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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13031-13041



13031.  The board of supervisors is the governing body of the
district, and, unless otherwise provided in this division, the
provisions of the County Service Area Law (Chapter 2.5 (commencing
with Section 25210) of Part 2 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the
Government Code) shall apply to the conduct of the business of the
district.



13032.  If deemed advisable by the board of supervisors a board of
directors for the district may be formed.



13033.  The board of directors of any district formed pursuant to
this division shall have such powers as the board of supervisors may
from time to time give to them. The board of supervisors may grant to
the board of directors of the district any powers herein given to
the board of supervisors.


13034.  The district board shall consist either of five members,
four of which shall be elected from the district and the fifth which
shall be the supervisor who represents the area in which the district
or major portion thereof is located; or, if the district so elects,
by unanimous vote of the directors, the district board shall consist
of five members who shall be elected from the district.



13034.5.  If a district elects pursuant to Section 13034 to have the
district board consist of five members elected from the district,
the district board may call a special election for the purpose of
electing a district board member to succeed the supervisorial member
on the district board. A special election called pursuant to this
section shall be called and conducted in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 13050) of this
division. A person elected to a district board at a special election
pursuant to this section shall hold office until the next succeeding
general district election and until the election and qualification of
his successor. Thereafter, the term of office of such elected board
member shall be four years.
   If a special election is not called, the successor to the
supervisorial member shall be elected at the next general district
election.
   Any supervisor serving as a district board member when an election
is held pursuant to this section shall remain in office until the
election and qualification of his successor.
   Any district electing to call a special election pursuant to the
provisions of this section shall reimburse any local government for
any costs incurred by such local government by reason of the
provisions of this section.



13035.  Exclusive of the supervisorial member, the directors shall
be voters in the district.



13035.1.  The number of directors elected by voters in the district
at the first general district election held after January 1, 1998,
shall be equal to the number of directors whose terms have expired by
the date of that election. Any director whose term has not expired
by the date of that election shall continue to serve until the person'
s term of office expires and the person's successor has been elected
by the voters in the district. At the first general district election
held after January 1, 1998, and at all subsequent general district
elections, the form of the ballot and the conduct of the election
shall comply with the requirements of the Uniform District Election
Law (Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code) governing resident voting elections.




13036.  All vacancies in the office of director shall be filled by
appointment by the board of supervisors.



13037.  An appointment to fill a vacancy in the office of director
shall be for the unexpired term of the office in which the vacancy
exists, and until the election or appointment of his successor.



13038.  Once each year, the district board shall elect one of its
members to serve as president and shall appoint a secretary, who may
be a member of the board.



13039.  All sessions of the district board shall be public.



13040.  The district board by resolution, shall provide for the time
and place of its meetings, the manner of calling special meetings
and shall establish rules for its proceedings.



13041.  (a) Any compensation provided pursuant to this section shall
comply with Articles 2.3 (commencing with Section 53232) and 2.4
(commencing with Section 53234) of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 2
of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   (b) The district board may authorize each director to receive
compensation not exceeding twenty-five dollars ($25) for each meeting
of the board attended by the director within the State of
California, not exceeding two meetings in any calendar month, plus
reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the
performance of these duties.
   (c) The district board may authorize a director to receive for
performing duties for the district other than attending board
meetings:
   (1) Not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25) for each day, but
payment is limited to five days in any calendar month as to each
director other than the president.
   (2) Actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
these duties.
   (d) The secretary shall receive compensation set by the board,
which compensation shall be in lieu of any other compensation to
which the secretary may be entitled for attendance at meetings
pursuant to this section.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 13031-13041

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13031-13041



13031.  The board of supervisors is the governing body of the
district, and, unless otherwise provided in this division, the
provisions of the County Service Area Law (Chapter 2.5 (commencing
with Section 25210) of Part 2 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the
Government Code) shall apply to the conduct of the business of the
district.



13032.  If deemed advisable by the board of supervisors a board of
directors for the district may be formed.



13033.  The board of directors of any district formed pursuant to
this division shall have such powers as the board of supervisors may
from time to time give to them. The board of supervisors may grant to
the board of directors of the district any powers herein given to
the board of supervisors.


13034.  The district board shall consist either of five members,
four of which shall be elected from the district and the fifth which
shall be the supervisor who represents the area in which the district
or major portion thereof is located; or, if the district so elects,
by unanimous vote of the directors, the district board shall consist
of five members who shall be elected from the district.



13034.5.  If a district elects pursuant to Section 13034 to have the
district board consist of five members elected from the district,
the district board may call a special election for the purpose of
electing a district board member to succeed the supervisorial member
on the district board. A special election called pursuant to this
section shall be called and conducted in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 13050) of this
division. A person elected to a district board at a special election
pursuant to this section shall hold office until the next succeeding
general district election and until the election and qualification of
his successor. Thereafter, the term of office of such elected board
member shall be four years.
   If a special election is not called, the successor to the
supervisorial member shall be elected at the next general district
election.
   Any supervisor serving as a district board member when an election
is held pursuant to this section shall remain in office until the
election and qualification of his successor.
   Any district electing to call a special election pursuant to the
provisions of this section shall reimburse any local government for
any costs incurred by such local government by reason of the
provisions of this section.



