374.10 Who may be members of commission.
No more than two members of the advisory courthouse and city hall building commission shall be at any one time members of the county board, and no more than two of the members shall be at any one time members of the city council. If a member of the commission who was not at the time of appointment a member of either the city council or the county board subsequently becomes a member of either body, the person shall cease to be a member of the advisory courthouse and city hall building commission.
Immediately after the appointment of the commission, the persons appointed as members shall indicate their acceptance of their appointment, in writing, filed with the auditor of the county.
If a person appointed as a member of the commission fails to file written acceptance of the appointment within 20 days after the appointment, dies, resigns, or is removed from office, or a member of the commission, appointed from the membership of the city council or the county board, ceases to be a member of the council or board, a successor shall be appointed in the manner and by the same persons that originally appointed the member.
Immediately after the expiration of the 20 days following the appointment of the commission members, or after the filing of acceptance by all those appointed as members, the chair of the county board shall call a meeting of the commission and shall preside at the first meeting. The commission shall select from its own members a chair and other officers it considers necessary.
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