Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 40. The University of Alaska, the Community Colleges, and the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation
Section 836. Meetings; Staff.
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AS 14.40.836. Meetings; Staff.

(a) A majority of the members of the corporation constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business or the exercise of a power or function at a meeting of the corporation. The corporation shall meet at least every three months. The corporation may meet and transact business by electronic media if (1) public notice of the time and locations where the meeting will be held by electronic media has been given in the same manner as if the meeting were held in a single location; (2) participants and members of the public in attendance can hear and have the same right to participate in the meeting as if the meeting were conducted in person; and (3) copies of pertinent reference materials, statutes, regulations, and audio-visual materials are reasonably available to participants and the public. A meeting by electronic media as provided in this subsection has the same legal effect as a meeting in person.

(b) The corporation may employ persons as staff it considers advisable, including an executive director, and may employ professional advisors, technical experts, agents, and other employees it considers advisable. The executive director and employees of the corporation are in the exempt service under AS 39.25.

(c) The corporation may hire legal counsel to represent the corporation.

(d) The corporation shall keep minutes of each meeting and send a certified copy of the minutes to the governor and to the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee.

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