JefCoEd receives half a million dollars from pistol permit fees
From staff reports
JEFFERSON COUNTY — The Jefferson County School System last week received more than half a million dollars from Jefferson County’s pistol permit fees.
The school system last week received $550,690 from Jefferson County Treasurer Mike Miles and buy cialis online Deputy Treasurer Sherry McClain.
A new law passed Jan. 21 in the Alabama Legislature relating to money that would come to the Jefferson County School System as part of a pistol permit fee of $7.50 that the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is now required to charge.
Distribution of these monies would be $4.50 to the retirement system, 50 cents to the county sheriff’s fund and $2.50 to the county treasury for a Jefferson County Legislative Delegation Office. Any amount more than $120,000 would be given to the public school systems in the county for operation of Generic prescription viagra public schools, including, but not limited to, being used for school security.
It’s divvied on a pro rata basis based on the number of students in each local city school system, including the Buy cialis super active no prescription newly formed Gardendale School System based on 2013-2014 enrollment numbers.