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Chapter 251

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  251.605.  District may be established — board, members, how appointed. — 1.  A regional economic development district may be established by two or more governing bodies in order to plan, formulate, develop, promote, fund, conduct or cause to be conducted programs to encourage the economic development of the district.  The governing bodies may establish such districts by enactment of identical ordinances or by mutual agreement of the governing bodies.

  2.  The qualifications, terms, and number of members of the regional economic development district board for each district shall be determined by the enacting ordinances or the mutual agreement of the governing bodies, except as provided in this subsection.  Each governing body located in the regional economic development district shall have equal representation on the board.  The chief executive officer of a county in the regional economic development district or mayor of a city in the regional economic development district shall appoint one resident each of such county or city to be on the board, and such officers shall jointly appoint one additional member to the board.  The board shall select a chairman, treasurer, and any other officers it deems necessary to conduct its business, and shall meet in open session at a time and place designated by the chairman in order to make policy and administer the activities of the district.

  3.  The regional economic development district shall be a public governmental body for the purposes of section 610.010 and shall comply with the provisions of chapter 610.


(L. 2007 H.B. 741)

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