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41-886. Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission; members; terms; violation; classification; liability

A. The Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission is established and consists of nine members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211. The members shall be residents of this state, and no more than three members shall be residents of the same city. The members shall have demonstrated an interest in neighborhood preservation and shall be appointed as follows:

1. One member representing a city with a population of one million or more persons.

2. One member representing a city with a population of four hundred thousand or more persons but less than one million persons.

3. One member representing a city with a population of three hundred thousand or more persons but less than four hundred thousand persons.

4. One member representing a city with a population of one hundred thousand or more persons but less than three hundred thousand persons.

5. Two members representing a city with a population of less than three hundred thousand persons.

6. Three members representing private interests, each of whom have demonstrable experience in urban development, neighborhood preservation, infrastructure development or related professions.

B. Members of the commission shall serve staggered terms of seven years. No member may serve more than two consecutive terms, except that service for a partial term of less than three years shall not be counted toward the two term limitation. A member may continue to serve beyond the expiration of the term until a successor is appointed and qualifies. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment for the remaining unexpired term.

C. The member with the shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as chairperson. If this member chooses not to serve as chairperson, the members shall select a chairperson from the remaining members. The member with the next shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as vice-chairperson of the commission.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation for their services but are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

E. Members of the commission shall not participate in any direct discussions or actions related to any project to be financed under this article in a neighborhood in which the member has any direct or indirect personal financial interest. For purposes of this subsection, a member of the commission who is an employee or official of a city applicant for a grant shall not be considered to have a direct or indirect personal financial interest in a project by virtue of the member's employment alone. A violation of this subsection is a class 1 misdemeanor.

F. Members of the commission are immune from liability for any action, except acts of gross negligence, necessary to carry out the purposes of this article.

G. The commission is subject to title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1 and title 39, chapter 1.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-886

41-886. Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission; members; terms; violation; classification; liability

A. The Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission is established and consists of nine members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211. The members shall be residents of this state, and no more than three members shall be residents of the same city. The members shall have demonstrated an interest in neighborhood preservation and shall be appointed as follows:

1. One member representing a city with a population of one million or more persons.

2. One member representing a city with a population of four hundred thousand or more persons but less than one million persons.

3. One member representing a city with a population of three hundred thousand or more persons but less than four hundred thousand persons.

4. One member representing a city with a population of one hundred thousand or more persons but less than three hundred thousand persons.

5. Two members representing a city with a population of less than three hundred thousand persons.

6. Three members representing private interests, each of whom have demonstrable experience in urban development, neighborhood preservation, infrastructure development or related professions.

B. Members of the commission shall serve staggered terms of seven years. No member may serve more than two consecutive terms, except that service for a partial term of less than three years shall not be counted toward the two term limitation. A member may continue to serve beyond the expiration of the term until a successor is appointed and qualifies. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment for the remaining unexpired term.

C. The member with the shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as chairperson. If this member chooses not to serve as chairperson, the members shall select a chairperson from the remaining members. The member with the next shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as vice-chairperson of the commission.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation for their services but are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

E. Members of the commission shall not participate in any direct discussions or actions related to any project to be financed under this article in a neighborhood in which the member has any direct or indirect personal financial interest. For purposes of this subsection, a member of the commission who is an employee or official of a city applicant for a grant shall not be considered to have a direct or indirect personal financial interest in a project by virtue of the member's employment alone. A violation of this subsection is a class 1 misdemeanor.

F. Members of the commission are immune from liability for any action, except acts of gross negligence, necessary to carry out the purposes of this article.

G. The commission is subject to title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1 and title 39, chapter 1.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-886

41-886. Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission; members; terms; violation; classification; liability

A. The Arizona neighborhood preservation and investment commission is established and consists of nine members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211. The members shall be residents of this state, and no more than three members shall be residents of the same city. The members shall have demonstrated an interest in neighborhood preservation and shall be appointed as follows:

1. One member representing a city with a population of one million or more persons.

2. One member representing a city with a population of four hundred thousand or more persons but less than one million persons.

3. One member representing a city with a population of three hundred thousand or more persons but less than four hundred thousand persons.

4. One member representing a city with a population of one hundred thousand or more persons but less than three hundred thousand persons.

5. Two members representing a city with a population of less than three hundred thousand persons.

6. Three members representing private interests, each of whom have demonstrable experience in urban development, neighborhood preservation, infrastructure development or related professions.

B. Members of the commission shall serve staggered terms of seven years. No member may serve more than two consecutive terms, except that service for a partial term of less than three years shall not be counted toward the two term limitation. A member may continue to serve beyond the expiration of the term until a successor is appointed and qualifies. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment for the remaining unexpired term.

C. The member with the shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as chairperson. If this member chooses not to serve as chairperson, the members shall select a chairperson from the remaining members. The member with the next shortest period of time remaining in that member's term serves as vice-chairperson of the commission.

D. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation for their services but are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

E. Members of the commission shall not participate in any direct discussions or actions related to any project to be financed under this article in a neighborhood in which the member has any direct or indirect personal financial interest. For purposes of this subsection, a member of the commission who is an employee or official of a city applicant for a grant shall not be considered to have a direct or indirect personal financial interest in a project by virtue of the member's employment alone. A violation of this subsection is a class 1 misdemeanor.

F. Members of the commission are immune from liability for any action, except acts of gross negligence, necessary to carry out the purposes of this article.

G. The commission is subject to title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1 and title 39, chapter 1.

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