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Transfer of property
Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 8, TITLE 6
§ 1729. Transfer of property. 1. The city board and the city, acting
by the mayor alone or by resolution of the council, may convey or
transfer to the authority, with or without consideration and without any
further authorization, any real, personal or mixed property (including
inalienable property of the city, except for land mapped as parks), or
any interest therein, in order to assist the authority in implementing a
five-year educational facilities capital plan.

2. In the event the authority wishes to obtain city property for use
as an educational facility pursuant to an approved five-year educational
facilities capital plan, the authority shall request such property in
writing and shall submit such request directly to the mayor. The mayor
shall have thirty days to respond to such request. If the request is
denied, the mayor shall set forth in writing the reasons for such
denial, including whether the city intends to use such property for
other public uses. Such response shall be made available to the public
upon request. If the mayor fails to respond to such request, the
authority may, at the expiration of the thirty-day period, condemn such
property pursuant to its powers under subdivision six of section
seventeen hundred twenty-eight of this title.