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Chapter 643

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  643.610.  Compact to be effective, when — commissioners, qualifications, terms, vacancies, how filled. — 1.  Within thirty days after October 13, 1967, or within thirty days after the effective date of the act of the legislature of the state of Kansas enacting the Kansas-Missouri air quality compact, whichever date is later, the governor shall appoint five persons to be commissioners of the Kansas-Missouri air quality commission, created by compact between the states of Kansas and Missouri.  All commissioners so appointed shall be qualified voters of the state of Missouri, and at least three commissioners shall reside within the district established by the compact.  At no time shall more than one commissioner reside within the same county.  Officers and employees of any state agency or commission having jurisdiction over air pollution control in the state of Missouri shall be eligible for appointment to the Kansas-Missouri air quality commission.

  2.  The commissioners appointed pursuant to subsection 1 of this section shall hold their respective offices for a term of four years, except that the commissioners first appointed shall hold their offices for terms as follows: Two for terms ending June 30, 1972, one for a term ending June 30, 1971, one for a term ending June 30, 1970, and one for a term ending June 30, 1969, and the governor in making the appointment shall designate the term for which each is to serve; and on July first of each year thereafter the governor shall appoint successors of like qualifications to fill the vacancies occurring by reason of the expiration of the terms of service as herein provided.  In case of a vacancy on said commission, the governor shall appoint a successor of like qualifications for the unexpired term.


(L. 1967 p. 297 § 2)

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