389.125 Board of trustees; payment of claims against community college district; gifts; bylaws.
The board of trustees may:
(a) Certify to the treasurer of the community college district for payment out of the funds thereof all claims and demands against the board or community college district, which shall be allowed by the board under rules and regulations it may establish.
(b) Borrow money or other property and accept contributions, capital grants, gifts, donations, services or other financial assistance from the United States of America or any agency or instrumentality thereof.
(c) Accept by gift or devise private property. They may accept from any county, township or other governmental unit any contribution authorized by its governing body as provided in sections 791 to 795 of Act No. 269 of the Public Acts of 1955, as amended, being sections 340.791 to 340.795 of the Compiled Laws of 1948. They shall likewise be entitled to receive from the state all grants of state aid, in the same manner and proportion, as any other community college.
(d) Adopt bylaws, rules and regulations for its own government and for the control and government of the community college district.
(e) Acquire and hold in the name of the district all real property and improvements acquired and erected under the provisions of this act.
(f) To do all other things in its judgment necessary for the proper establishment, maintenance, management and carrying on of the community college.