Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 35. Municipal Powers and Duties
Section 690. Bylaws and Regulations.
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AS 29.35.690. Bylaws and Regulations.

(a) A board shall adopt bylaws and appropriate regulations consistent with the enabling ordinance to carry out its functions and purposes.

(b) A board shall adopt bylaws as soon after the establishment of the authority as possible and may from time to time, amend those bylaws. The bylaws may contain any provision not in conflict with law for the management of the business of the authority and for the conduct of the affairs of the authority, including

(1) the time, place, and manner of calling, conducting, and giving notice of meetings of the board and committees of the board, if any;

(2) the compensation of directors, if any;

(3) the appointment and authority of committees of the board, if any;

(4) the appointment, duties, compensation, and tenure of officers, directors, chief executive officer, and other employees, if any;

(5) procedures for adopting regulations;

(6) procedures for adopting bylaws;

(7) procedures for making annual reports and financial statements; and

(8) other matters for the conduct of business by the board.

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