Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 56. Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Section 30. Corporation Governing Body.
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AS 18.56.030. Corporation Governing Body.

(a) The corporation shall be governed by a board of directors consisting of

(1) the commissioner of revenue;

(2) the commissioner of commerce, community, and economic development;

(3) the commissioner of health and social services; and

(4) four public members appointed by the governor, as follows:

(A) one member with expertise or experience in finances or real estate;

(B) one member who is a rural resident of the state or who has expertise or experience with a regional housing authority;

(C) one member who has expertise or experience in residential energy efficient home-building or weatherization; and

(D) one person who has expertise or experience in the provision of senior or low-income housing.

(b) If a member described in (a)(1), (2), or (3) of this section is unable to attend a meeting of the board the member may by an instrument in writing filed with the board, designate a deputy or assistant to act in the member's place at the meeting. For all purposes of this chapter, the designee is a member of the board at the meeting.

(c) The board members described in (a)(4) of this section serve two-year terms.

(d) If a vacancy occurs on the board, the governor shall make an appointment, effective immediately, for the unexpired portion of the term.

(e) The members of the board described in (a)(4) of this section receive $100 compensation for each day spent on official business of the corporation and may be reimbursed by the corporation for actual and necessary expenses at the same rate paid to members of state boards under AS 39.20.180 .

(f) The governor shall appoint the members under (a)(4) of this section to give the board of directors a reasonable geographic balance among regions of the state. The members of the board appointed under (a)(4) of this section shall have recognized competence and wide experience in housing, finance, or other business management-related fields.

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