Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 55. Housing, Public Buildings, Urban Renewal, and Regional Housing Authorities
Section 280. Public Loans or Donations to or Cooperation With Corporation.
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AS 18.55.280. Public Loans or Donations to or Cooperation With Corporation.

(a) In conjunction with the exercise by the corporation of a power authorized by AS 18.55.100 - 18.55.290, a public body, officer, 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 public housing or public building project;

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

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

(5) make exceptions from building codes, exercise its planning and zoning powers, and annex the site of a project;

(6) contract to exercise its powers relating to repair, elimination, or closing of unsafe, insanitary, or unfit dwellings;

(7) purchase the bonds of the corporation for a housing or public building project authorized by AS 18.55.100 - 18.55.290;

(8) incur the entire expense of improvements made under AS 18.55.010 - 18.55.290;

(9) agree with the corporation that a certain sum or that no sum shall be paid by the corporation to the public body, officer, or agency instead of taxes;

(10) enter into agreements respecting exercise of a power granted in AS 18.55.100 - 18.55.290 if that agreement is approved and executed by the public body or municipality in or adjacent to the project before the project is constructed; and

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

(b) 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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