Arkansas Code Title 14. Local Government § 14-172-206. Commission--Membership
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(a)(1) An historic district commission shall consist of no less than five (5) members nor more than nine (9) members.
(A) When the district is located within the boundaries of any city or incorporated town, the commission members shall:
(i) Be appointed by the mayor, subject to confirmation by the governing body of the city;
(ii) Be electors of the municipality; and
(iii) Hold no salaried or elective municipal office.
(B) When a district is located outside the boundaries of any city or incorporated town, the commission members shall:
(i) Be appointed by the county judge subject to confirmation by the quorum court;
(ii) Be electors of the county; and
(iii) Hold no salaried or elective county office.
(2)(A) The appointments to membership on the commission shall be so arranged that the term of at least one (1) member will expire each year, and their successors shall be appointed in a like manner for terms of three (3) years.
(B) Vacancies shall be filled in like manner for the unexpired term.
(b) All members shall serve without compensation.
(c) The commission shall elect a chairman and vice chairman annually from its own number.
(d) The commission may adopt rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions of this subchapter and may, subject to appropriation, employ clerical and technical assistants or consultants and may accept money, gifts, or grants and use them for these purposes.
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