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  64.007.  District planning commission, members, appointment, compensation, expenses — other zoning provisions to apply. — 1.  The district planning commission shall consist of the county highway engineer and at least one property owner from each township in the district who resides within the proposed district and who is a registered voter of the county appointed by the county commission.  The planning commission shall be composed of at least five members.  The township representatives are hereinafter referred to as appointed members.  The term of each appointed member shall be four years or until the member's successor takes office, except that the terms shall be overlapping and that the respective terms of the members first appointed may be less than four years.  The term of the county highway engineer shall be only for the duration of the county highway engineer's tenure of official position.  All members of the district planning commission shall serve as such without compensation, except that an attendance fee as reimbursement for expenses, not to exceed four meetings per year, may be paid to the appointed members of the county planning commission in an amount, as set by the county commission.  The planning commission shall elect its chairman, who shall serve for one year.

  2.  Except as provided in this section and section 64.005, the provisions of sections 64.510 to 64.695, relating to the procedures for county planning and zoning in counties of the second and third classifications shall apply to any district planning commission established pursuant to this section and section 64.005.


(L. 1996 S.B. 497 § 2)

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