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AGO Opinions with Topic: AUTHORITY TO PURCHASE LAND FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PURPOSES
AGO 1964 No. 77 >  January 20, 1964
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS - COMMUNITY COLLEGE - AUTHORITY TO PURCHASE LAND FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PURPOSES - CONDEMNATION - ACREAGE LIMITATION
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- COMMUNITY COLLEGE ‑- AUTHORITY TO PURCHASE LAND FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PURPOSES ‑- CONDEMNATION ‑- ACREAGE LIMITATION (1) Chapter 41, Laws of 1963, which authorizes a school district to condemn and appropriate not more than 75 acres "for any community college or vocational technical school purpose" does not impose any limitation upon the general power of a district to acquire additional acreage by means other than by condemnation. (2) A school district may legally condemn no more than 75 acres of land for the operation of a community college, even though the community college may offer separate vocational and academic programs.
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