Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 40. The University of Alaska, the Community Colleges, and the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation
Section 946. Public Loans or Donations to or Cooperation With Corporation.
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AS 14.40.946. Public Loans or Donations to or Cooperation With Corporation.

(a) A public body or agency of the state may

(1) lend or donate money or property to the corporation;

(2) cooperate with it in the planning, construction, or operation of a project;

(3) transfer to it an interest in property, grant an easement, undertake otherwise authorized construction of facilities adjacent to a project;

(4) furnish or improve otherwise authorized roads, streets, alleys, and sidewalks;

(5) purchase bonds of the corporation;

(6) incur the entire expense of improvements made under this chapter;

(7) agree with the corporation that a certain sum or that no sum shall be paid by the corporation to it instead of taxes;

(8) enter into agreements respecting exercise of the powers granted in AS 14.40.821 - 14.40.990 that shall be approved and executed by the public body or municipality in or adjacent to the project before the project may be constructed; and

(9) in general do all things necessary or convenient to cooperate in the planning, construction, or operation of a project.

(b) Except as required under AS 44.62.310 and 44.62.312, a sale, conveyance, lease, or agreement under this section may be made without appraisal, public notice or advertisement, or bidding. A public body may exercise the powers granted in this section by resolution or ordinance by a majority of the members of the governing body present at the meeting at which it is introduced, and the resolution or ordinance takes effect immediately without publishing or posting.

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