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Sec. 6. (1) The state treasurer is the chairperson of the board. The authority may employ an executive director, legal and technical experts, and other officers, agents, or employees, permanent or temporary. The authority shall determine the qualifications, duties, and compensation of those it employs. The authority may delegate to 1 or more agents or employees any powers or duties as the authority considers proper.
(2) The authority shall be within the department of treasury and shall exercise the authority's prescribed statutory powers, duties, and functions independently of the state treasurer. However, the budgeting, procurement, and related functions of the authority shall be performed under the direction and supervision of the state treasurer. The costs of providing these and any other departmental services shall be paid for from authority revenues to the extent these services are not otherwise authorized by law.
(3) The authority shall annually make a written report available to the public on its activities. This report shall specify obligations of municipalities it has purchased, the amount of authority obligations outstanding, the amount of authority obligations issued, and a description of each issuance specifying the rate, term, and an analysis of market performance.
(4) The accounts of the authority shall be subject to annual audits by the state auditor general or a certified public accountant appointed by the auditor general.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 141. Municipal Financing § 141.1056 - last updated February 09, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mi/chapter-141-municipal-financing/mi-comp-laws-141-1056.html
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