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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 50
COMMISSION ON AGING
67-5003.  Powers and duties of commission. The Idaho commission on aging administrator and staff shall carry out the following powers and duties, in consultation with the commissioners:
(1)  Serve as an advocate within state government and the community for older Idahoans;
(2)  Serve as an advisory body regarding state legislative issues affecting older Idahoans;
(3)  In accordance with chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, promulgate, adopt, amend and rescind rules related to programs and services administered by the commission;
(4)  Enter into funding agreements as grants and contracts within the limits of appropriated funds to carry out programs and services for older Idahoans;
(5)  Conduct public hearings and evaluations to determine the health and social needs of older Idahoans, and determine the public and private resources to meet those needs;
(6)  Designate "planning and service areas" and area agencies on aging in accordance with the older Americans act and federal regulations promulgated thereunder. The commission shall review the boundaries of the "planning and service areas" periodically and shall change them as necessary;
(7)  On or before the first day of December in 1995 and each year thereafter, submit a report to the governor and the legislature of its accomplishments and recommendations for improvements of programs and services for older Idahoans;
(8)  Administer and perform any other related functions or activities assigned to the commission by the governor.

History:
[67-5003, added 1995, ch. 189, sec. 2, p. 677; am. 2002, ch. 47, sec. 3, p. 108.]


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