Investigations, hearings and recommendations of authority
Any authority, acting through one or more commissioners or other persons designated by the authority, may:
(1) Conduct examinations and investigations and hear testimony and take proof under oath at private or public hearings on any matter material for its information.
(2) Administer oaths, issue subpoenas requiring the attendance of witnesses or the production of books and papers and issue commissions for the examination of witnesses who are outside the state or unable to attend before the authority or excused from attendance.
(3) Make available to appropriate agencies, including those charged with the duty of abating or requiring the correction of nuisances or like conditions, or of demolishing unsafe or insanitary structures within the area of operation, its findings and recommendations with regard to any buildings or property where conditions exist which are dangerous to the public health, morals, safety or welfare.
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