AG Opinions - 1991

These opinions were based on the law as it existed at the time the opinions were issued. They may have been superceded by changes in constitutional, statutory, or case law.

No. 91-08 AG Alpha No. NR AD AGASR - October 16, 1991

This opinion responds to the regulation of development in flood hazard areas by local government.

Summary

Local governments may regulate development in a manner which is necessary to minimize flood hazards. Local governments may require persons building agricultural structures and flood control devices to obtain building permits and to construct such structures in accordance with applicable zoning regulations on building codes.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

No. 91-07 AG Alpha No. PE EB AGASM - October 15, 1991

This opinion responds to the awarding of Public Employees Retirement Association (hereafter, "PERA") retirement service credit.

Summary
Full-time classified employment for purpose of calculation PERA service credit is 40 hours per week, 52 weeks per year; an employee who works 20 hours per week gets one-half year of service credit for each calendar year worked.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

GALE A. NORTON
Attorney General

No. 91-06 AG Alpha No. LO HO AGASL - September 20, 1991

This opinion responds to waiver of tap fees.

Summary
Special districts may not waive fees or charges for services and facilities provided to developers of low-income housing. Special districts may defer payments for a reasonable time if a developer does not have the ability to pay according to the established schedule.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

GALE A. NORTON
Attorney General

No. 91-6

AG Alpha No. LO HO AGASL

No. 91-05 AG Alpha No. PE AD AGARY - August 6, 1991

This opinion responds to the State Personnel Director's authority regarding temporary appointments.

Summary
The Personnel Director has been solely designated by article XII, Section 13(9) to authorize temporary employment. The Director's authority to make temporary appointments is independent of the Board's rulemaking power.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

GALE A. NORTON
Attorney General

No. 91-5

AG Alpha No. PE AD AGARY

No. 91-04 AG Alpha No. LE SE AGASK - June 3, 1991

This opinion responds to whether various requirements of the Colorado Constitution would be violated by proposed legislation which would provide tax incentives for United Airlines, Inc. ("United") to construct and operate a major aircraft maintenance facility in Colorado.

No. 91-03 AG Alpha No. NR AD AGASJ - May 31, 1991

This opinion responds to local governments statutory authority to regulate development and structures within flood hazard areas.

Summary
Local governments may regulate development in a manner which is necessary to minimize flood hazards.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

GALE A. NORTON
Attorney General

No. 91-3

AG Alpha No. NR AD AGASJ

May 31, 1991

No. 91-02 AG Alpha No. RV MV AGARX - April 22, 1991

This opinion responds to disclosure of financial records submitted to the Department of Revenue by an entity requesting a certificate of self-insurance.

No. 91-01 AG Alpha No. TR AD AGASF - March 11, 1991

This opinion responds to interest derived from the investment by the treasury of custodial funds.

Summary
Interest earned on money in a custodial fund must be credited to that fund. Interest earned on state moneys must be credited to the general fund unless otherwise expressly provided by law.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

GALE A. NORTON
Attorney General

No. 91-1

AG Alpha No. TR AD AGASF

March 11, 1991

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