Section 2-6A-4

Regional districts and offices.

The commission shall take such steps as shall be necessary to divide the state into so many regional districts as the commission shall determine to be needed for purposes of effective and efficient application of the program. A regional office shall be established in each of the designated districts, which office shall be staffed by a regional coordinator, to be selected by the program coordinator with the approval of the commission, and such support personnel as the commission deems appropriate. Where possible, the regional office shall locate its headquarters in facilities presently being utilized by other state agencies or institutions of higher education, the governing boards of all of which are directed to cooperate with the commission in the establishment of such regional offices.

(Acts 1986, No. 86-422, p. 763, §4.)