Alaska Statutes.
Title 37. Public Finance
Chapter 15. Bonding
Section 765. Bond Authorization.
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AS 37.15.765. Bond Authorization.

(a) For purposes of providing the money to be used to construct and renovate sport fishing facilities under AS 16.05.092 , including the costs of bond issuance and administration, the issuance and sale of revenue bonds of the state is authorized, subject to (b) of this section. The bonds are to be issued by the state bond committee, as provided in AS 37.15.765 - 37.15.799, as part of the sport fisheries rehabilitation, enhancement, and development program under AS 16.05.092, a public enterprise of the state. The net proceeds of the sale of the bonds remaining after payment of costs of issuance and administration and making deposits to the bond reserve account described in AS 37.15.770 (b) shall be paid into the Alaska sport fishing construction account of the fish and game fund. The bond proceeds shall be segregated and accounted for separately. Accrued interest paid on the bonds shall be deposited in the bond redemption fund established under AS 37.15.770 .

(b) The state bond committee may not issue more than $69,000,000 in revenue bonds, excluding refunding bonds issued under AS 37.15.790 .

(c) The bonds do not constitute a general obligation of the state. Authorization for the bonds by the voters of the state or the legislature is not required.

(d) The state bond committee may enter into agreements with other state agencies as necessary or convenient to implement AS 37.15.765 - 37.15.799.

(e) The state bond committee may contract for the services of underwriters, paying agents, trustees, bond printers, rating agencies, bond insurance, credit enhancement providers, accountants, financial advisors, and bond counsel, and other services as are necessary to accomplish the bond issuance and sale.

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