Section 16-60-88

Determining location of trade schools and junior colleges; site must be donated.

The location of each new trade school or junior college for which the authority provides funds shall be determined by the State Board of Education after consideration of the needs of industry for particular skills in the area under consideration, the convenience and accessibility of the location to labor markets and to potential students or applicants for training, an estimate of the number of potential students or applicants in the area and such other factors as might demonstrate the existence of a need for a trade school or junior college in such area. No funds of the authority shall be expended for the acquisition of sites or existing buildings, but nothing herein contained shall be construed to prohibit the use of funds of the authority for the purpose of improving sites or reconstructing, altering or improving buildings donated to the authority. No such trade school or junior college shall be built on a site other than one donated to the authority.

(Acts 1963, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 93, p. 259, §8.)