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41-847. Archaeology advisory commission; members; terms; qualifications; meetings; compensation; purposes; annual report

A. An archaeology advisory commission is established consisting of eleven members appointed for three year terms by the governor.

B. Each member shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, anthropology, ethnology, tourism, public education, economic development or planning. At least six of the members shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, ethnology or anthropology.

C. The commission shall annually select one of its members as chairperson and shall meet at such times as the majority of the members designates.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation or reimbursement of expenses, except that those members employed by this state are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2 by the department or agency by which they are employed.

E. The commission shall advise the state historic preservation officer in:

1. Conducting public education programs to promote archaeology and inform the public on archaeological issues.

2. Fostering archaeological law enforcement activities to stop pot-hunting and other destructive activities on archaeological sites.

3. Providing for the development of a state plan for protection of archaeological sites, including acquisition and development.

4. Developing mechanisms to assist private owners of archaeological sites in protecting and managing their sites.

5. Fostering continued study of this state's archaeology to contribute to a better understanding of our cultural history.

6. Archaeological activities and issues within this state.

F. The commission shall submit an annual report regarding its activities to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-847

41-847. Archaeology advisory commission; members; terms; qualifications; meetings; compensation; purposes; annual report

A. An archaeology advisory commission is established consisting of eleven members appointed for three year terms by the governor.

B. Each member shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, anthropology, ethnology, tourism, public education, economic development or planning. At least six of the members shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, ethnology or anthropology.

C. The commission shall annually select one of its members as chairperson and shall meet at such times as the majority of the members designates.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation or reimbursement of expenses, except that those members employed by this state are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2 by the department or agency by which they are employed.

E. The commission shall advise the state historic preservation officer in:

1. Conducting public education programs to promote archaeology and inform the public on archaeological issues.

2. Fostering archaeological law enforcement activities to stop pot-hunting and other destructive activities on archaeological sites.

3. Providing for the development of a state plan for protection of archaeological sites, including acquisition and development.

4. Developing mechanisms to assist private owners of archaeological sites in protecting and managing their sites.

5. Fostering continued study of this state's archaeology to contribute to a better understanding of our cultural history.

6. Archaeological activities and issues within this state.

F. The commission shall submit an annual report regarding its activities to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-847

41-847. Archaeology advisory commission; members; terms; qualifications; meetings; compensation; purposes; annual report

A. An archaeology advisory commission is established consisting of eleven members appointed for three year terms by the governor.

B. Each member shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, anthropology, ethnology, tourism, public education, economic development or planning. At least six of the members shall have a demonstrated interest or expertise in one or more of the fields of prehistoric archaeology, historic archaeology, ethnology or anthropology.

C. The commission shall annually select one of its members as chairperson and shall meet at such times as the majority of the members designates.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation or reimbursement of expenses, except that those members employed by this state are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2 by the department or agency by which they are employed.

E. The commission shall advise the state historic preservation officer in:

1. Conducting public education programs to promote archaeology and inform the public on archaeological issues.

2. Fostering archaeological law enforcement activities to stop pot-hunting and other destructive activities on archaeological sites.

3. Providing for the development of a state plan for protection of archaeological sites, including acquisition and development.

4. Developing mechanisms to assist private owners of archaeological sites in protecting and managing their sites.

5. Fostering continued study of this state's archaeology to contribute to a better understanding of our cultural history.

6. Archaeological activities and issues within this state.

F. The commission shall submit an annual report regarding its activities to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives.

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