Contracts with governmental agencies or others for financial assistance or cooperative action
Whenever the board of directors of the corporation shall by resolution determine it to be for the best interest of the corporation, the board may enter into contract with the United States or its duly constituted agencies, or any municipal or other corporation of Oregon, or any person, for the purpose of procuring or receiving a loan or financial assistance for any works or improvement of the corporation, or for the maintenance and operation of any works or improvement of the corporation or of such other party, or for the purpose of acquiring jointly or controlling and managing in conjunction with such other party any works or improvement or any easement or right of way necessary for such improvement or work; and may bind the corporation for the maintenance, support and operation of the whole or any part thereof after construction of the same; and may agree that any works or improvement of the United States or any constituted governmental agency embracing any part of the works or improvement of the corporation or serving any purpose thereof shall be subject to the control, rules and regulations of the United States or any of its constituted agencies or officers as any law or regulation of the United States may require; and may agree to protect the United States and its constituted governmental agencies or officers from any loss or damage by reason of any works or improvement for or in behalf of the corporation as any law may require as a condition thereof; and may contract with the United States to furnish without cost such easements and rights of way and other property as shall be necessary for the proposed improvement and works of the corporation and their maintenance and operation, as required or provided by law as a condition thereof.
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