(1) Plan, design and locate the parking facilities.
(2) Construct, alter, enlarge, repair and maintain buildings, structures, equipment,
access and entrance facilities, exit facilities, fencing and other accessories necessary
or desirable for the safety or convenience of motorists using the off-street parking
(3) Contract with any person, firm or corporation for construction or for operation
of the parking facility upon such terms as are found to be in the public interest,
after first advertising for bids therefor by publication not less than once a week
for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the city, making
two publications in all.
(4) Lease for a period not exceeding 50 years, notwithstanding any conflicting provision
of any law, city charter or ordinance, any property referred to in ORS 223.810 to any person, firm or corporation pursuant to an agreement, according to such terms
as are found to be in the public interest, whereby such person, firm or corporation
undertakes to construct, where necessary, or alter or repair, and maintain and operate
on such property the buildings, structures, equipment, facilities and accessories
necessary or convenient for parking facilities, and title to such building or structure
to be constructed or altered shall vest in the city either when constructed or altered
or at the termination of said lease. Such agreement shall be made only after first advertising for bids therefor by publication
not less than once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation
in the city, making two publications in all.
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