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  1. Opinion No. (1987)

    (1) Whether the State Hospital Board has authority to approve and implement parity pay for nurses in institutions that it governs in accordance with the provisions of 15 of Act 961 of 1987?


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  2. Opinion No. (1993)

    Is it a violation of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act for members of a quorum court or a quorum court committee to adjourn their noticed meeting and publicly state that the members will adjourn to a local restaurant for coffee and at the restaurant the members continue to discuss county business?


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  3. Opinion No. (2000)

    AN AMENDMENT TO PROVIDE FOR INSPECTIONS OF STRUCTURES BY ANY QUALIFIED PERSON, TO PROVIDE THAT LAND USE REGULATION BY LOCAL ENTITIES IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS MUST BE DONE BY PERSONS ELECTED BY THE VOTERS OF SAID UNINCORPORATED AREAS, TO PROVIDE THAT OWNERS OF LAND IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS MAY SELL PROPERTY AS A MATTER OF RIGHT BY GRANTING CERTAIN EASEMENTS AND ENFORCING CERTAIN SETBACK PROVISIONS, TO LIMIT STATE AND LOCAL REGULATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


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  4. Opinion No. (2005)

    I am writing in response to your request for my opinion concerning the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA") (A.C.A. § 25-19-101 et seq.). Your request is submitted pursuant to A.C.A. § 25-19-105(c)(3)(B) (Supp. 1993), which authorizes the custodian, requester, or the subject of personnel, employee evaluation, or job performance records to seek an opinion from this office stating whether the custodian's decision regarding the release of such records is consistent with the FOIA.

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  5. Opinion No. (1995)

    This letter is a response to your request, pursuant to A.C.A. §25-19-105(c)(3)(B), for an opinion regarding the provision of your personnel records to Mr. John Walker, Attorney, who represents the director of a day care facility whose license has been recommended for revocation by Child Care Licensing. It is my understanding that you supervise the worker who has been monitoring this facility. You indicate that Mr. Walker has requested the records pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act [...]

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  6. Opinion No. (1999)

    Regarding A.C.A. § 11-4-402, do the employers mentioned in that section include both public sector and private sector employers? Specifically, does this section apply to a state agency or institution?


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  7. Opinion No. (2000)

    This is in response to your request for certification, pursuant to A.C.A. § 7-9-107 (Repl. 2000), of the following popular name and ballot title for a proposed initiated act:


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  8. Opinion No. (1995)

    The provisions of A.C.A. § 23-112-311 set forth a procedure under which manufacturers or distributors of new motor vehicles must notify the Motor Vehicle Commission of their intent to establish or relocate dealerships in "relevant market areas" where existing dealers market the same product to be offered by the new or relocating dealership. Under the procedure set forth in the statute, any existing dealer may "protest" the establishment or relocation of the additional dealership. The [...]

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  9. Opinion No. (1999)

    This is in response to your request for an opinion regarding a particular contract entered into by the City of West Helena with respect to garbage collection and disposal. You have asked whether the contract is a legal document and whether the City has to renew under the contract terms.


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  10. Opinion No. (1990)

    If a county adopts an ordinance pursuant to A.C.A. 14-20-102 and the funds generated thereby are insufficient to cover the costs of defending indigents, is the county still authorized to appropriate money from the general fund, pursuant to A.C.A. 16-92-108 or otherwise, to pay the costs of court appointed attorneys for indigents?


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  11. Opinion No. (1996)

    This is in response to your request for an opinion on whether "monies allocated for use in county road and bridge repair and maintenance" may be used for other purposes, such as solid waste and animal control services.


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  12. Opinion No. (1996)

    It is my opinion that the answer to this question is "no." The mayor cannot be excluded from executive sessions.1 The mayor "shall be ex-officio president of the city council, shall preside at its meetings,


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  13. Opinion No. (1997)

    This official Attorney General opinion is rendered in response to your request, pursuant to A.C.A. § 25-19-105(c)(3)(B), for an opinion regarding the release of certain records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (A.C.A. § 25-19-101—107).


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  14. Opinion No. (2009)

    I am writing in response to your request for an opinion concerning a proposed salary arrangement between the Montgomery County Regional Public Water Authority and Mt. Ida's mayor. Given that the water authority cannot compensate the mayor for serving as a board member, 1 you ask: "Would it be permissible for [the] Regional Water Association to employ the . . . [mayor] as the manager of the association and compensate her in that capacity and not compensate her as a board member?"

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  15. Opinion No. (2001)

    I am writing in response to your request for an opinion on whether the El Dorado School District is exempt from the provisions of A.C.A. §6-13-631, by virtue of A.C.A. § 6-13-631(g)(1)(A) and/or (g)(1)(D) (Repl. 1999) as amended by Act 1716 of 2001. That statute requires school districts with ten percent or more minority population to divide into single-member zones for the purpose of electing school board members. The procedure and authorized methods for electing board members are [...]

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  16. Opinion No. (2002)

    I am writing in response to your request for an opinion on whether a memorandum from the Arkansas Department of Health concerning the use of soil pits in the determination of the suitability of soils for private sanitary sewer systems is within the parameters of Act 402 of 1977. Specifically, you have enclosed a January 10, 2002 memorandum from the "Environmental Leader, Central Public Health Region," which states that: "Effective immediately, pits will be required for all lots to determine [...]

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  17. Opinion No. (1992)

    Do the members of regional solid waste management boards enjoy immunity from civil liability for their actions as board members and, if so, to what extent are they immune?


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  18. Opinion No. (1995)

    This is in response to your request for an opinion on two questions relating to section 5 of Act 1348 of 1995, which amends A.C.A. §17-99-307 to provide that chapter 99 of title 17 of the Arkansas Code Annotated, entitled "Veterinarians and Animal Technicians," shall not be construed to prohibit


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  19. Opinion No. (1989)

    As indicated in your correspondence, the franchisee in this instance is an Arkansas corporation having its principal office in the State of Arkansas. You state that the owner of 100% of the outstanding stock of the franchise desires to sell all such stock to an unrelated Arkansas corporation. You also note that under the terms of the franchise agreement and, based upon relevant corporate law, the franchisor has no right to receive notice from the franchisee or the owner of the stock of the [...]

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  20. Opinion No. (1996)

    Please note in response to your first question that I have enclosed a copy of Op. Att'y Gen. 95-291 which concludes that the answer to this question is generally "yes."


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