Senate Bill No. 64
(By Senators Jackson and Tomblin, Mr. President)
[Passed March 6, 1998; in effect ninety days from passage.]
AN ACT to amend and reenact sections four and fourteen, chapter
two hundred fifty-five, acts of the Legislature, regular
session, one thousand nine hundred ninety-five, all relating
to making the president of southern West Virginia community
college a voting member of the Corridor G regional
development authority board; and requiring notice be
published in lieu of publishing annual report.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That sections four and fourteen, chapter two hundred fifty- five, acts of the Legislature, regular session, one thousand nine
hundred ninety-five, be amended and reenacted, all to read as
CORRIDOR G REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.
§4. Management and control of county authority vested in board;
appointment and terms of members; vacancies; removal of members.
(a) The management and control of the authority, its
property, operations, business and affairs shall be lodged in a
board of seventeen voting members and four nonvoting ex officio
members to be appointed as follows: Each of the county
commissions of the counties of Boone, Lincoln, Logan and Mingo
shall appoint four voting members to the authority, one of whom
shall be a member of the county commission; the member of the
county commission shall serve at the will and pleasure of the
county commission; the initial terms of the other voting members
appointed by a county commission are as follows: One member
shall be appointed for a term of one year; one member shall be
appointed for a term of two years; and one member shall be
appointed for a term of three years; all successive appointments
shall be for a term of three years. A member may be reappointed
for such additional term or terms as the appointing agency may
deem proper. If a member resigns, is removed or for any other
reason his or her membership terminates during his or her term of
office, a successor shall be appointed by the appointing county
to fill out the remainder of the term. Members in office at the
expiration of their respective terms shall continue to serve
until their successors have been appointed and have qualified.
The president of the southern West Virginia community college
shall be an ex officio voting member.
(b) The directors of the county development authorities of
each of the member counties shall be ex officio nonvoting
(c) Should a vacancy occur, the person appointed to fill the
vacancy shall serve only for the unexpired portion thereof.
(d) Any voting member appointed to the authority by a county
commission may be removed by the appointing county commission for
such causes and reasons as a member of such county commission may
be removed from office.
(e) All initial members shall be appointed on or before the
first day of July, one thousand nine hundred ninety-five.
§14. Contributions by members counties, local entity and others;
fund and accounts; reports; audit and examination of books,
records and accounts.
Contributions may be made to the authority from time to time
by the member counties or local entities, and by any persons,
firms or corporations which shall desire to do so. All such
funds and all other funds received by the authority shall be
deposited in such bank or banks as the authority may direct and
shall be withdrawn therefrom in such manner as the authority may
direct. The authority shall keep strict account of all its
receipts and disbursements for the preceding year, and such
annual report shall be delivered to the county commission of each member county and a notice that the annual report is available
from the authority shall be published as a Class I legal
advertisement in compliance with the provisions of section two,
article three, chapter fifty-nine of the code of West Virginia,
and the publication area for such publication shall be the member
counties. The books, records and accounts of the authority shall
be subject to audit and examination by the office of the state
tax commissioner of West Virginia and by any other proper public
official or body in the manner provided by law.