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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5783-5783.13



5783.  The initial board of directors of a district formed on or
after January 1, 2002, shall be determined pursuant to this article.



5783.1.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in a single county, the board of directors may be elected
or may be appointed by the county board of supervisors which may
appoint itself as the district board.



5783.3.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in more than one county, the board of directors may be
elected or may be appointed by the boards of supervisors of the
counties in which the district is located. If the board of directors
is appointed by the county boards of supervisors, the boards of
supervisors shall appoint directors according to the proportionate
share of population of that portion of each county within the
district, provided that each board of supervisors shall appoint at
least one director.


5783.5.  In the case of a district that contains unincorporated
territory and the territory of one or more cities:
   (a) The board of directors may be elected or appointed by the
county board of supervisors and the city councils in which the
district is located. If the board of directors is to be appointed,
the board of supervisors and the city council or councils shall
appoint directors according to the proportionate share of population
of that portion of the county and each city within the district,
provided that the board of supervisors and each city council shall
appoint at least one director. The board of supervisors or city
council may appoint one or more of its members to the district board.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), the county board of
supervisors may appoint itself as the board of directors, if the city
council of each of the cities consents by resolution.




5783.7.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory within a single city, the board of directors may be elected
or appointed by the city council which may appoint itself as the
board of directors.


5783.9.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory in more than one city, the board of directors may be
elected or appointed by the city councils in which the district is
located. If the board of directors is appointed, the city councils
shall appoint directors according to the proportionate share of
population of that portion of each city within the district, provided
that each city council shall appoint at least one director. The city
council may appoint one or more of its own members to the district
board.


5783.11.  (a) In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be elected, the elections and the terms of office
shall be determined pursuant to the Uniform District Election Law,
Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code.
   (b) In the case of a district where the initial board of directors
is to be elected, the directors may be elected (1) at large, (2) by
divisions, or (3) from divisions.



5783.13.  In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be appointed, the county board of supervisors or the
city council that appoints the board of directors shall specify
either of the following:
   (a) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve
fixed terms. The directors appointed to the initial board of
directors shall classify themselves by lot into two classes, as
nearly equal in number as possible, and the terms of office of the
class having the greater number shall be four years and the terms of
office of the class having the lesser number shall be two years.
   (b) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve at
the pleasure of the county board of supervisors or the city council
which made the appointments.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5783-5783.13

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5783-5783.13



5783.  The initial board of directors of a district formed on or
after January 1, 2002, shall be determined pursuant to this article.



5783.1.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in a single county, the board of directors may be elected
or may be appointed by the county board of supervisors which may
appoint itself as the district board.



5783.3.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in more than one county, the board of directors may be
elected or may be appointed by the boards of supervisors of the
counties in which the district is located. If the board of directors
is appointed by the county boards of supervisors, the boards of
supervisors shall appoint directors according to the proportionate
share of population of that portion of each county within the
district, provided that each board of supervisors shall appoint at
least one director.


5783.5.  In the case of a district that contains unincorporated
territory and the territory of one or more cities:
   (a) The board of directors may be elected or appointed by the
county board of supervisors and the city councils in which the
district is located. If the board of directors is to be appointed,
the board of supervisors and the city council or councils shall
appoint directors according to the proportionate share of population
of that portion of the county and each city within the district,
provided that the board of supervisors and each city council shall
appoint at least one director. The board of supervisors or city
council may appoint one or more of its members to the district board.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), the county board of
supervisors may appoint itself as the board of directors, if the city
council of each of the cities consents by resolution.




5783.7.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory within a single city, the board of directors may be elected
or appointed by the city council which may appoint itself as the
board of directors.


5783.9.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory in more than one city, the board of directors may be
elected or appointed by the city councils in which the district is
located. If the board of directors is appointed, the city councils
shall appoint directors according to the proportionate share of
population of that portion of each city within the district, provided
that each city council shall appoint at least one director. The city
council may appoint one or more of its own members to the district
board.


5783.11.  (a) In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be elected, the elections and the terms of office
shall be determined pursuant to the Uniform District Election Law,
Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code.
   (b) In the case of a district where the initial board of directors
is to be elected, the directors may be elected (1) at large, (2) by
divisions, or (3) from divisions.



5783.13.  In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be appointed, the county board of supervisors or the
city council that appoints the board of directors shall specify
either of the following:
   (a) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve
fixed terms. The directors appointed to the initial board of
directors shall classify themselves by lot into two classes, as
nearly equal in number as possible, and the terms of office of the
class having the greater number shall be four years and the terms of
office of the class having the lesser number shall be two years.
   (b) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve at
the pleasure of the county board of supervisors or the city council
which made the appointments.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 5783-5783.13

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5783-5783.13



5783.  The initial board of directors of a district formed on or
after January 1, 2002, shall be determined pursuant to this article.



5783.1.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in a single county, the board of directors may be elected
or may be appointed by the county board of supervisors which may
appoint itself as the district board.



5783.3.  In the case of a district that contains only unincorporated
territory in more than one county, the board of directors may be
elected or may be appointed by the boards of supervisors of the
counties in which the district is located. If the board of directors
is appointed by the county boards of supervisors, the boards of
supervisors shall appoint directors according to the proportionate
share of population of that portion of each county within the
district, provided that each board of supervisors shall appoint at
least one director.


5783.5.  In the case of a district that contains unincorporated
territory and the territory of one or more cities:
   (a) The board of directors may be elected or appointed by the
county board of supervisors and the city councils in which the
district is located. If the board of directors is to be appointed,
the board of supervisors and the city council or councils shall
appoint directors according to the proportionate share of population
of that portion of the county and each city within the district,
provided that the board of supervisors and each city council shall
appoint at least one director. The board of supervisors or city
council may appoint one or more of its members to the district board.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), the county board of
supervisors may appoint itself as the board of directors, if the city
council of each of the cities consents by resolution.




5783.7.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory within a single city, the board of directors may be elected
or appointed by the city council which may appoint itself as the
board of directors.


5783.9.  In the case of a district that includes only incorporated
territory in more than one city, the board of directors may be
elected or appointed by the city councils in which the district is
located. If the board of directors is appointed, the city councils
shall appoint directors according to the proportionate share of
population of that portion of each city within the district, provided
that each city council shall appoint at least one director. The city
council may appoint one or more of its own members to the district
board.


5783.11.  (a) In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be elected, the elections and the terms of office
shall be determined pursuant to the Uniform District Election Law,
Part 4 (commencing with Section 10500) of Division 10 of the
Elections Code.
   (b) In the case of a district where the initial board of directors
is to be elected, the directors may be elected (1) at large, (2) by
divisions, or (3) from divisions.



5783.13.  In the case of a district where the initial board of
directors is to be appointed, the county board of supervisors or the
city council that appoints the board of directors shall specify
either of the following:
   (a) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve
fixed terms. The directors appointed to the initial board of
directors shall classify themselves by lot into two classes, as
nearly equal in number as possible, and the terms of office of the
class having the greater number shall be four years and the terms of
office of the class having the lesser number shall be two years.
   (b) The persons appointed to the board of directors shall serve at
the pleasure of the county board of supervisors or the city council
which made the appointments.

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