13035.  Exclusive of the supervisorial member, the directors shall
be voters in the district.



13035.1.  The number of directors elected by voters in the district
at the first general district election held after January 1, 1998,
shall be equal to the number of directors whose terms have expired by
the date of that election. Any director whose term has not expired
by the date of that election shall continue to serve until the person'
s term of office expires and the person's successor has been elected
by the voters in the district. At the first general district election
held after January 1, 1998, and at all subsequent general district
elections, the form of the ballot and the conduct of the election
shall comply with the requirements of the Uniform District Election
Law (Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code) governing resident voting elections.




13036.  All vacancies in the office of director shall be filled by
appointment by the board of supervisors.



13037.  An appointment to fill a vacancy in the office of director
shall be for the unexpired term of the office in which the vacancy
exists, and until the election or appointment of his successor.



13038.  Once each year, the district board shall elect one of its
members to serve as president and shall appoint a secretary, who may
be a member of the board.



13039.  All sessions of the district board shall be public.



13040.  The district board by resolution, shall provide for the time
and place of its meetings, the manner of calling special meetings
and shall establish rules for its proceedings.



13041.  (a) Any compensation provided pursuant to this section shall
comply with Articles 2.3 (commencing with Section 53232) and 2.4
(commencing with Section 53234) of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 2
of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   (b) The district board may authorize each director to receive
compensation not exceeding twenty-five dollars ($25) for each meeting
of the board attended by the director within the State of
California, not exceeding two meetings in any calendar month, plus
reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the
performance of these duties.
   (c) The district board may authorize a director to receive for
performing duties for the district other than attending board
meetings:
   (1) Not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25) for each day, but
payment is limited to five days in any calendar month as to each
director other than the president.
   (2) Actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
these duties.
   (d) The secretary shall receive compensation set by the board,
which compensation shall be in lieu of any other compensation to
which the secretary may be entitled for attendance at meetings
pursuant to this section.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 13031-13041

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13031-13041



13031.  The board of supervisors is the governing body of the
district, and, unless otherwise provided in this division, the
provisions of the County Service Area Law (Chapter 2.5 (commencing
with Section 25210) of Part 2 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the
Government Code) shall apply to the conduct of the business of the
district.



13032.  If deemed advisable by the board of supervisors a board of
directors for the district may be formed.



13033.  The board of directors of any district formed pursuant to
this division shall have such powers as the board of supervisors may
from time to time give to them. The board of supervisors may grant to
the board of directors of the district any powers herein given to
the board of supervisors.


13034.  The district board shall consist either of five members,
four of which shall be elected from the district and the fifth which
shall be the supervisor who represents the area in which the district
or major portion thereof is located; or, if the district so elects,
by unanimous vote of the directors, the district board shall consist
of five members who shall be elected from the district.



13034.5.  If a district elects pursuant to Section 13034 to have the
district board consist of five members elected from the district,
the district board may call a special election for the purpose of
electing a district board member to succeed the supervisorial member
on the district board. A special election called pursuant to this
section shall be called and conducted in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 13050) of this
division. A person elected to a district board at a special election
pursuant to this section shall hold office until the next succeeding
general district election and until the election and qualification of
his successor. Thereafter, the term of office of such elected board
member shall be four years.
   If a special election is not called, the successor to the
supervisorial member shall be elected at the next general district
election.
   Any supervisor serving as a district board member when an election
is held pursuant to this section shall remain in office until the
election and qualification of his successor.
   Any district electing to call a special election pursuant to the
provisions of this section shall reimburse any local government for
any costs incurred by such local government by reason of the
provisions of this section.



13035.  Exclusive of the supervisorial member, the directors shall
be voters in the district.



13035.1.  The number of directors elected by voters in the district
at the first general district election held after January 1, 1998,
shall be equal to the number of directors whose terms have expired by
the date of that election. Any director whose term has not expired
by the date of that election shall continue to serve until the person'
s term of office expires and the person's successor has been elected
by the voters in the district. At the first general district election
held after January 1, 1998, and at all subsequent general district
elections, the form of the ballot and the conduct of the election
shall comply with the requirements of the Uniform District Election
Law (Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code) governing resident voting elections.




13036.  All vacancies in the office of director shall be filled by
appointment by the board of supervisors.



13037.  An appointment to fill a vacancy in the office of director
shall be for the unexpired term of the office in which the vacancy
exists, and until the election or appointment of his successor.



13038.  Once each year, the district board shall elect one of its
members to serve as president and shall appoint a secretary, who may
be a member of the board.



13039.  All sessions of the district board shall be public.



13040.  The district board by resolution, shall provide for the time
and place of its meetings, the manner of calling special meetings
and shall establish rules for its proceedings.



13041.  (a) Any compensation provided pursuant to this section shall
comply with Articles 2.3 (commencing with Section 53232) and 2.4
(commencing with Section 53234) of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 2
of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   (b) The district board may authorize each director to receive
compensation not exceeding twenty-five dollars ($25) for each meeting
of the board attended by the director within the State of
California, not exceeding two meetings in any calendar month, plus
reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the
performance of these duties.
   (c) The district board may authorize a director to receive for
performing duties for the district other than attending board
meetings:
   (1) Not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25) for each day, but
payment is limited to five days in any calendar month as to each
director other than the president.
   (2) Actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
these duties.
   (d) The secretary shall receive compensation set by the board,
which compensation shall be in lieu of any other compensation to
which the secretary may be entitled for attendance at meetings
pursuant to this section.

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