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     Idaho Statutes

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42-4211.  Board of directors — Officers — Meetings — Compensation — Vacancies. (1) The board of directors annually shall elect a chairman from their number and shall appoint a secretary and a treasurer to hold office during the pleasure of the board. The treasurer shall on his appointment execute and file with the secretary an official bond in such amount as may be fixed by the board of directors, and shall thereafter from time to time execute and file such further bonds as may be required by the board in amounts fixed by it, which amounts shall be at least fifty percent (50%) of the maximum probable amount of money in the treasurer’s hands at any one time. All such official bonds shall be executed by a lawfully qualified surety company.
(2)  The board of directors shall hold a regular annual meeting and may hold such special meetings as may be necessary for the proper transaction of business. Special meetings may be held on seventy-two (72) hours’ notice of the chairman or a majority of the members. A majority shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business and the concurrence of a majority of the members shall be necessary to constitute the action of the board. All meetings of the board shall be public and all records of the board shall be open to the inspection of any member water user, or representative thereof during business hours.
(3)  The members of the board shall each receive not more than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) nor less than five dollars ($5.00) per day for each day spent attending the meetings or while engaged in official business of the board, and actual and necessary travel expenses. The term "actual and necessary expenses" shall include all traveling and lodging expenses necessarily incurred by any director when absent from his residence in the performance of the duties of his office. The board shall fix the compensation to be paid to the other officers of the district.
(4)  In case of a vacancy in the office of director occurring otherwise than by the expiration of a term, the remaining members of the board of directors shall fill such vacancy by appointing thereto a qualified water user, member of the district, or representative thereof, possessing the qualifications of the director whose office has become vacant to serve the remainder of the term.

[42-4211, added 1978, ch. 293, sec. 1, p. 730; am. 1985, ch. 10, sec. 3, p. 15.]

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