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  8.380.  Board may acquire and erect buildings — condemnation — may lease to agencies of state and political subdivisions. — 1.  The board of public buildings, after project approval by the committee on legislative research of the general assembly, may acquire, construct, erect, equip, furnish, operate, control, manage and regulate a project, as herein defined, if, in the judgment of the board, the project is necessary, advisable, and suitable for the use of the agencies and instrumentalities of the state.  The limitation pertaining to population does not apply to energy retrofitting projects.

  2.  The board may use real property now or hereafter belonging to the state as a site for any such project, or acquire by purchase, lease, gift or otherwise the real or personal property that in the judgment of the board is necessary, advisable and suitable for such purpose.

  3.  In acquiring the property the board may condemn any and all rights or property, either public or private, of every kind and character, necessary for the purposes aforesaid, and in the exercise of such power of condemnation, it shall follow the procedure which is now or may hereafter be provided by law for the appropriation of land or other property taken for telegraph, telephone or railroad right-of-way.

  4.  When the board enters into a project authorized by sections 8.370 to 8.450, it shall provide for sufficient space to be included in the project to meet probable future requirements occasioned by the growth and expansion of the state government.

  5.  The board may lease to state agencies and instrumentalities of the state and other political subdivisions of the state under the same terms and conditions prescribed under section 8.390.  Any such lease shall include a provision requiring the payment of a portion of the costs of operation and maintenance of the project under the formula prescribed under section 8.390.

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(L. 1959 H.B. 241 § 2, A.L. 1967 p. 91, A.L. 1982 H.B. 1501, A.L. 1986 H.B. 1554 Revision, A.L. 1999 H.B. 450)

Effective 6-29-99


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