that might have been included in the original articles.

(b) After the adoption by the board of directors of a resolution proposing an amendment to the articles, the chair and the secretary of the authority shall sign and file with the governing body of the county of incorporation and of each participating municipality a written application in the name and on behalf of the authority, under its seal, requesting the county and each participating municipality to adopt a resolution approving the proposed amendment, and accompanied by a copy of the resolution adopted by the board of directors proposing the amendment to the articles. The county and each participating municipality shall therein review the application and adopt a resolution either denying the application or approving and authorizing the proposed amendment. A resolution need not be published or posted or offered for more than one reading.

(c) Following the adoption of a resolution approving the proposed amendment by the county commission of the county of incorporation and of each participating municipality, the chair and the secretary of the authority shall sign and file in the office of the probate judge a certificate in the name and on behalf of the authority, under its seal, reciting the adoption of resolutions by the board and by the governing body of the county of incorporation and of each participating municipality and setting forth the proposed amendment. The probate judge shall record the certificate. The amendment shall become effective upon recordation.

(Act 2000-106, p. 129, §11.)